Export Control laws broadly apply whenever items, services, technology, funds, or data are being sent (exported) outside of the United States, including when information and know-how is transferred to a foreign national located within the United States (a “deemed export”), regardless of the source of funding. Harvard Medical School is committed to complying with applicable U.S. laws and regulations pertaining to exports of items, services, technology, funds, or data by or on behalf of HMS. All members of the Harvard Medical School community are required to comply with Export Control and Specially Designated Nationals regulations and should seek guidance if sending (or carrying) Harvard materials, services, technology or data owned outside the United States.

The following pages provide resources for the HMS Research Community to help with complying with Export Control and Restricted Party Screening requirements: