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  • Embryonic Stem Cell Research Oversight - Announcements
    Handbook Grants gov Submission Guide Researcher s Guide You are here ESCRO Home Announcements ESCRO Home Purpose Policy Guidance Prohibited Research Does my research require review Submission Review Process Submission Review Process New Applications Amendments Renewals Annual Surveys How to Submit ESCRO Forms Committee Committee Committee Responsibilities ESCRO FAQ Announcements Optional Stem Cell Research Oversight Training Announcements Search General Inquiries UW Embryonic Stem Cell Research Oversight Box 351202 Seattle WA

    Original URL path: http://www.washington.edu/research/index.php?page=escroAnnouncements (2014-06-24)
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  • Embryonic Stem Cell Research Oversight - Optional Stem Cell Research Oversight Training
    Stem Cell Research Oversight Training not required If you are a biomedical or basic sciences researcher staff or student who is involved in stem cell research and you d like to take a basic course in stem cell research oversight CITI offers stem cell research oversight training Register Complete Self register for the course on the CITI program web site Registration Instructions Click on the link for New Users Register Here Select an institution in most cases it should be the University of Washington Note Indicate if you have affiliations with the VA Dept of Energy or HIV AIDS Network Coordination You will be able to provide information about multiple affiliations later Select a username and password These will be used to re enter the course or to obtain completion information so be sure to remember and retain these for later use Enter your name Please enter a complete first and last name using upper and lower case letters Enter your email address You may enter only one but may enter a preferred and secondary address Provide Member Information Only fields with a red asterisk are required Select the Stem Cell Research Oversight course Note Since the Stem Cell Research

    Original URL path: http://www.washington.edu/research/index.php?page=scrot (2014-06-24)
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  • Office of Sponsored Programs - UW Research
    Export Review eGC1 Help Example Scenarios Research Safe Harbors If not for four exclusions set out in the EAR and ITAR many University activities could result in the need for export licenses Fortunately these four exclusions act as a safe harbor for most University information sharing Fundamental Research Exclusion Information arising from basic and applied research in science and engineering at an accredited institute of higher learning within the U S where the resulting information is ordinarily published and shared broadly with the scientific community is excluded from the scope of the ITAR and EAR Public Domain Publicly Available ITAR information which is already published and generally accessible to the public is not subject to ITAR Information that is available through books periodicals patents open conferences in the United States websites accessible to the public with no access controls or other public release authorized by the U S government is considered in the public domain EAR publicly available technology and non encryption software such as information that is the subject of an open patent application published in a book or periodical released at an open conference anywhere available on a website accessible by the public with no access controls or information that will be published is not subject to the EAR This includes submission of manuscripts to journals for consideration with the understanding that the article will be published if favorably received Educational Instruction EAR information that is released by instruction in catalog courses and associated teaching laboratories is not subject to the EAR ITAR information concerning general scientific mathematical or engineering principles commonly taught in schools colleges and universities is not controlled by ITAR Bona fide full time employee Disclosure of technical data as defined by ITAR in the United States to a University bona fide and full time

    Original URL path: http://www.washington.edu/research/?page=ecrResearch (2014-06-24)
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  • Office of Sponsored Programs - Export Regulations
    Compliance Export Home Research Export Controls Export Regulations Technology Control Plan TCP Technology Deemed Exports Export Training Export Control Resources Resource Library Deemed Export Compliance Attestation DECA for H 1B Sponsors eGC1 Help Export Decision Tree Export Glossary Export Control Worksheet Shipping Guide Contact Info for Export Compliance Questions Email exports uw edu Robert H Conley 206 543 3214 Research Security Specialist Office of Sponsored Programs Box 359472 Carol Rhodes 206 543 2139 Associate Director Office of Sponsored Programs Box 359472 On this page Background Regulatory Agencies Multilateral Cooperation Background The two sets of regulations most prominent to University activities are the Export Administration Regulations EAR administered by the Department of Commerce and the International Traffic in Arms Regulations ITAR administered by the Department of State In addition economic and trade embargoes and sanctions as administered by the Office of Foreign Assets Control OFAC include restrictions that may affect University activities The EAR has been designed primarily to implement the Export Administration Act of 1979 as amended 50 U S C app 2401 2420 EAA From time to time the President has exercised authority under the International Emergency Economic Powers Act with respect to the EAR 50 U S C 1701 1706 IEEPA The EAA is not permanent legislation and when it has lapsed Presidential executive orders under IEEPA have directed and authorized the continuation in force of the EAR The ITAR is governed primarily by 22 U S C 2778 of the Arms Export Control Act AECA and Executive Order 11958 as amended Regulatory Agencies U S Dept of State Directorate of Defense Trade Controls DDTC Defense Services and Defense Articles Items specially designed modified adapted configured or developed for military use as found in the International Traffic in Arms Regulations ITAR ITAR 22 CFR parts 120 through 130

    Original URL path: http://www.washington.edu/research/?page=ecrRegulations (2014-06-24)
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  • Office of Sponsored Programs - UW Technology Control Plan
    Trials Cost Sharing Export Compliance Grants gov Applications Joint Agreements and Outgoing Subcontracts Working with Industry Export Compliance UW Technology Control Plan Search Export Compliance Questions Email exports uw edu Export Compliance Export Home Research Export Controls Export Regulations Technology Control Plan TCP Technology Deemed Exports Export Training Export Control Resources Resource Library Deemed Export Compliance Attestation DECA for H 1B Sponsors eGC1 Help Export Decision Tree Export Glossary Export Control Worksheet Shipping Guide Contact Info for Export Compliance Questions Email exports uw edu Robert H Conley 206 543 3214 Research Security Specialist Office of Sponsored Programs Box 359472 Carol Rhodes 206 543 2139 Associate Director Office of Sponsored Programs Box 359472 On this page Definition Purpose TCP Documents Definition A Technology Control Plan TCP is an internal UW compliance document prepared by the Principal Investigator and approved by the Office of Sponsored Programs It states the type of export controlled information associated with a research project measures to be taken by the PI to ensure access to the export controlled information is managed and signed by the PI The documents for a complete TCP consist of the following Technology Control Plan Security Control Measures Access Request SUI Acknowledgement Form Purpose A TCP is required when Projects or activities involve the receipt of Sensitive Unclassified Information SUI from an outside party or sponsor such as via a nondisclosure agreement or sponsored research agreement Projects or activities are not considered Fundamental Research or Projects or activities involve technology and software associated with export controlled equipment A TCP sets out necessary procedures to manage the access limitations to the information that is considered sensitive A TCP needs to be completed and approved prior to handling export controlled information associated with a research project In some cases this may be prior to the

    Original URL path: http://www.washington.edu/research/?page=ecrTCP (2014-06-24)
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  • Office of Sponsored Programs - Export Controlled Technology and Deemed Exports
    assembly mounting inspection testing quality assurance Use Operation installation including on site installation maintenance checking repair overhaul and refurbishing ITAR Information other than software as defined in 120 10 a 4 which is required for the design development production manufacture assembly operation repair testing maintenance or modification of defense articles This includes information in the form of blueprints drawings photographs plans instructions or documentation Classified information relating to defense articles and defense services Information covered by an invention secrecy order Software as defined in 121 8 f of this subchapter directly related to defense articles 5 This definition does not include information concerning general scientific mathematical or engineering principles commonly taught in schools colleges and universities or information in the public domain as defined in 120 11 It also does not include basic marketing information on function or purpose or general system descriptions of defense articles Published or Publicly Available Published Technology and Publicly Available Technical Data and are Not Subject to the EAR or the ITAR The EAR and the ITAR do not control respectively technology or technical data the regulations define as publicly available or in the public domain Thus the EAR and the ITAR do not require licenses to export such publicly available or public domain information regardless of content EAR According to EAR section 734 3 b 3 technology as defined in the EAR is publicly available and thus not subject to the EAR it is already published or will be published as described in EAR section 734 7 Arise s during or result from fundamental research as described in EAR section 734 8 Is educational as described in EAR section 734 9 or Is included in certain patent applications as described in EAR section 734 10 ITAR According to ITAR section 120 10 a 5 information otherwise within the scope of the ITAR s definition of technical data is not subject to the ITAR if it is information in the public domain as defined in ITAR 120 11 information concerning general scientific mathematical or engineering principles commonly taught in schools colleges and universities or basic marketing information on function or purpose or general system descriptions of defense articles Deemed Exports A Deemed Export is a Department of Commerce term defined as an export of technology or source code except encryption source code is deemed to take place when it is released to a foreign national within the United States The technology defined above is released in one of the following ways Visual export Showing of technical details of export controlled items to a foreign national such as reading technical specifications plans blueprints etc Oral export Talking about the technical details or know how of export controlled items to a foreign national While at the University if there is a need to share export controlled technology does not apply to Fundamental Research to a foreign national working on a sponsored project or research activity a review of the Commerce Control List CCL must be done using

    Original URL path: http://www.washington.edu/research/?page=ecrTechnology (2014-06-24)
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  • Office of Sponsored Programs - Export Training
    Outgoing Subcontracts Working with Industry Export Compliance Export Training Search Export Compliance Questions Email exports uw edu Export Compliance Export Home Research Export Controls Export Regulations Technology Control Plan TCP Technology Deemed Exports Export Training Export Control Resources Resource Library Deemed Export Compliance Attestation DECA for H 1B Sponsors eGC1 Help Export Decision Tree Export Glossary Export Control Worksheet Shipping Guide Contact Info for Export Compliance Questions Email exports uw edu Robert H Conley 206 543 3214 Research Security Specialist Office of Sponsored Programs Box 359472 Carol Rhodes 206 543 2139 Associate Director Office of Sponsored Programs Box 359472 On this page Background OSP Export Compliance Class Online Export Control Training Onsite Training Federal Government Training Background In the efforts to provide heightened awareness of export control regulations and related UW policies and procedures the Office of Sponsored Programs offers training Currently OSP conducts a semi annual training open for anyone on campus to attend A Catalyst tool has been developed for a self training on export basics as well as product classification Project specific or departmental training is also available upon request OSP Export Compliance Class Every six months a training session is held for general campus administration faculty and researchers to attend This training is a 4 hour session of export control basics and specific UW guidelines and processes Visit OSP Learn to sign up for the upcoming training Online Export Control Training The online training gives an overview of the regulations your responsibilities and who can help you when you may have an export control situation This online course is required for PIs and personnel when a project involves export controlled information but the course may be taken at any time A product classification catalyst tool is also offered This tool assists in the process of how

    Original URL path: http://www.washington.edu/research/?page=ecrTraining (2014-06-24)
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  • Office of Sponsored Programs - Documents and Links
    Sponsored Programs Box 359472 Carol Rhodes 206 543 2139 Associate Director Office of Sponsored Programs Box 359472 On this page Background UW Resources OSP Resources Federal Resources Background In support of the export compliance program and the UW the Office of Sponsored Programs has developed documents and resources for general and project specific use Below are some of the most common reference and resource materials Please use the most current version of the document and continue to visit this page for new and updated material The following documents provide guidance or are part of an implemented procedure If your project or department require specific guidance and or documents please contact exports uw edu UW Resources Letter of Commitment Letter signed by Key Management in support of US export regulations and laws University Policy Directory University of Washington s Institution wide policies orders rules and by laws UW Minimum Security Standards Policy and procedure documents related to protecting UW information computing devices and communication resources Executive Order Number 8 The policy and process for the review of restricted proprietary or classified research OSP Resources Export Control Glossary Federal and UW export control acronyms terms and definitions including regulation references TCP UW Technology Control Plan TCP Policy and guidelines for projects or activities restricting dissemination of export controlled information UW Security Control Measures Projects which require a TCP must also implement control measures this document includes the University s minimum requirements and project specific elements TCP Access Request This form is used in citizenship verification screening and reviewing the need of an export license All members who will work project or activity with a TCP must have this form completed by the PI or Activity Director SUI Acknowledgement Acknowledgement of TCP project personnel to protect Sensitive Unclassified Information SUI and not disseminate SUI to un authorized individuals DECA Deemed Export Compliance Attestation DECA This attestation is required for H 1B applicants completing an I 129 form through the International Scholars Operations ISO DECA Memorandum Provides background on US Export control laws and regulations as well as the Fundamental Research Exclusion FRE Applicant and authorized signatories of the DECA are encouraged to review Designated Signatory Officials List The International Scholars Operations ISO list of Dean s Chancellor s or Dean s Office Representatives who are approved to sign the DECA Export Control Worksheet This worksheet is used to identify and document Export Controlled item s hardware software or technology End User s and End Use for export shipments and transfers Foreign Shipping Guidance This guidance is to be used when determining the Automated Export System AES should be used for foreign and licensable shipments TMP Eligibility Certification Temporary export license exception to be used for when a temporary export of UW Tools of Trade items occurs Software Export Guidance This guidance is to be used for reviewing software controls prior to transfer against regulations and restrictions while providing technical parameters of encryption restrictions Export Controlled Pathogens This guidance is to be used to

    Original URL path: http://www.washington.edu/research/?page=ecrDocs (2014-06-24)
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