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International Trade and Export Control


Export Control Laws are federal regulations that restrict the transfer of certain materials, technology, related technical data, and certain services outside the United States in the interest of protecting the national security and domestic economy.  A committee of grant directors is currently developing procedures for compliance with 1) Export Administration Regulations implemented by the Department of Commerce, 2) International Traffic in Arms Regulations implemented by the Department of State  and 3) Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control economic and trade sanctions which protect foreign policy and national security goals. The Office of the Chancellor has provided Guidelines and information to the universities to assist in compliance with these laws.
A detailed overview presentation is available. A shortened presentation is available as well.  Resource material is also available.


Created at 12/22/2010 5:09 PM by Haas, Diane
Last modified at 11/29/2012 2:28 PM by Smith-Aumen, Angela