On 13 May, Inside Higher Education reported that a new report from the Government Accountability Office recommends that the US Departments of Commerce and State improve their guidance and outreach to universities in relation to export control regulations. The rules restrict the export of certain technologies and the sharing of those technologies with foreign nationals in the US, including international students and scholars. The GAO found shortcomings relating to risk assessment, training, internal audits and export compliance manuals.
The GAO report is at –
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