This course explores in detail the USG regulatory environment impacting U.S. postsecondary institutions and other research organizations involved in the creation and application of knowledge and the legal responsibilities of compliance when exporting (disclosure of) technically sensitive data domestically, internationally or electronically. Throughout the course the exemption status of fundamental research serves as a foundation element. This practical course is intended for those responsible for university/ institutional compliance management. Specifically, it examines the USG’s statutory requirements impacting data, information and other materials controlled under the EAR, ITAR and other USG regulations. Students develop elements of an institution’s Export Compliance Management Plan.
3 Credit Hours