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- A-Z Index and Glossary
- Export Controls
Export Controls are federal laws that govern how technology, technical data, technical assistance (e.g., training), and funds, items, or materials (from software to satellites and more) are physically or electronically exported, shipped, transmitted, transferred, or shared from the U.S. to foreign countries, persons, or entities (e.g., companies, governments).
- Commerce Control List (CCL) List of items and data subject to EAR, including “low-technology consumer goods” (designated EAR99) that may require a license for export or travel.
- Consolidated Screening List U.S. Government web site providing information about, and links to download, a compilation of the restricted party lists from the U.S. Departments of State, Commerce, and Treasury
- Encrypt Your Data
- Export Controls and Universities: Information and Case Studies Link to download the Council on Government Relations (COGR) publication (PDF) regarding Export Controls
- General Emergency Protocols
- Guidance for the TCP Security Checklist Use this guidance to complete the Technology Control Plan (TCP) Security Checklist
- Markings for EC Information, Materials and Equipment Examples of Markings for Export Controlled Information, Materials and Equipment
- Register Your Travel
- Report an IT Security Incident
- Requirements for Faculty and Staff Travel
- Sanctions Programs and Country Information Details the export controls restrictions to specific individuals, organizations, and countries
- Secure Your Devices
- Specially Designated Nationals (SDN) List Details individuals and companies owned or controlled by, or acting for or on behalf of, sanctioned countries. It also lists individuals, groups, and entities, such as terrorists and narcotics traffickers designated under OFAC sanction programs that are not country-specific.
- TCP Security Checklist Download the Excel TCP Security Checklist.
- Travel Abroad Basics
- Travel Safely With Technology
- U-M Export Controls Guidance Memo Memorandum from the U-M Vice President of Research which states the university's expectations regarding export regulations for research and research activity.
- United States Munitions List (USML) List of items, data, or services subject to ITAR regulations. Spacecraft systems and associated equipment are on the USML even though they might be for civilian use only and are not developed or used for defense applications.