Foreign Influence Requirements Roundup: Agency by Agency Current Expectations Plus a Sneak Peek at What We Think is Coming
Includes a Live Event on 09/30/2020 at 2:00 PM (EDT)
(90 minutes) With the wealth of information constantly coming out (or being promulgated) related to foreign influence issues, concerns – and requirements that agencies need to impose to address those concerns – it can be hard to keep up with what research administrators need to comply with. This webinar will be a pragmatic snapshot of the national picture, what requirements exist TODAY from various federal agencies related to foreign influence and related national security issues, and what is most likely (but no promises!) heading our way in the coming months. Some research administrators already deeply embedded in foreign influence issues may not learn anything new; for the rest of us, this will allow an opportunity to “catch up” or confirm the current interpretation of the guidance as well as having an idea of what requirements or legislation may be bubbling up in this space in the coming months.
Jim Luther, Associate Vice President Finance & Compliance Officer, Duke University
Pamela Webb, Associate Vice President for Research, University of Minnesota
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- Participants will be able to perform a “self-check” of proposal and award foreign influence requirements to make sure their institutions have addressed agency expectations (or know what they need to work on)
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Associate Vice President, Finance & Compliance Officer
Associate Vice President for Research
University of Minnesota
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