US Export Controls Compliance Practices Benchmarks for Higher Education
21 colleges participated in this study which looks closely at how colleges and universities are complying with U.S. export control regulations and related strictures. The study presents detailed data on staffing, budgets, spending on information and conferences, use of government and private sector resources and consultants, legal spending and other facets of the efforts by colleges in the United States to comply with U.S, export control regulations that seek to control the outflow of critical technologies, particularly those with a military or dual use application. Among other issues covered: experience of hacking attacks on data subject to export controls, controls on foreign students and scholars, restrictions on information dissemination, interface with the US government export control bureaucracy, development of risk assessment reports and much more.
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