US Government Sites:
Department of State DDTC
Department of Commerce BIS
Office of Foreign Assets Control
Nuclear Regulatory Commission
Convention on International Trade of Endangered Species (US F&W)
US Department of Agriculture – APHIS
DARPA Fundamental Research Search
Schedule B Search
Export Control pages on specific manufacturer’s websites:
Additional Academic Export Control Resources
(This is not an endorsement of any particular organization or any specific view or position that an organization takes)
University Export Control Listserv (hosted and managed by the Ohio State University):
Founded in 2008, the University Export Control Listserv is a service hosted and managed by The Ohio State University. The listserv was created to provide a platform for administrators dealing with export control issues to post questions and receive feedback from other export control administrators. Over the last few years the listserv has grown to include over 250 members representing over 100 academic organizations, colleges, and universities.
To subscribe to the listserv please contact Jennifer Yucel at firstname.lastname@example.org and provide your contact information. At this time, the listserv is limited to only academic organizations, colleges, and universities.
Council on Governmental Relations
The Council on Governmental Relations (COGR) is an association of over 185 research universities and their affiliated academic medical centers and research institutes. COGR concerns itself with the influence of federal regulations, policies, and practices on the performance of research conducted at its member institutions. COGR includes materials on export controls on its website (www.cogr.edu) and quarterly COGR membership meetings often include sessions focused on developments in export control regulations and compliance issues.
For more information on COGR’s history of addressing export control issues please contact:
Director, Contracts and Intellectual Property Management
1200 New York Avenue NW Suite 750
Washington, D.C. 20005