Export Control

Restricted Party Screening Due Diligence

Prior to accepting external customers, it is important to verify that we are not engaged in doing business with restricted entities defined by U.S. Federal regulations. Failure to comply with U.S. export control rules can result in severe penalties, criminal and civil as well as institutional and individual.

Visual Compliance is a tool utilized by University of California Office of the President for the purpose of screening restricted party. 

Materials and/or Information provided by External Customers

If any of the materials and/or information provided to University by external customers are export-controlled under the following regulations:

  1. International Traffic in Arms Regulations (22 CFR 120-130), including the United States Munitions List (22 CFR 121.1);
  2. The Export Administration Regulations (15 CFR 730-774) including, but not limited to the 500 or 600 series Export Control Classification Numbers of the Commerce Control List (15 CFR 774);
  3. Controlled on a military strategic goods list; Select Agent(s) under 42 CFR Part 73, et seq.; or
  4. Subject to regulations governing access to such Client Materials

External customers shall provide the University Contact (listed on the UCLA Terms and Conditions for Sales and Service Agreement) with written notification that identifies such materials, including their export classification, prior to entering the agreement. Proposed disclosures that include technology or technical data other than that classified as EAR99 must be approved by the University Export Control Officer.

Please visit the Research Policy & Compliance website or contact UCLA Export Control for inquires related to Visual Compliance process, Materials and/or Information provided by External Customers.