In order to closeout your Technology Control Plan (TCP), restricted material must either be removed from campus or destroyed to protect from unlawful possession or use.
- Material, data, or software stored on a computer or internet server must be removed with care to ensure that all hidden files and information are deleted. Merely deleting the file is not sufficient. If you are unfamiliar with data removal and computer sanitization procedures, please contact IS&T at email@example.com.
- Tangible equipment, material, data, or software must be removed from campus or destroyed with the assistance of the MIT Property Office. Contact the Property Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Following removal or destruction of the restricted material, contact email@example.com to formally terminate your TCP.