8.2.3 Anti-boycott Compliance Policy; Restrictive Trade Practices

Policy No: RESEARCH 8.2.3  
Type of Policy: Administrative
Effective Date: April 2013    
Last Revised: April 2013

Policy Owner: GTRC-IE
Policy Contact: Kevin Wozniak, Executive Director, kevin.wozniak@gtrc.gatech.edu

1. Policy Statement

It is the policy of Georgia Tech that that each of our employees, faculty, staff, agents, representatives, vendors and other third parties that work with GIT, GTRC and GTARC comply with all requirements set forth in Title 15 C.F.R. Part 760 (Restrictive Trade Practices or Boycotts) and all related regulations pertaining to boycotts of specific countries.

United States law prohibits any United States person from refusing, agreeing to refuse, or requiring or requesting any other person to refuse to do business with any business concern organized under the laws of a boycotted country, with any national or resident of a boycotted country, or any other person, when such refusal is the result of an agreement, requirement, or request of a boycotting country which runs counter to United States policy.

2. Scope

This policy applies to all Georgia Tech Faculty and Staff.

3. Enforcement

To report suspected instances of noncompliance with this policy, please visit Georgia Tech’s EthicsPoint, a secure and confidential reporting system, at: https://secure.ethicspoint.com/domain/en/report_custom.asp?clientid=7508

4. Policy History

Revision Date Author Description
12-31-2013 GTRC-IE Rev 1.0