UCLA Research Policy & Compliance is currently developing a list of Frequently Asked Questions. You can email your questions to email@example.com and may refer to the University of California’s export control FAQs and Policy on Export Control.
Restricted party screening lists change almost every day. Visual Compliance automatically re-screens your past searches whenever the government updates denied or restricted-party lists. You receive a Dynamic Screening Alert if your original search term ‘matches’ a recently added entity.
Please complete these ACTIONS:
- Review the alert to determine if it is an accurate match. (see below example)
- Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm if there is a match or not, or to ask for assistance.
Below is an example of a Dynamic Screening Alert email. The top of the message shows the original search terms and criteria, and the bottom half of the email shows the potential match. In this example, it is a confirmed positive match that requires escalation to the Export Control team at email@example.com. Depending on the specificity of your original search, you may receive false-positive alerts. If you are unsure if it is a match, please contact the Export Control team so we can assist you.
An export license is a government document that authorizes or grants permission to conduct a specific export transaction. Such transactions can include, but are not limited to, hand-carrying or shipping an item, sending information or data about an item electronically, or sharing information about an item through a phone, virtual, or in-person conversation. You may also need a license to authorize certain travel-related and financial transactions.
The appropriate federal agency issues a license (including for exports) after a careful review of the facts surrounding the given transaction. To determine if you need an export license, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org