EXPORT CONTROL GUIDELINES
January 29, 2015 update
- Rutgers Export Control Policies and Procedures
- Rutgers Export Compliance Policy Statement
- Introduction to Export Control Regulations
- Definition of an "Export"
- University Exemptions to the EAR and ITAR Regulations
- Indications of Possible Export Impact
- Export Control Guide
- FBI White Paper: Higher Education and National Security
Upcoming Training Dates
Compliance Workshop to be held on Wednesday, February 18, 2015 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Fiber Optics Auditorium on the Busch Campus. A continental breakfast will be provided.
8:30 AM Registration Check-In 9:00 AM Export Compliance at Rutgers Robert Phillips, Rutgers Export Compliance Officer 10:30 AM FBI Strategic Partnership Program and Presentation of Game of Pawns: The Glenn Duffie Shriver Story Special Agent Tammy McHugh, Strategic Partnership Coordinator, FBI Newark Division 11:45 AM Federal Export Enforcement Sid Simon, Special Agent in Charge, New York Office of Export Enforcement, U.S. Department of Commerce
Please register for the event by sending an email to email@example.com no later than Wednesday, February 11.
Export Controls at Academic Medical Centers
- Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center and Traliance will be hosting an Export Controls workshop to bring together the academic medical community in the Mid-Atlantic region on Friday, March 27, 2015. The workshop will be held in Manhattan at the Zuckerman Research Center, 417 East 68 Street, Room ZRC-136, NY, NY 10065 from 9 AM – 4 PM (breakfast and lunch will be provided).
- The objective of this workshop is to foster knowledge sharing about the effective implementation of export controls compliance practices in academic medical research. The workshop will be interactive and discussion-driven.
- Examples of potential topics include best practices, specific compliance processes around sponsored research, personnel and visitor issues, travel, training, tools & software, and relevant government regulations. A complete agenda will be available in February.
- The workshop is open to anyone who is interested in participating from either a hospital, academic medical center, or biomedical research institution. If you or someone in your organization is responsible for Export Controls and might like to participate, please send the names and contact information to firstname.lastname@example.org by Feb. 4, 2015.
- There is no registration fee and each participant (Institution) would cover his/her own travel costs. A suggested hotel list for out-of-town participants will be circulated with the agenda next month.
Past Training Dates
- New Brunswick RAIN/Export Control in a University Setting - Friday, April 19th, 2013 from 1:30 - 3:30 in the Fiber Optics Auditorium on the Busch Campus.
- Newark RAIN/ Export Control in a University Setting - Wed, April 24, 2013 at 10:00-Noon in Robeson Ctr - Monmouth Rm 237.
- Export Controls Workshop Date: Monday, June 17 2013 (Time: 10:00 to 1pm Location: 65 Bergen Street RM 1142). Rutgers Newark Campus
- Mid-Atlantic Biological Safety Association's 26th Annual Biological Safety Symposium/Implementation of a Deemed Export Program - Thursday, June 20, 2013 from 2:45 - 3:30 p.m. in the Life Sciences Building Seminar Room on the Busch Campus.
- Export Controls Workshop Date: March 26 2014 meeting (2:00 p.m., Room 411 College Avenue Student Center). Graduate Program Directors Rutgers New Brunswick Campus
- Export Controls Workshop Date: May 13 2014 meeting (10:00 ASB III 3rd flr internal Audit). Internal Audit- Rutgers New Brunswick Campus
- Export Controls Workshop Date: Wednesday June 04 2014 (Time: 10:00 to 1pm Location: Armitage Hall, Faculty Lounge, 3rd Floor). Rutgers Camden Campus
- RAIN/Export Control in a University Setting
- Fundamental Research
- Visitor Decision Tree Presentation
- RU Export Controls 101 - Presentation
- RU Export Compliance -Presentation
- RU International Travel -Presentation
- Cloud Computing and Export Control-Presentation
- Biological Materials that REQUIRE an Export License
- NASA funding restrictions with China
- Rutgers Energy Institute (REI) Presentation 11/19/12 -
- Rutgers SEBS Presentation 3/19/13
- Graduate Program Directors Meeting Wednesday, March 26, 2014
- Visitor Agreements
- In The News
- Don't let this happen to you!
- Helpful websites
- Rutgers Export Control Newsletter
Rutgers University is committed to maintaining an open teaching and research environment for the free exchange of information within the University among its faculty and students; externally at seminars and meetings; and through the publishing of scientific papers. Academic freedom contributes to the progress of research. Rutgers' policy prohibits any limitation on the freedom to publish as a result of accepting any externally funded/non-funded research support from its various sponsors (government, non-profit and for-profit).
However, Rutgers also recognizes that certain situations may arise where Rutgers' research may involve the dissemination of certain technology, information, materials or equipment that are subject to export control regulations. In those situations, of course Rutgers must fully comply with any applicable regulations and laws.
These Guidelines are intended to introduce export control to researchers, staff and administrators and to assist in determining when they should contact the appropriate Rutgers representatives or review the actual regulations.
Rutgers Export Compliance Officer (RECO), Robert Phillips, is available to meet with individuals or groups to provide assistance, training or explain the regulations as they may be applicable to the work being done.
He can be reached at 848-932-4522, or via email at email@example.com
For additional questions or concerns, please contact Karen Gilbert as 848-932-4528 or firstname.lastname@example.org.