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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 to determine how regulations may apply to you.

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Export Control Compliance Announcements

Posted On December 8, 2022
UCOP Compliance Alert (December 2022): New Advanced Computing, Semiconductor and Supercomputer Controls
Ethics, Compliance and Audit Services KEY TAKE AWAY Under revisions to federal export control laws a license may be required for activities involving advanced computing chips, semiconductors, integrated circuits or supercomputers. Contact ...
Posted On July 13, 2022
Summary of Regulatory Updates, April – June 2022
Agency: Date: Link to Notice: Treasury 04/01/2022 Specially Designated Nationals List Update Summary of Change: OFAC sanctioned five entities for providing support for weapons of mass destruction (WMD) and ballistic missile programs development to the Democratic People’s ...
Posted On May 23, 2022
UCOP Compliance Alert (March 2022): Russia, Belarus and Specific Regions of Ukraine
Ethics, Compliance and Audit Services SUMMARY As of February 21, 2022, the United States and its allies released sanctions and export controls in response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. These sanctions are ...

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