Cornell’s Export Control Office performs periodic outreach, self-audits, and risk assessment activities. These activities are designed to stop potential violations before they occur, while educating the community on the relevant requirements. If a violation is identified, the Export Controls Office will work with the Office of General Counsel to ensure that the violation is properly reported, and necessary remedial measures are implemented.
If you suspect that an export control violation has occurred, you may contact the Export Controls Office or the Export Control and Compliance Officer.
You may also utilize Cornell’s confidential and anonymous Ethical Conduct and Compliance Hotline. Please review Cornell’s secure ethical reporting site for more information.