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1 Q UARTERLY G RANT M ANAGERS M EETING A UGUST 26, 2013 Office of Research Support

2 A GENDA ORS Updates – electronic Research Duke (Update) Conflict of Interest ASM Update – Beth Sizemore OSP Update – Nate Martinez-Wayman

3 ORS U PDATES New AD: Shonta Holloway Open Position Workshops George Gopen "Writing from the Reader's Perspective" Workshops Fall 2013 George Gopen "Writing from the Reader's Perspective" Workshops Fall 2013 GRANTS, COMPLIANCE AND CONTRACTS 101 GRANTS, COMPLIANCE AND CONTRACTS 102 GRANTS, COMPLIANCE AND CONTRACTS 103

4 E Rebudgeting Form Unit Testing 9/3/13 CAS Form Unit Testing 9/11/13 Pilot Go Live 10/31/13 Full Rollout 01/13/14

5 E WBSE Set-up Award Set-up

6 C ONFLICT OF I NTEREST A conflict of interest ( COI ) occurs when an individual or organization is involved in multiple relationships, one of which could possibly corrupt the motivation for an act in another. individualorganizationcorrupt

7 C ONFLICT OF I NTEREST ·Self-dealing, in which an official who controls an organization causes it to enter into a transaction with the official, or with another organization that benefits the official. The official is on both sides of the "deal."Self-dealing Outside employment, in which the interests of one job contradict another. (Conflict of Commitment.) Family interests, in which a spouse, child, or other close relative is employed (or applies for employment) or where goods or services are purchased from such a relative or a firm controlled by a relative. Abuse of this type of conflict of interest is called nepotism.nepotism Gifts from friends who also do business with the person receiving the gifts.

8 C ONFLICT OF I NTEREST – N ATIONAL S CIENCE F OUNDATION (NSF) The term “investigator” means the principal investigator, co-principal investigators, and any other person at the institution who is responsible for the design, conduct, or reporting of research or educational activities funded or proposed for funding by NSF. The term “significant financial interest” means anything of monetary value, including, but not limited to, salary or other payments for services (e.g., consulting fees or honoraria); equity interest (e.g., stocks, stock options or other ownership interests); and intellectual property rights (e.g., patents, copyrights and royalties from such rights).

9 C ONFLICT OF I NTEREST – N ATIONAL S CIENCE F OUNDATION (NSF) Prior to the institution's expenditure of any funds under the award, conflicts of interest will be, satisfactorily managed, reduced or eliminated in accordance with the institution's conflict of interest policy. Conflicts that cannot be satisfactorily managed, reduced or eliminated must be disclosed to NSF via use of the Notifications and Requests Module in the NSF FastLane System.

10 C ONFLICTS OF I NTEREST Indicating who is an investigator. An “Investigator” is defined as the Principal Investigator and any other person who is responsible for the design, conduct, or reporting of research including subgrantees, contractors, or collaborators.

11 SPS AND G RANTS.D UKE D ATA

12 C ONFLICT OF I NTEREST – N ATIONAL S CIENCE F OUNDATION (NSF) Subcontractors on Proposals and Awards Same policy as PHS sponsors. ORS will need the Subrecipient FCOI Disclosure Forms A and B.

13 C ONFLICT OF I NTEREST – D UKE P OLICY RACI—ORS will not process awards (request codes) when RCC Training or COI annual form has not been submitted. ORS will not process proposals when the FY13 form has not been submitted.

14 ASM AND OSP


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