Under U.S. export control regulations, any of these common university research practices could put you at risk of thousands of dollars in civil or criminal fines or debarment from federal contracts:
- Employing foreign students in research
- Conducting research for private industry
- Using controlled equipment in your labs
- Giving foreign faculty access to controlled data
- Collaborations with foreign universities
- Performing defense-related R&D
The “fundamental research” exception may not protect you. Worse yet, federal officials have made a special point of emphasizing the application of “Deemed Export” controls to university research and national laboratories. That’s why Technology Transfer Tactics’ Distance Learning Division has created this highly informative collection containing two critically acclaimed programs:
Best Practices in Export Control Compliance includes these two detailed programs (click on the titles for more details):
Hear Jennifer Saak, PhD, export control expert with over 20 years experience, provide details on the latest updates to EAR, ITAR, definitions of Fundamental Research, and how they will affect your operations. PLUS! Review real-world case studies of noncompliance and their repercussions, as well as best practice compliance efforts.
Sam Gilston, editor and publisher of The Export Practitioner, provides hands-on guidance and best practices for creating a deemed export compliance program and a thorough review of regulations and developments in export controls, including the I-129 visa application revisions and the implications of the Roth verdict.
To make this outstanding collection most useful to you and your organization, with your purchase you receive:
- All programs on DVD
- On-Demand Video access to all programs
- PDF Transcripts to all programs
- Access to all of the original program materials including slideshows and handouts for attendees
About the Best Practices in Sponsored Research Management series
Best Practices in Export Control Compliance is just one of five collections that make up our Best Practices in Sponsored Research Management series. CLICK HERE to learn more about this series or use the links below to learn more about individual titles.
- Best Practices in Export Control Compliance
- Best Practices in Preventing and Managing Research Fraud and Misconduct
- Best Practices in Material Transfer Agreement Management
- Best Practices in Gaining SBIR/STTR Funding for University Technologies
- Best Practices in Forming and Managing Industry-University Partnerships