Export Control is the set of laws, policies, and regulations that govern the export of sensitive items for a country or company.
Federal laws prohibit the unlicensed export of certain items when:
An export is any oral, written, electronic or visual disclosure, shipment, transfer or transmission of commodities, technology, information, technical data, assistance or software codes to:
Some exports may not require government licenses. However, licenses are required for exports that the U.S. government considers "license controlled" under:
Please contact your campus
Office of Research, a Technology Transfer Office, library or University Counsel for additional guidance.