Export Controls: When are Educational Institutions Subject to Export Controls? Detailed Event Information For Export Controls: When are Educational Institutions Subject to Export Controls?
Export Controls: When are Educational Institutions Subject to Export Controls? -- Education/Training Services
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Location/Date: San Jose, CA, United States 08/28/2018 - 08/28/2018
Event Summary:
When developing international partnerships or exchanges, or recruiting students and researchers, universities and research institutions should be aware of the Export Administration Regulations (EAR). Although information and software that are published, or that are released by instruction in a catalog course or associated teaching laboratory of an academic institution, are not subject to the EAR, other technology may require a license for release. Exactly how might these regulations impact your educational institution's activities? How do you create a plan in order to become compliant with these regulations? A representative from the Bureau of Industry and Security, U.S. Department of Commerce will explain concepts such as deemed export licenses and technology licenses, and will identify areas where an export license may not be required. Please share this webinar information with your research divisions.

Contacts:
Joan Kanlian, Westchester
USEAC Director
Phone: 914-682-6712
Joan.Kanlian@trade.gov
Gabriela Zelaya, San Jose CA
International Trade Specialist
Phone: 408-535-2758; Work Cell: 408-335-9202
Gabriela.Zelaya@trade.gov

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