- Assure that all technical data about export-controlled
commodities qualify as "publicly available" (e.g., publish early
- Do not accept publication controls or access/dissemination
restrictions (such as approval requirements for use of foreign
- Do not enter into 'secrecy agreements' or otherwise agree to
withhold results in research projects conducted at the University
or that involve University facilities, students, or staff.
- Do not accept proprietary information from another that is
marked "Export Controlled." Return to the manufacturer any
materials they provide to you about export-controlled equipment
that is marked "Confidential." Review any
Confidentiality/Non-Disclosure Agreements to insure that UC and you
are not assuming the burden of restricting dissemination based on
citizenship status or securing licenses.
- Do not provide citizenship, nationality, or visa status
information for project staff to others or include such information
in proposals. It is a violation of the Department of Homeland
Security Citizenship and Immigration Services regulations, of the
federal Privacy Act, and the California Information Practices Act
to do so. It is also contrary to University policy to discriminate
on this basis or to select research project staff on any basis
other than merit. (See http://www.ucop.edu/raohome/cgmemos/04-02.html)
- Do not agree to background checks or other arrangements where
the external sponsor screens, clears, or otherwise approves project
staff. University policy allows for background screening conducted
by the University when appropriate to the position.
- Do not attend meetings where foreign nationals are prohibited
from attending. Do not sign the DD2345, Militarily Critical
Technical Data Agreement, as a condition of attending a conference
or receiving materials from the government.