There are a great number of resources available to you as you learn more about export controls. In addition to the materials customized for UAB to the left, you may visit these websites for more information:
Export Control Reforms:
- President's Export Control Reform Initiative
- Hansson, LT, Lowell, MJ. Top Ten Things to Know about Export Control Reform. Association of Corporate Counsel. June 1, 2011.
- Arms Export Control Act, (22 U.S.C. 2778)
- Trading With the Enemy Act, (50 U.S.C. App. 5(b))
- Foreign Assistance Act of 1961, (22 U.S.C.2370)
- Export Administration Act of 1979, as amended, (50 U.S.C. app. 2401-2420)
IT Hardware and Software:
- Checklist for License Exception-Baggage (Emory University)
- Addendum Checklist for Export Control Issues Related to Laptops or GPS Equipment (University of Chicago)
- What Researchers Need to Know about Laptops and GPS Equipment (University of Alabama at Huntsville)
- Travel with Electronics (University of Colorado at Boulder)
- International Travel Checklist (University of Arizona)
- Counterintelligence Threat to Academic and Scientific Travelers (San Diego Industrial Security Awareness Council)
- Safety and Security for U.S. Students Traveling Abroad (Department of Justice, Federal Bureau of Investigation)
- Safety and Security for the Business Professional Traveling Abroad (Department of Justice, Federal Bureau of Investigation)
Hosting Foreign Visitors:
- Counterintelligence Awareness: Foreign Delegations/Visitor Security (San Diego Industrial Security Awareness Council)
Export Control Training Institute (ECTI)
- ECTI holds seminars around the world designed to impart a practical approach to understanding and complying with United States government regulations in export and trade. ECTI also has many online resources for export control education, including webinars, e-seminars, and e-manuals.
- ECTI's Export Compliance Dashboard is a free toolbar you can download to your computer.
- Red Flag Indicators: Some indicators that a buyer if your products may not be authorized to receive them due to Export Administration Regulations (EAR) or International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR).