Live Webinar: Export Controls in Academia: An Overview for Those Working in or with Universities
Instructor: Sarah Schlagter
March 24, 2022 | 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm (EDT)
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This presentation will review export control considerations for those working in or with universities. We will review the eight elements of an effective compliance program (as put forth by the Bureau of Industry and Security) and their application in a university setting. We will review issues related to policy-making, program manuals, restricted party screenings, and information dissemination. Attention will also be paid to shipping and travel policies, in both centralized and de-centralized environments.
This webinar will touch on deemed exports and the unique risks that universities face when dealing with controlled technology on campus. In addition, we will discuss common contracting issues that arise at universities, including the fundamental research exclusion, considerations when accepting controlled items or technology, citizenship restrictions, and the risks of accepting controlled work. Participants will review standard and non-standard contractual language and learn about the risks that accompany it.
- How to develop an export compliance program at a university
- Export compliance risks in a university setting
- Effective tools to mitigate those risks
- Develop a better understanding of contract clauses necessary to mitigate export control risks in academia
This webinar will include PowerPoint slides and live video and commentary from . Each registrant, even if unable to attend live, will have access to the presentation, certificate of completion, speaker contact information for follow-up questions, and access to the webinar recording within 24 hours after the webinar airs. Webinar participants are invited to submit questions during the webinar and the final 30 minutes will be allotted to answering attendee questions.