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How To Request Restricted Party Screening
Restricted party screening requests can only be made by current University of Michigan faculty, staff and students. Please complete the Restricted Party Screening Requests Google Form to request restricted party screening. The Export Control Program will contact you with the results and any other questions.
What is Restricted Party Screening (RPS)?
Restricted Party Screening (RPS) is a service provided by the U-M Export Controls program that verifies whether an organization (e.g., company or university), individual, or country has had its export privileges restricted or revoked per the U.S. Departments of State, Commerce, or Treasury and is listed on any of the federal restricted party lists. RPS is required by the federal government and is a critical component of U-M's efforts to prevent violations of U.S. Export Control laws. U-M uses a software program that checks all of the federal lists simultaneously.
When is RPS required?
Any interaction with foreign persons or entities should undergo Restricted Party Screening (RPS). For example:
Sponsored Research - When accepting funding ...
... from an international entity or when working on an export-controlled research project (screening conducted by ORSP or U-M Export Controls, initiated with the PAF)
Visitors to U-M - Visiting scholars and corporate relations visitors prior to coming to U-M (screening conducted by your department or by U-M Export Controls, upon request)
International Travel - When meeting potential foreign collaborators or speaking at a foreign university or institute (screening requested by you, conducted by U-M Export Controls)
International Shipping - Sending equipment overseas for fieldwork or sending samples or data to international recipients (screening requested by you, conducted by U-M Export Controls, or by U-M Innovation Partnerships when initiated by an outgoing Materials Transfer Agreement)
Which countries are subject to sanctions or embargoes?
U.S. export control regulations also identify certain countries that are subject to a comprehensive embargo or targeted sanctions.
Comprehensive embargoes prohibit all exports/imports and other transactions without a license or other U.S. government authorization.
Targeted sanctions are prohibitions on trade in specified goods, technologies, and services with specific organizations and persons.
The list of countries per regulation (i.e., ITAR, EAR, and OFAC) and the sanctions change. Use the following links to the federal resources to obtain the most current information.
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