The U.S. Government via the Departments of Commerce, State, and Treasury regulates the transfer of information, commodities, technology, encryptions, and software considered to be economic and strategically important. It has established regulations for releasing certain information to foreign nationals abroad and within the United States. Non-compliance with export controls can result in severe civil and criminal penalties for the University and the individuals involved. If you at any point plan to travel abroad and/or disseminate information that is not considered to be publicly available, please contact the Research Compliance Office immediately. In addition, be aware that foreign nationals may require a license prior to working on export controlled research this includes any contractual agreements with publication restrictions.
For more information concerning Export Controls, please refer to the links below and on Blackboard.