The U.S. government will implement new export control rules in October 2013 and January 2014. UF is evaluating procedures to ensure compliance with the new regulations. For a brief discussion of the new rules, see the July/August 2013 issue of Export Controls @ UF.
This information is important for
faculty and lab staff who have export control projects;
faculty who may be considering research projects with export control requirements;
research administrators who process projects with export control requirements.
Why is export compliance important?
Export control violations can result in penalties and fines which may apply to an individual, the institution, or both.
Please feel free to contact Brandi Boniface (email@example.com or 392-2369) or the Division of Research Compliance at 294-1632 with any questions regarding export controls.
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