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International Collaborations and Export Controls

International Collaborations and Export Controls

Introduction and Scope

USC engages in a variety of activities related to research, instruction, healthcare, student outreach, and other strategic partnerships and affiliations that may create obligations under United States export control regulations, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), and economic and trade sanctions regulations. This policy describes the laws and university procedures that apply to these activities and interactions. It is divided into sections applicable to:

Research and teaching
International travel
Doing business with international partners
Restrictive trade practices and boycotts

Background

2.1       Export Controls:

Protection of Social Security Numbers and Other Restricted Information

Protection of Social Security Numbers and Other Restricted Information

USC receives and collects Restricted Information, as defined below, from and about students, faculty and staff employees, patients, and business partners, among others, in order to provide academic and clinical services and/or to conduct business operations. USC will use, store and transmit “Restricted Information” responsibly and in compliance with federal and state laws and regulations.
For purposes of this policy, “Restricted Information” is defined as in USC’s Information Security Policy as: “Information or data in this classification is typically regulated or

Background Screening

Background Screening

The university is committed to providing a safe work environment; to that end, the university mandates that individuals holding certain positions and serving in some capacities are excluded from employment or participation in certain specified roles or programs if they are found to have been convicted of certain specified crimes. The individuals described in this policy must undergo criminal background screening following a conditional offer of employment in accordance with university guidelines, and may be subject to additional screening during

Smoke Free

Smoke Free

The university is committed to promoting a healthy, safe and comfortable environment for all students, faculty, staff and visitors. Smoking is prohibited in all indoor and outdoor facilities on university owned and leased property with no exception, including within vehicles parked on those properties. This includes all university owned and leased housing, dining, hotel, retail, athletic and performance facilities and all teaching, research, clinical and office space. In addition to university owned and operated student housing facilities, this policy also

International Collaborations and Export Controls

University Sponsored Advertising and Sponsorships