All staff who can work at home should continue to do so. Only with an explicit request from a supervisor should a staff member return to campus. For more information, review COVID-19 Workplace Guidance.
Federal and other COI Requirements and Guidelines
Some federal and non–federal sponsors include in their award terms and conditions financial interest/conflict of interest disclosure requirements. Listed below are some of the sponsors with such requirements. By clicking on the sponsor, you will be able to review that sponsor’s requirements.
In order to determine if a financial interest is a conflict of interest, the Conflict of Interest Committee performs a “transactional” review of an individual’s external financial interests to the work described in the proposal. Read more detailed information regarding transactional reviews and the process below.
What is a transactional review?
If any significant financial interests are identified in your disclosure, these interests will be compared to each new research award on which you are identified as responsible for the design, conduct, or reporting of the research to determine if a COI exists related to that research award. This is called a “transactional review”. Certain sponsors require that they be notified of the existence of a conflict of interest and require details about the nature of the FCOI and the management plan.
- Public Health Service Regulations (Code of Federal Regulations)
- National Institutes of Health: Policy and Guidance
- National Science Foundation
- Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
- American Cancer Society
- American Heart Association
- Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation
- California Breast Cancer Research Program (CBCRP)
- California HIV/AIDS Research Program (CHRP)