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Why am I being asked to create a Technology Control Plan, even if there will be no foreign persons on my research team?

Technology Control Plans (TCPs) are created in order to ensure that JHU personnel are aware of and committed to practices that are designed to control access to, and dissemination of, export controlled tangible items and information.  Although a given research project on our Homewood campus may not formally include foreign persons, there may still exist the potential for controlled items and information to be intentionally or unintentionally accessed by foreign persons who are not working on the project.  When the Export Control Office sees this potential, especially when ITAR-controlled items are involved, it requests that the leader of a research project collaborate in the development of a TCP.

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