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Export Control

Texas A&M University is committed to the principle of freedom of access by all interested persons to the underlying data, processes and final results of research. Texas A&M also has a commitment to comply with all applicable export controls, as established by federal regulations, in its policy on export controls.

Exports are both the shipment of materials to another country and/or the disclosure of controlled information to foreign persons and entities (deemed exports) located in the United States.

Exports are regulated by several federal agencies. While the conduct, products and results of fundamental research are generally excluded from federal export or deemed export controls, there may be some activities that would not be excluded and would require an export license.

For more information regarding Export Control at Texas A&M University, visit the Export Controls webpage.

Last edited by: schnettler 08/21/2017