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My office needs to send some items to another country or have them sent to us from another country. Can the Export Control Office help us?

The Export Control Office is charged with preventing items and information from going to other countries in violation of U.S. export control regulations, and for that reason it wants to verify that items leaving the U.S. have been properly screened.  The Export Control Office is not responsible for addressing the numerous other issues that you should consider when shipping internationally, including customs (both U.S. and foreign), proper handling and packaging (e.g., hazardous or perishable materials) and insurance.  However, we encourage you to visit our international shipping page, which offers resources that you can use to ensure that your outgoing and incoming international shipments are managed with minimal cost and maximum compliance with the numerous regulations that apply to international shipping.


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