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Export Control Compliance for University of Michigan Researchers

The Office of Research and Sponsored Projects Export Controls Officer supports University investigators and research administrators with questions about compliance with exported items and technology.

What are Export Controls?

Export Controls is the body of federal law intended to prevent the transfer of sensitive items and technology to foreign nations, organizations and individuals, in the interest of safeguarding national security. As the penalties for violating these laws can be severe, for both the offending party and the university, it is imperative that U-M be in full compliance.


Traveling internationally for research?

If you are planning to travel internationally you should be mindful that export control regulations do apply to technology, equipment, software, and technical data (in physical, digital or voice-transmitted form) being taken out of the country. Following are several university resources on international travel. Read more on traveling -->


Additional Guidance on Export Controls

Further Readings on Export Control Regulations and Restrictions on Access by Foreign Nationals


Export Compliance Information

Questions?
Krista Campeau
Export Controls Officer
kcampeau@umich.edu
(734) 615-0672



Last updated: July 10, 2014