We understand that, in order to be effective, export compliance must be accomplished in a manner that enables researchers and operational staff to perceive export control oversight as beneficial in furthering research objectives and expanding collaborative opportunities.
Identifying and communicating export control requirements in restricted research or service activity. Reconciling Nondisclosure Agreements to export control analysis.
EAR, ITAR, and EU controls.
Shipping, procuring and importing controlled items. Foreign national access to controlled items, outside of the Fundamental Research Exclusion (FRE).
Travel, research participation, and distance learning restrictions; licensing support.
Identifying compliance requirements related to international research activity. Managing compliance at international campuses.
Developing and implementing IT and physical safeguards for controlled items or activities.
Access controls over microprocessors, software, development or use technology.
Cryptography surveys, special publication and foreign national access rules.
Regulatory overviews and scenario-based compliance implementation.
Managing suspected violations.
Developing internal review templates.
Customized policies and procedures aligned to research and operational requirements.