Projects are considered “international” when sponsored by a foreign government or by a private entity based in a foreign nation, regardless of where the work is to be performed.
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We encourage non-U.S. organizations interested in working with Georgia Tech researchers to contact us early in the process so we can help you navigate the process.
Federal regulations restrict the export of certain technology or technical data overseas and to foreign nationals working in or visiting the United States. Therefore, we work with Georgia Tech’s Office of Legal Affairs to review all international research proposals and contracts for concerns related to national security, foreign policy, anti-terrorism, or non-proliferation. More on Export Control.