Research Security Coordination Committee

Princeton’s Research Security Coordination Committee (RSCC) is responsible for coordinating the University’s Research Security policies and procedures across research, academic, and business operations using a risk management approach. Facilitated by the Office of Research and comprised of key institutional stakeholders, the RSSC meets throughout the academic year and remains responsive to particular concerns should they arise.  


The RSCC is comprised of key institutional stakeholders from a wide variety of University functions, and members are tasked with not only developing University policy/procedures to address foreign influence, but also ensuring that recommendations are implemented accordingly. 

Tracking and interpreting evolving Federal and State requirements is an important component of the RSCC’s work; hence the Committee is also actively engaged in informing the Princeton community about foreign influence developments.    

RSSC Members:

Audit & ComplianceInformation Technology
Davis International CenterInternational Programs
Dean of FacultyPrinceton Plasma Physics Laboratory
Diversity & InclusionProcurement Services
Export ControlsResearch Data Security
Financial AidResearch Development
General CounselResearch Integrity & Assurance
Global Financial ServicesResearch and Project Administration
Global Safety & SecuritySponsored Research Accounting
Government AffairsTechnology Licensing
Graduate SchoolUniversity Library
Human Resources