This webinar covers Export and ITAR requirements in research settings. We discuss what sort of issues researchers may face when dealing with export controlled bids, proposals, and programs, as well as the impact to their researchers, professors, and university compliance requirements. Areas of discussion will include: disclosure of technical data to non-U.S. persons; technical data generated from research and what is considered “public domain”; U.S. government bid requirements; what is technical data; who is a non-U.S. person; what is an export and when is research considered controlled under the EAR or under the ITAR. In addition, a DARPA university case study will be presented, to show the risks both commercial and universities may face when violations occur. Lastly, practical tips for universities will be provided.
Identifying government program requirements when it comes to export controls
Gain an understanding of when a non-U.S. person may require US government approval to work on a program
Understanding when research is controlled under the EAR or the ITAR
Identifying when a possible export licensing exemption exists under the regulations
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