Export Control Regulations
The federal definition of export controls is U.S. federal government laws and regulations that require federal agency approval before the export of controlled items, commodities, technology, software or information to restricted foreign countries, persons and entities (including universities).
- Export Control Regulation (ECR) Standard Operating Procedures
- Export Administration Regulation (EAR) Commerce Control List (CCL)
- International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) United States Munitions List (USML)
- Fundimental Research Exlusion - ECR Decision Tree - University of Maine
- Export Law Blog
- Export Control Best Practices for Academics Traveling Overseas
US Export Control Regulations training is available online through CITI,
and can be found by clicking on this link:
- Please select the University of Maine System as the Participating Institution
- When asked to select curriculum, please answer "CITI Export Controls" to Question 8.
- Please use the visual guides provided below for reference: