Export Controls are federal laws that govern how items and information are physically or electronically exported, transferred, or otherwise shared with foreign persons, entities, and countries. These laws promote U.S. foreign policy objectives and national security interests, as well as U.S. economic competitiveness. Violations of export control regulations can expose UCLA faculty, staff, and students, and the University to civil and criminal penalties. This website provides a summary of export control regulations as they apply to the UCLA community. Please contact our office at email@example.com to determine how regulations may apply to you.
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