Jun 19, 2015
From the Government Institute
Given the unique complexities of university's academic and research programs, export controls require an increased focus. University leaders, including business officers, are often challenged with developing a customized export compliance program that supports the intellectual pursuits of the university's faculty and students, but also complies with the U.S. export laws and regulations.
Originally appearing in the June 2015 issue of Business Officer which is the monthly flagship magazine published by the National Association of College and University Business Officers (NACUBO) in Washington, D.C, this article describes the importance of implementing export compliance protocols in higher education and the penalties that may arise when processes are not followed or enforced.
Managing Director, Trade & Customs Practice
Managing Director, Trade & Customs
Associate, Trade & Customs