Organizational Conflicts of Interests – What are They and What to do with Them?
Includes a Live Event on 05/21/2019 at 2:00 PM (EDT)
(90 minutes) This webinar will cover common types of Organizational Conflicts of Interest that may arise in an academic research setting and provide best practices on how to address them. Topics will include:
- Differences between Organizational Conflict of Interest and other types of Conflict of Interest
- Regulatory framework (and other sources of obligations) for Organizational Conflicts of Interest
- Definition of Organizational Conflicts of Interest by the Federal Acquisition Regulations and the Office of Management and Budget’s Uniform Guidance
- Process considerations for reviewing the conflict at the Pre-Proposal/Proposal/Just-In-Time/Award stages when Organizational Conflict of Interest is required to be reported to the sponsor
Mary R. Lee, Director, University Conflicts of Interest Program, Stanford University
Kristy J. Hall, Director of Contracts and Interim Director of Grants & Contracts, Office of Sponsored Programs, University of Virginia
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- Become familiar with how Organizational Conflict of Interest differs from other types of Conflict of Interest
- Have a basic understanding of the regulatory framework (and other sources of obligations) for Organizational Conflict of Interest
- Gain greater knowledge on how the Federal Acquisition Regulations and the Office of Management and Budget’s Uniform Guidance define Organizational Conflicts of Interest
- Consider a process so that your Sponsored Research Office and your Conflicts of Interest Office make work together in reviewing the conflict at the Pre-Proposal/Proposal/ Just-In-Time /Award stages when Organizational Conflict of Interest is required to be reported to the sponsor
Mary R. Lee
Director, University Conflicts of Interest Program
Kristy J. Hall
Director of Contracts and Interim Director of Grants & Contracts, Office of Sponsored Programs
University of Virginia
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