Permits are required for tangible and intangible exports as described above. Alternatively, some goods and activities may be covered by the Australian General Export Licences held by UNSW.
Controls to technology transfer do not apply to information in the public domain, to basic scientific research or to the minimum necessary information for patent applications.
If your search indicates that your intended export may be controlled please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to determine if it can be covered under the Australian General Export Licences held by UNSW.
If the material or activity can not be covered you will then need to complete the DEC Application to Export Controlled Goods and Technology (find forms here) and submit to email@example.com. Also include a completed additional questions form (download the form here).
RECS will submit the form to DEC on your behalf after supplying the DEC Client Registration Number.
UNSW is registered as a client with the Australian Department of Defence under Defence Export Control (DEC) for the purpose of applying for permission or a licence to export tangible goods on the DSGL.
UNSW staff intending to export goods that may be on the DSGL should, in the first instance, consult with the Director, Research Ethics & Compliance Support, Dr Ted Rohr (T: 02 9385 4235) or Dr Paul Sou (T: 02 9385 6868) or E: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Collaborative defence projects with U.S. partners may be managed according to the Australia-US Defence Trade Cooperation Treaty. You can find further information here.
Remember that the DSGL contains exemptions relating to technology or software that is in the public domain and to basic scientific research. If you are unsure contact Dr Ted Rohr (T: 02 9385 4235) or Dr Paul Sou (T: 02 9385 6868) or E: email@example.com.