Last Updated: August 1, 2020
The University continues to monitor the situation related to COVID-19 and its impacts on students, faculty, staff, and researchers that are working remotely during this time. The following information is intended to provide general guidance on export control-related issues which may affect the University community.
Providing persons with export controlled materials or data may require an export license under the laws and regulations that govern the export of any item or technology from the United States to a foreign country or to non-U.S. persons. United States government export controls apply to the following:
- Shipments of items or articles to overseas destinations
- Transfer of controlled technical data to non-US persons both within the United States and overseas
- Interactions with persons for whom restrictions have been put in place by the United States government (debarred parties)
- Transactions with countries subject to United States government sanctions and embargoes
The University has an established export controls process to review items, articles, materials, supplies and equipment shipped to individuals working in remote locations.