This information is intended as a quick reference guide briefly summarizing the U.S. Export Control Laws (as defined below). This summary is not authoritative and is not a thorough restatement of those laws. If you have any questions about U.S. Export Control Laws, contact your attorney.
SAE International ("SAE") is proud to have a network of members, volunteers and authors from around the world. Through this network, each year, SAE publishes thousands of technical papers, engineering standards and books, offers a wide array of professional development opportunities, hosts numerous meetings and exhibits worldwide and provides local networking opportunities. As a U.S.-based, non-profit organization, SAE takes seriously its obligations to comply with U.S. Export Control Laws, including the trade embargoes administered by the Office of Foreign Assets Control of the U.S. Department of the Treasury (the "OFAC Regulations"), the Export Administration Regulations (the "EAR") and the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (the "ITAR") (collectively, "U.S. Export Control Laws"). Awareness of these U.S. Export Control Laws is particularly important for those SAE members, volunteers and authors who prepare publications or other materials for SAE. This page serves
SAE members, volunteers and authors should regularly monitor the U.S. Export Control Laws. SAE reserves the right to update this page and SAE's policies and procedures as necessary. This summary is for purposes of convenience only and is not an authoritative summary of U.S. Export Control Laws.