Research Security Program
To comply with the research security requirements outlined in the Presidential Memorandum on United States Government-Supported Research and Development National Security Policy (NSPM-33) and other applicable regulations, a research security committee has been formed at Michigan State University. This committee will provide recommendations to the Vice President for Research and Innovation for implementing a Research Security Program.
The following requirements, as outlined in the Guidance for Implementing National Security Presidential Memorandum 33 (NSPM-33) on National Security Strategy for United States Government-supported Research and Development, are highlighted below:
- Foreign Travel Security
- Research Security Training
- Export Control Training
- Research Security Point of Contact (POC)
In addition to NSPM-33, the Department of Defense (DoD) has launched CMMC 2.0, a comprehensive framework designed to protect the defense industrial base from increasingly frequent and complex cyberattacks.
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