The resources provided below can be used to introduce the unfamiliar with the basics of U.S. export control and sanctions programs, or it can be used as a reference point from which to move beyond the fundamentals.
If you would like to view a presentation on export controls on your own schedule, visit our Introduction page.
Is there a difference between a “foreign person” and a “foreign national?” What about “technology” and “technical data?” Visit our Definitions page to access definitions and discussion of terms frequently used when addressing export control issues.
A number of different Federal agencies have been authorized to act individually, or in cooperation with other agencies, to restrict certain activities, information, and transactions that may intersect with our research and other professional work. Such restrictions are authorized in the name of national security, both physical and economic. Visit our Agencies page to find an introduction to some of the most noteworthy agencies and regulations that can restrict the way that we pursue our work at JHU.
Visit our page dedicated to the penalties arising due to non-compliance.
Johns Hopkins University
1101 E. 33rd Street, B001
Baltimore, MD 21218
Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgSend an email to email@example.com