YOU DO NOT NEED TO OBTAIN AN EXPORT LICENSE.
DOCUMENT TANGIBLE EXPORTS OF ITEMS, INFORMATION OR SOFTWARE AS NOTED BELOW.
The UT Export Control Officer documents tangible export(s) of items (hardware, equipment, materials, components), information (technical publications and data, drawings, blueprints, schematics) or software (tangible media containing programs in source or object code) qualifies for shipment, transfer or transmission under “No License Required” (NLR) status.
Departments or programs are advised to also keep soft or hard copies of all export documentation, including financial records and shipping documentation (i.e., Commercial Invoices, Shippers’ Export Declarations) in their research project files for a period of five years from the date of export, reexport or transfer of controlled information to a foreign national.
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