Updates


Disclosure of Financial Interests & COI Management (retired)

As of August 23, 2012: Principal investigators must disclose financial interests in private sponsors of their research and conflict of interests must be assessed, managed and, if necessary, eliminated. See "Title 2 California Code of Regulations § 18755. This policy supersedes and replaces CAP 100-27 Disclosure of Financial Interests in Private Sponsors of Research (retired)

Contract & Grant Solicitation, Acceptance or Execution (revised)

As of July 16, 2012: Contract and Grant Solicitation and Acceptance or Execution (revised) On March 10, 1995, the President delegated authority to chancellors to accept or execute certain extramural contracts or grants up to a limit of $5,000,000 in direct costs in any one project year. The primary revision to this policy is an increase of dollar limit to $10,000,000. The policy contains limits within which the authority may be exercised

Privacy Investigation (new)

As of July 16, 2012: Privacy Investigation (new) This policy is established to define the authority and responsibility for the UCSF response in relation to a potential or actual privacy breach of Protected Health Information (PHI), Medical Information or Health Insurance Information, as well as to delineate the Privacy Investigation response process.

Eligibility to Submit for Extramural Funds (PI Status) (revised)

As of July 2, 2012: Eligibility to Submit Proposals for Extramural Funds (PI Status) The Waiver for Exemption from University Policy form has been updated and posted The following policies have been retired, and content has been incorporated into 400-10:
• 400-13 Proposal Content Requirements for Contracts and Grants
• 400-14 Industry-Sponsored Agreements
• 400-15 Administrative Review and Submission of Contracts and Grants

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