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Exporting Research Materials Virtual Course

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This course targets individuals with exporting responsibilities, including deemed exports, at universities and biotech companies. Participants will learn about the fundamental research exclusion and the impact deemed exports have on your organization.

Do you have foreign nationals in the workplace? Ship biological materials (or genetic elements) out of the U.S.? Export Select Agents? Ship items that cost more than $2,500 out of the U.S.? Is your software controlled? Do you have controlled “development” technical research?

Participants will learn to understand the six terms of use as they relate to exports of intangible “technology.” There is more to shipping than classification, labeling and marking. When shipping anywhere outside the U.S., including Puerto Rico, there also are licensing, under-invoicing, and ITN numbers from the U.S. Census Bureau to consider. During this workshop, participants will learn about the SNAP-R Program and how the International Traffic and Arms (ITAR) Regulations fit into exporting. Troublesome clauses in contracts will be covered. This course will discuss which pathogens and lab equipment require a license when exporting, how to obtain a license, Census Bureau requirements, record keeping, and much more.

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Deborah Howard, MPH, CBSP

Global EHS Biological Materials Manager

BASF

Daniel Vick, MBA

Director, Office of Export Controls

Duke University

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