All staff who can work at home should continue to do so. Only with an explicit request from a supervisor should a staff member return to campus. For more information, review COVID-19 Workplace Guidance.
|Yale Guidance on U.S. Export Control Regulations||Provides an overview of the University’s compliance with federal laws and regulations on export control as they may pertain to University research activities.|
|Researcher’s Export Control Checklist||A tool to assist researchers in recognizing situations that should be carefully reviewed to determine whether export controls apply.|
|Export Controls and Electronic Devices in International Travel||Guidance for Yale faculty, students and staff on taking laptops, cell phones, global positioning systems (GPS), personal digital assistants (PDAs) and digital storage devices outside the United States.|
|Traveling with Electronic Devices||Precautions need to be taken to ensure your data is secure when traveling with electronic devices such as mobile phones or laptops.|
|Restricted Party Screening||Defines Restricted Party Screening and how Yale conducts a Restricted Party search.|
|Embargoed and Sanctioned Countries||The Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) is responsible for enforcing all U.S. embargoes and sanction programs. Depending on each country’s embargo or sanction program, Yale activities may or may not be prohibited without a specific government authorization or license.|
|Yale Export Control Advisory Board||Members of the Yale Export Control Advisory Board will provide their scientific and technical expertise to the Director of Export Controls to evaluate technologies and areas of research that implicate export control concerns.|