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Export Control Regulations: Best Practices for Navigating the Fundamental Research Exemption in Sponsored Research Projects


By Jesse Schwartz
Published: April 24th, 2019

The often-misunderstood Fundamental Research Exemption (FRE) has a significant impact on university-based research and can result in inadvertent compliance gaps — especially when that research stems from an industry-sponsored program. And in today’s political climate, as trade disputes and charges of IP misappropriation bring daily headlines and intense scrutiny, having your compliance efforts nailed down is more critical than ever before.

To guide you in effectively addressing high-stakes export control compliance challenges, our Distance Learning Division and Kay Ellis, MHR, Director of the Export Control Program at the University of Arizona, have teamed up to bring you this critical webinar: Export Control Regulations: Best Practices for Navigating the Fundamental Research Exemption in Sponsored Research Projects. This detailed program will define the fundamental research exemption and explain the regulatory framework around it, while providing tips for educating faculty and handling contract clauses to ensure that the fundamental research exemption is preserved.

For complete details and to register, CLICK HERE.

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