Screening Procedures

Screening Procedures

Screening Procedures

The following screens are performed or coordinated by the Export Control Coordinator as a procedure in the review of export control issues on campus. The coordinator will screen the following lists:

  1. Export-related Restricted, Denied and Blocked Persons Lists (BIS)
    1. Department of Commerce Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) Denied Persons List (
    2. Department of Commerce BIS Entity List (BIS)
    3. Department of Commerce BIS Unverified List (BIS)
    4. Department of State Arms Export Control Act Debarred Parties (DDTC)
    5. Department of State Nonproliferation Orders: Missile Sanctions, Lethal Military Equipment Sanctions, Chemical and Biological Weapons Sanctions, Nuclear Sanctions (( )
      This includes:
      1. Executive Order 1338
      2. Iran and Syria Nonproliferation Ac
      3. Executive Order 12938 as amended
      4. Missile Sanction law
      5. Chemical and Biological Weapons Sanction Laws
      6. Iran, North Korea and Syria Nonproliferation Act Sanctions (INKSNA)
    6. Department of State International Traffic In Arms Regulations (ITAR) Munitions Export Orders (DDTC)
    7. Weapons of Mass Destruction Trade Control Designations [OFAC] •
    8. Department of State Terrorist Exclusion List
    9. U.S. Treasury Department Palestinian Legislative Council List [OFAC]
    10. U.S. Federal Register General Order

  2. Sanction Programs Related Blocked Persons Lists
    1. Department of Treasury Specially Designated Nationals and Blocked Persons, including Cuba and Merchant Vessels, Iran, Iraq and Merchant Vessels, Sudan Blocked Vessels (OFAC)
      1. Department of Treasury Specially Designated Terrorist Organizations and Individuals
      2. Department of Treasury Specially Designated Narcotic Traffickers and Narcotics Kingpins
      3. Department of Treasury Foreign Narcotics Kingpins
      4. List of Foreign Financial Institutions Subject to Part 561
      5. U.S. Treasury Department Foreign Sanctions Evaders List (FSE-IR, FSE-SY) (OFAC)
      6. United Nations Consolidated List 
        1. U.N. sanctions measures (assets freeze, travel ban, or arms embargo) imposed by the Security Council on Individuals and entities under Security Coumcil Resolutions 751 (1992) and 1907 (2009) concerning Somalia and Eritrea, 1267 (1999) and 1989 (2011) concerning Al-Qaida and associated individuals and entities, 1518 (2003), 1521 (2003) concerning Liberia, 1533 (2004) concerning The Democratic Republic of the Congo, 1572 (2004) concerning Cote d'Ivorie, 1591 (2005) concerning The Sudan, 1918 (2006), 1970 (2011) concerning Lybia, 1988 (2011), and 2048 (2012) concerning Guinea-Bissau.
      7. U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) List of Parties Excluded from Federal Procurement Programs ( and (SAM/EPLS)
      8. U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) List of Parties Excluded from Federal Non-procurement Programs (SAM/EPLS)
      9. U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) List of Parties Excluded from Federal Reciprocal Programs (SAM/EPLS)

  3. Law Enforcement –related Wanted Persons List (Domestic)
    1. U.S. Air Force Office of Special Investigations – Top Ten Fugitives
      1. Focuses on four priorities: to exploit counterintelligence activities for force protection, to resolve violent crime impacting the Air Force, to combat threats to Air Force information systems and technologies, and to defeat and deter acquisition fraud.
    2. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives Most Wanted
      1. Enforces U.S. federal laws and regulations relating to alcohol, tobacco products, firearms, explosives, and arson.
    3. FBI Ten Most Wanted Fugitives
      1. Investigative functions fall into the categories of applicant matters, civil rights, counterterrorism, foreign counterintelligence, organized crime/drugs, violent crimes and major offenders, and financial crime.
    4. FBI Most Wanted Terrorists
      1. Lists alleged terrorists that have been indicted by sitting Federal Grand Juries in various jurisdictions in the United States for the crimes reflected on their wanted posters.
    5. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Wanted Fugitives
    6. FBI Crime Alert
    7. FBI Seeking Information
    8. FBI Hijack Suspects
    9. Food and Drug Administration – Clinical Investigators
    10. Food and Drug Administration – Disqualified and Restricted.
    11. Food and Drug Administration – Debarment List
      1. Individuals that have had various restrictions placed against them by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for scientific misconduct.
    12. Department of Homeland Security Most Wanted Fugitive Criminal Aliens
      1. Terrorism, Drug Smuggling, Money Laundering, Human Trafficking/Smuggling, Import/Export Violations, Child Pornography/Exploitation, Document and Benefit Fraud, Gang-related Crimes, Intellectual Property Rights Violations, Worksite Enforcement.
    13. Naval Criminal Investigation Service – Wanted Fugitives
      1. Conducts felony criminal investigations and counterintelligence for the Department of the Navy, and managing Navy security programs.
    14. U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Most Wanted
      1. ICE ERO prioritizes the apprehension, arrest and removal of convicted criminals, those who pose a threat to national security, fugitives, and recent border entrants.
    15. U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration – Major International Fugitives
      1. Enforces controlled substances laws and regulations of the United States and brings to the criminal and civil justice system of the United States those entities and individuals involved in the growing, manufacture, or distribution of controlled substances appearing in or destined for illicit traffic in the United States.
    16. U.S. Marshals Service – Top 15 Most Wanted
    17. U.S. Marshals Service – Major Fugitive Cases
      1. Involved in most every federal law enforcement initiative. U.S. Marshals major cases and top 15 most wanted consist of individuals with a history of violent crimes that may be considered armed and dangerous.
    18. Office of Research Integrity PHS Administrative Actions
      1. The names of individuals that have had administrative actions imposed against them by the Office of Research Integrity (ORI), maintained by the Public Health Service (PHS). The Assistant Secretary for Health (ASH) makes the final PHS decision on findings of research misconduct and the imposition of administration actions after reviewing the recommendations made by ORI.
    19. U.S. Postal Inspection Service – Most Wanted
      1. Important areas of jurisdictions include: assaults, bombs, controlled substances, electronic crimes, mail fraud, and money laundering.
    20. U.S. Secret Service – Most Wanted 
      1. The United States Secret Service is mandated to carry out two missions: protection and criminal investigations. In criminal investigation, the Secret Service is responsible for the enforcement of laws relating to counterfeiting of obligations and securities of the United States, investigation of financial crimes including, but not limited to access device fraud, financial institution fraud, identity theft, computer fraud, telecommunications fraud, and computer based attacks on our nation's financial, banking, and telecommunications infrastructure.
    21. U.S. Office of the Inspector General List of Individuals/Entities Excluded from Federal Health and Medicare Programs
    22. Department of State Arms Control Act Debarred parties (DDTC).
    23. Department of State Designated terrorist Organizations
    24. Department of State Terrorist Exclusion list
    25. U.S. Treasury Department Palestinian Legislative Council List (OFAC)
    26. Specially Designated Nationals and Blocked Persons (OFAC).
    27. Department of Homeland Security Most Wanted Most Wanted Human Smugglers
    28. U.S. Central Command Iraqi SS Most Wanted

  4. Politically Exposed persons and Office of Inspector general
    1. Politically Exposed Persons and Office of Inspector General
      1. Chiefs of State and Cabinet Members of Foreign Governments [Central Intelligence Agency]
      2. Office of Inspector General List of Individuals/Entities Excluded from Federal Health and Medicare Programs.

  5. International Terrorist, Blocked Person, Wanted, and Entity Lists
    1. European Union Consolidated List
    2. Japan Foreign End-Users of Concern
    3. Canada Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness Listed Entities
    4. Politically Exposed Persons in Money Laundering Risk Countries (CIA)
    5. Australia Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade Consolidated List
    6. European Union (EU) Council Regulation on Restrictive Measures to Combat Terrorism [Designated Persons, Groups, and Entities
    7. Interpol Recently Wanted
      1. Lists person that are wanted by national jurisdictions
    8. Bank of England Consolidated List of Financial Sanctions Targets in the U.K
    9. World Bank Listing of Ineligible Firms
      1. Lists names of firms and individuals that are ineligible to be awarded a World Bank-financed contract for the periods indicated because they were found to have violated the fraud and corruption provisions of the Procurement Guidelines or the Consultants Guidelines.
    10. OSFI Consolidated List – Entities
    11. OSFI Consolidated List – Individuals
      1. Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions (OSFI) issues names subject to the regulations establishing a list of entities made under the Canada Criminal Code or the United Nations suppression of terrorism regulations. OSFI is the sole regulator of banks, and the primary regulator of insurance companies, trust companies, loan companies and pension plans in Canada.
    12. OSFI Warning List
      1. Issues entity names that may be of concern to the business community and the public.
    13. OCC List of Unauthorized Banks
    14. Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP)-Wanted Fugitives
      1. Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Wanted Militants
      2. HM Treasury Consolidated List
      3. Canadian Border Services Agency Most Wanted List
      4. Violations of human or international rights under the Crimes Against Humanity and War Crimes Act or under international law.

  6. Export Risk Country Alerts
    1. Department of Commerce, EAR Part 736 General Prohibition Three (Foreign-produced direct product re-exports)
    2. Department of Commerce, EAR Part 736 General Prohibition Eight (In transit shipments and items to be unladen from vessels or aircraft)
    3. Department of Commerce, EAR Part 740, Country Group E:1, Terrorist Supporting Countries
    4. Department of Commerce, EAR Part 744, Subject to military end-user and end-use based control policy for specified ECCN dual-use items
    5. Department of Commerce, EAR Part 746, Embargoes and Other Special Controls (embargoes, sanctions, or special controls on specified items)
    6. Department of State U.S. Arms Embargoes
    7. Department of State, Restricted export destinations under the ITAR (126.1) including denial policy
    8. Department of State, DDTC policy restrictions, limitations, or delays on license applications for the export of USML items
    9. Department of State, State Sponsors of Terrorism
    10. Department of State, Countries Not Cooperating Fully with United States Antiterrorism Efforts
    11. Department of Treasury Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) Sanctions or Specially Designated Nationals under OFAC Sanctions
    12. United Nations (UN) Sanctions or Arms Embargoes
    13. BIS India and Pakistan Export Restrictions, including Atomic Energy blocked entities and nuclear activities
    14. Exports and reexports under restriction to Afghanistan
    15. Countries that may require participation in, or cooperation with, an international boycott [Section 999(b)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986]
    16. Government of Canada Economic Sanctions
    17. U.S. Department of Commerce EAR Country Group E:1, Terrorist Supporting Countries
    18. ("T-7 Countries")
    19. Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) Sanctions
    20. United Nations (UN) Sanctions
    21. U.S. Department of State, List of State Sponsors of Terrorism
    22. Export destination for defense articles and defense services prohibited under the ITAR
    23. (126.1)
    24. BIS India and Pakistan
    25. Exports and Reexports to Afghanistan Restrictions
    26. Countries that may require participation in, or cooperation with, an international boycott
      [Section 999(b)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986]