Everything you need to know about
Technology Control Plans
A Technology Control Plan (TCP) is a customized document that outlines the appropriate access and handling procedures to protect export-controlled items and certain types of Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI).
Report a Concern
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Do I need a TCP?
- Covered Defense Information (Type of CUI)
- Military Defense Research (ITAR)
- Atomic Energy Act Data (DOE)
TCP Always Required
Research Compliance will work with you to develop a TCP.
- Dual-Use Research (EAR)
- Dissemination Restrictions
- Distribution Statement B-F
TCP May Be Required
Consult with Research Compliance.
- Other categories of CUI (e.g., privacy, tax, transportation)
- Commercial and Civilian Research (EAR99)
Research Compliance can provide guidance on handling and project-specific considerations.
What about trade secrets?
Consult with Research Compliance for more information.
Last Updated on November 5, 2021