At Georgia Tech we have one Export Control program for all activities at or by the Institute but as you can imagine, there are different systems, procedures and portfolios for Resident Instruction (RI) and Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI). Over the next few months you may notice changes in the export program, separating RI & GTRI training, to better facilitate an increase compliance while reducing administrative burden for our faculty, staff and students! GTRI faculty, staff and students should consult the Export Control for GTRI page for GTRI specific training details.
Georgia Tech offers a monthly export control education course. The course curriculum includes information about:
- Federal laws governing export control as they relate to Georgia Tech and our research program
- How to contain an uncontrolled research program within the fundamental research exemption
- How to protect research programs that fall outside the fundamental research exemption with a Technology Control Plan (TCP)
This course satisfies the annual training that is required for any researcher working on a project that contains a TCP. All courses take place in the Research Administration Building training room.