When might your university activities be subject to export and sanction regulations?
- If you intend to accept restrictions on publication, foreign national participation, or involve proprietary information in your activity
- If you intend to purchase or use 3rd party export controlled technology or information
- If your activity will involve military, intelligence, space, encryption software, or nuclear related information, technical data, equipment, or software
- If you intend to travel outside of the United States
- If you intend to ship or carry items outside of the United States
- If you intend to have foreign nationals participate in research activities
- If you want to participate in an international collaboration
- If you intend to host a foreign visitor at UofL
- If your activity will involve international payment of funds to non-U.S. persons
- If your activity will involve providing professional consulting services overseas
If your activity involves any of the above, you should contact OESRC for an export and sanction regulation assessment.
It is important that faculty and other researchers understand their obligations under the regulations and follow them. The consequences of violating the regulations can be severe, and include loss of research funding, fines, and/or prison time. UofL will assist investigators in complying with export control laws, but the primary responsibility rests with the researcher.