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Export Control

Texas A&M University-Commerce is committed to ensuring integrity and compliance with export control regulations. The export of certain items, technologies software, and services is regulated for reasons of national security, foreign policy, prevention of the spread of weapons of mass destruction, and for competitive trade reasons. Export control laws restrict the shipment, transmission or transfer of certain items, software, technology and services from the United States to foreign countries, as well as "deemed exports" which are releases of controlled physical items or controlled information to foreign nationals located in the United States. Employees and students traveling on A&M-Commerce business or traveling with A&M-Commerce property are responsible for complying with export control laws and regulations when traveling outside the U.S.

Export Control Training

Export Control training is available through the Collaborative Institutional Training Institute (CITI).  Please follow the steps below and begin your training.

CITI Website Link: www.citiprogram.org
Click "New Users Register Here"
Select Texas A&M University-Commerce as your participating institution
Complete the remaining registration form choosing 'CITI Export Control' at question #6.

Faculty will have the training on their Training Transcript if taken at SSO

Export Control Training is also available through the TAMUS Single Sign On in Train Traq.  The course description is 2111212 : Export Controls & Embargo Training - Basic Course

For Deemed Export Control Research (employee Visa H-1B1 and O-1A)

Deemed Export Control Attestation Form

'Need to Know' for Foreign Travel

Foreign Travel Tips for Compliance


Texas A&M University Export Control Information

The Texas A&M University System Regulation 15.02, Export Control

International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) 22 CFR 120-130

Export Administration Regulations (EAR) 15 CFR 700-799

Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) 31 CFR 500-599

National Security Decision Directive 189

Atomic Energy Act 1954 and Nuclear Regulatory Commission Regulations to 10 CFR Part 110

For more information or questions, please contact Mona Gilley at 903-886-5143 or mona.gilley@tamuc.edu.

A&M-Commerce's Export Control website is under construction at this time.


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