of Research and Project Administration
GENERAL INFORMATION ON
provides guidance to University faculty, students, and staff so that they
may recognize when export regulations may apply and when an export or
OFAC license may be required in connection with research.
Reference for Determining Potential Application of Export Control Laws
for Research Projects pdf
For the EAR (Export
contains the regulations regarding commercial applications that
may also have value in a military context overseas and to foreign nationals
working in or visiting the US;
www.bxa.doc.gov/ is the home
page of the BIS (formerly the BXA).
ITAR (International Traffic in Arms Regulations),
of Policy Defense Controls Web site,
contains the regulations and other useful information regarding
the restrictions on the export of certain technology or technical data,
such as military applications.
of Federal Regulations (CFR) citations to the regulations are
The ITAR are published
in the 22 CFR §§ 120-130
The EAR are published
in 15 CFR §§ 730-774.
The CFR Web address
In addition, faculty doing
work with an embargoed country may be subject to Office of Foreign Assets
Control (OFAC) regulations. These regulations affect nearly all transactions
with those countries without regard to content or purpose. For a complete
list of embargoed countries and prohibited transaction see: http://www.ustreas.gov/offices/eotffc/ofac/
POTENTIAL ISSUES WITH RESEARCH PROJECTS:
As ORPA reviews every research project, it examines the proposal and the accompanying documents for any potential issues within it that may present an export control issue that must be resolved before the researcher can proceed with the research project.
OF ROCHESTER-RELATED MATERIALS:
Control of Exported Technology or Items ppt
control laws and regulations document pdf
control laws and regulations document follow up pdf
Export Control Checklist pdf
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Controls - overall guidance