The Office of Export Controls (OEC) is a resource provided to help Duke University researchers and staff remain compliant with U.S. laws controlling the export (or disclosure) of both goods and technology and with sanctions upon certain foreign countries.
Whether you are shipping research materials to another country, have questions about foreign visitors and sensitive information, or need help navigating prohibited activities for international projects, our office is here to guide and assist. OEC also provides help with the following:
- Applications for export licenses and import permits
- Travel to sanctioned countries
- Anti-bribery compliance
- Customs clearance formalities
- Screening for debarred parties
Note: It is the policy of Duke University to fully abide by all federal and state laws and regulations that pertain to export controls, including but not limited to the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR), Export Administration Regulations (EAR), and the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) sanctions and embargoes regulations.
Export Controls Guidance
All guidance, information, and training on exporting goods & technical data, working with foreign nationals, international travel, importing, and other export controlled activities is available on myRESEARCHpath.
Export Classification Request Form
OEC will contact you in a timely manner to advise the outcome of your classification request. In certain cases OEC may need additional information from you depending on the item(s) or end-use(s).