All international shipments must now be routed through Logistics
In order to reduce the possibility of mistakenly shipping export controlled items directly from labs, and to centralize record keeping, the President’s Council has approved a change to the Export Policy and Procedure.
Beginning February 4, 2013, all international shipments of items and export controlled documents and technical data on media originating from Boulder or Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport must be routed Logistics Operations. This will mean that Logistics will take full responsibility for shipping and export compliance.
Export Procedure 1-6 has been updated as follows:
H. All international shipments of items and export controlled documents and technical data on media must be routed through Logistics. Technical data electronic transfers pursuant to existing TAAs, and documents that are not subject to export controls are the only exceptions.
New Procedure for International Shipments
1. Complete the online form advising Logistics of an upcoming shipment
2. Once the online form has been submitted, Logistics will undertake an export evaluation and provide a timeframe when the upcoming shipment will be scheduled.
Questions? Please contact:
Kerry Slaven, Logistics Operations Manager, ext. 1151 or email@example.com
Lab/Program Export Compliance Coordinator or Empowered Official
Dave Sundvall, Export Compliance Manager, ext. 8898 or firstname.lastname@example.org