Export Controls

Export Control Basics

The U.S. export control regulations are intended to enhance U.S. security—including cyber and homeland security, foreign policy and economic objectives—and to strengthen the United States’ ability to counter threats. Importantly, failure to comply with these regulations can result in personal fines and jail time.

U.S. Export Control System consists of federal laws and regulations that are set forth in the Arms Export Control Act, that regulate the transfer of commodities, technology, software, source code, information, and services out of the U.S. (Export) or to a foreign person within the U.S. (Deemed Export).

The regulations are administered by:

Export Control Information

Classification

Definitions

Examples of an export

Exclusions

FAQs

Contact Us

Mailing Address:
Export Controls
University Hall, Suite 560D
51 Goodman Drive
PO Box 210567
Cincinnati, OH 45221-0567


Tara Wood
Director, Export Controls
Exportco@uc.edu
513-556-1426

Tina Bosworth
Sr. Export Control Specialist
Tina.Bosworth@uc.edu
513-558-1128


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