Export control laws are federal regulations that govern how certain information, technologies, and commodities can be transmitted overseas or to a foreign national on U.S. soil. The scope of the regulations is broad: they cover exports in virtually all fields of science, engineering, and technology and apply to research activities regardless of the source of funding. Failure to comply with these laws can have serious consequences, both for the institution and for the individual researcher. Potential penalties include fines and possibly imprisonment. It is thus critical for UConn researchers to understand their obligations under these regulations and to work with Research Compliance Services to ensure that the University is in compliance.
Export Control is a shared function across the University of Connecticut. We are here to help! For more information on Export Control, visit our primary website at UConn-Storrs. If you have any questions about Export Control, please contact Julie Padula at 860-486-8704, or email email@example.com.