About RMI » Export Controls
To respond to the rapidly changing regulatory environment within the global optics industry, RMI has established an export compliance program that is second to none.
Defense and military contractors can have total confidence that our entire procurement, production, and delivery process will adhere to the strict guidelines set forth by the ITAR, EAR and FAR statutes.
Export Control Ordinance
Rocky Mountain Instrument Co. (“RMI”) offers high quality and precision products and related technical data the export of which may trigger export controls. The United States and other governments control the export of certain sophisticated technologies, as part of an international effort to combat the proliferation of munitions, weapons of mass destruction and related technologies. These controls take the form of export regulations and license requirements. Whether a product requires an export license can depend on the product itself, the end-user and/or the end-use.
RMI, its employees and its agents are subject to U.S. export control laws that prohibit or restrict (i) transactions with certain parties, and (ii) the type and level of technologies and services that may be exported. These laws include, without limitation, the U.S. Arms Export Control Act, the U.S. Export Administration Act, and the U.S. International Economic Emergency Powers Act, and regulations issued pursuant to these statutes, including the U.S. International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) and the U.S. Export Administration Regulations (EAR).
As part of the express consideration provided for receipt of RMI's goods, technical data and/or services, you, our customer, acknowledge that the export, re-export or other transfer, directly or indirectly, of the goods, technical data and/or services provided by RMI in violation of U.S. law is prohibited. Customers acquiring goods, technical data and/or services from RMI shall be responsible for obtaining any necessary U.S. or other government authorization required to ensure compliance with applicable export laws.
Customers are advised that they may contact the U.S. Departments of Commerce, State and Treasury for guidance as to applicable licensing requirements and other restrictions.