The Texas A&M University System (A&M System) is committed to upholding the highest ethical standards and conduct regarding export control laws and regulations in carrying out both the mission and business standards of the A&M System. In tandem, the A&M System Office of Research – Research Security has been designated as the responsible office in serving the A&M System members in export control related matters. While complying with applicable export control laws, the A&M System recognizes the necessity of maintaining an open research environment, but as importantly balancing mitigation procedures to protect the interests of the United States.
THE RSO's ROLE
The A&M System Research Security Office (RSO) supports all members in meeting federal requirements for securing sensitive research. An important responsibility of the RSO is to serve as an export control resource for all A&M System members while promoting a culture of export control compliance.
A CONSOLIDATED COMMITMENT TO COMPLIANCE
One of the primary focuses of the RSO in promoting a System-wide culture of compliance is to establish an affinity group of A&M System personel with export control responsibilities. As we all know, export controls are multi–faceted, and require a team effort to be most effective. If you’re an employee of the A&M System with export control responsibilities and not currently affiliated with the group, please complete the form below with a request to be included, or contact Lauren Schroeder (firstname.lastname@example.org; 979.458.6094).
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