Export Control Regulations (ECR)

New U.S. Export Controls and Sanctions against Russia: The U.S. government has recently implemented a “sweeping series of stringent export controls” and expansive sanctions against Russia in response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. More details can be found at: U.S. Sanctions and Export Controls on Russia. (Updated 4/18/22)

Export controls can impact University activities on-campus as well as abroad, including, but not limited to:

  • International travel, fieldwork & conferences
  • International shipping
  • International financial transactions
  • Hosting a foreign visitor/scholar
  • Foreign national participation in research activities
  • International collaboration
  • Using 3rd party proprietary information/restricted materials
  • Teaching courses abroad or online

If any of the above apply to you, please use the resources on this site to learn more about export control regulations and contact the Export Compliance Officer for assistance.


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Contact for Questions


Portrait of Amanda AsheAmanda Ashe, CRA, ECoP®– EAR/ITAR
Director of Research Compliance
Export Control Officer
207.581.1480, 310 Alumni Hall