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  • Office of Sponsored Programs - UW Deemed Export Compliance Attestation
    Information Time of Award Time of Award Advance Budget Number Manage Award Manage Award Program Income Procedures Gifts vs Sponsored Projects Concurrence Letter New Budget Setup Budget Extension Research Performance Progress Report RPPR Forms Learning Learning Acronyms and Abbreviations Faculty Orientation to Research Faculty Development Series Policy Procedures Guidance Policy Procedures Guidance Export Compliance Outgoing Subcontracts Small Business Subcontracting Plan Preparation Instructions SBIR and STTR Programs NIH Designation of Multiple PIs Joint Agreements Contact OSP Contact OSP Directions to OSP Select a Topic Clinical Trials Cost Sharing Export Compliance Grants gov Applications Joint Agreements and Outgoing Subcontracts Working with Industry Export Compliance UW Deemed Export Compliance Attestation Search Export Compliance Questions Email exports uw edu Export Compliance Export Home Research Export Controls Export Regulations Technology Control Plan TCP Technology Deemed Exports Export Training Export Control Resources Resource Library Deemed Export Compliance Attestation DECA for H 1B Sponsors eGC1 Help Export Decision Tree Export Glossary Export Control Worksheet Shipping Guide Contact Info for Export Compliance Questions Email exports uw edu Robert H Conley 206 543 3214 Research Security Specialist Office of Sponsored Programs Box 359472 Carol Rhodes 206 543 2139 Associate Director Office of Sponsored Programs Box 359472 On this page Definition Purpose Form Definition The Deemed Export Compliance Attestation for H 1B Sponsors is a University of Washington form The form captures information required in order for the University of Washington Office of Sponsored Programs to determine whether an export control license is required prior to an H 1B Visa beneficiary accessing certain data technology software or material Purpose The Department of Homeland Security requires each employer sponsoring an H 1B nonimmigrant worker to make certifications regarding the release of controlled technology or technical data to foreign persons in the United States This certification is required on every H 1B

    Original URL path: http://www.washington.edu/research/?page=ecrAttestation (2014-06-24)
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  • Office of Sponsored Programs - eGC1 Security and Export Control Questions
    if your item software or technology is listed If it is not listed and not considered Fundamental Research it could be captured by the catch all ECCN EAR99 which would restrict the item to embargoed or sanctioned countries Examples Composite materials Pathogens Computers Accelerometers Production Equipment etc Review the CCL index for a more complete list of controlled items ITAR contains the US Munitions List USML consisting of 21 categories of articles service technical data specifically designed developed configured adapted or modified for a military application or significant military or intelligence applicability If your item specific use is for a military application please review the USML to identify to category and sub category Information created as basic and applied research may not be subject to the ITAR and considered as Fundamental Research Examples Imaging Systems Under Water Vehicles Polymer Coatings Chemical Agents etc Contact exports uw edu for assistance in determining if your items technology or software is export controlled If you answer yes to SEC 1 you are then asked to provide what types of items technology or software will be shared and to which countries You may also be asked to complete OSP s Export Control Worksheet once your eGC1 is in OSP for review Note any item needing a license may take up to eight 8 weeks for agency approval SEC 2 Information Will any export controlled information or technology betransferred to a foreign end user a k a deemed export The best way to answer this question is to know if the project or collaboration will consist of both export controlled information and or technology AND foreign national participation Location is not relevant deemed exports can take place in the U S and foreign locations Information recognized as Fundamental Research or in the Public Domain is exempt from US export Controls Deemed Export Generally when we think of exports we think of the shipment of items out of the U S to a foreign country However export control laws and regulations also control the transfer of information and or technology to foreign nationals in the interest of protecting the transfer of sensitive technology Deemed export is a term used by the Department of Commerce to communicate a transfer or release to a foreign end user Deemed Exports typically take place one of three ways Electronic Export Email fax upload download etc Visual Export Sharing the technical data via hard copies blue prints technical reports etc Oral Export Discussing the technical details in person phone video chat etc ITAR controlled transfer would require a license to any foreign end user s EAR controlled transfers are conditional upon meeting the requirements of a deemed export and the country of the end user s Examples of No License Required You do not need a license or authorization merely to have a foreign student present in your laboratory If the foreign student is receiving technology that has already been published then that technology is not subject to the EAR and

    Original URL path: http://www.washington.edu/research/?page=ecr_eGC1 (2014-06-24)
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  • Office of Sponsored Programs - UW Export Glossary
    Shipper s Export Declaration SED information and now mandated to be filed through the AES or AESDirect Electronic Grant Application eGC1 Electronic internal compliance form that is routed with all grants and contracts for approval on campus before arriving at the Office of Sponsored Programs OSP Embargo An embargo is a restriction on exports or imports with respect to the specific goods or ultimate destination of the shipment Empowered Official EO 22 CFR 120 25 A U S person who Is directly employed by the applicant or a subsidiary in a position having authority for policy or management within the applicant organization and Is legally empowered in writing by the applicant to sign license applications or other requests for approval on behalf of the applicant and Understands the provisions and requirements of the various export control statutes and regulations and the criminal liability civil liability and administrative penalties for violating the Arms Export Control Act and the International Traffic in Arms Regulations and Has the independent authority to Enquire into any aspect of a proposed export or temporary import by the applicant and ii Verify the legality of the transaction and the accuracy of the information to be submitted and Refuse to sign any license application or other request for approval without prejudice or other adverse recourse End User 15 CFR 772 1 and 15 CFR 31 1 A person or entity who receives US origin commodities and uses them or incorporates them into other commodities The person abroad that receives and ultimately uses the exported or reexported items The end user is not an authorized agent or intermediary but may be the FPPI or ultimate consignee Exclusion and Exemption Applies only to transfer disclosure of information not to physical objects being transferred or the provision of defense services An exclusion allows a Information is in the public domain ITAR or is publicly available EAR Exclusions apply to Fundamental research Bona fide full time regular employees and Educational Instruction Exclusions do not apply to equipment encrypted software if there is reason to believe information will be used for WMD or where US government has imposed access and dissemination controls as condition of funding ITAR Exclusions are lost when the university accepts restrictions on publication of results or participation by foreign nationals in research Exclusion are inapplicable to sponsor s existing information Export Shipment or transmission of items out of the US Transfer of registration control or ownership to a foreign person Disclosing oral or visual or transferring technical data to a foreign person whether on the US or abroad Performing a defense service on behalf of or for the benefit of a foreign person Export Administration Regulations EAR 15 CFR parts 730 through 774 Regulations administered by the Bureau of Industry and Security that among other things provide specific instructions on the use and types of export licenses required for certain commodities software and technology These regulations are located in 15 CFR parts 730 through 774 Export Classification Determination of an export control classification number based on a review of the item or information against the the Commerce Control List Export Compliance Applied regulations on all goods exported from a country including correct documentation classification licensing and screening denied party persons screening etc Export Control Classification Numbers ECCN 15 CFR Part 738 2 An Export Control Classification Number is a numeric designator assigned to goods by the U S Department of Commerce Bureau of Industry and Security BIS Each ECCN consists of five identifiers for category product group type of control and country group level of control Export Control Compliance Program ECCP The University of Washington s program to ensure campus wide compliance with federal export control laws and regulations Export Controlled Export controlled items software or technology are listed on either the Commerce Control List CCL or the United States Munitions List USML These items software or technology are either prohibited from export or require cognizant agency permission or licensing prior to the transfer or sharing of the items software or technology Export controlled technology ECI Technical data including data recorded or stored in any physical form models mockups or other items regulated by the EAR or ITAR Export license A controlling agency s documented permission authorizing export of particular goods in specific quantities or values to a particular destination or to a foreign national either in or outside the United States Export Regulations Export regulations are the rules governing shipments from a different country including required documents and procedures quotas to be adhered to and or restrictions on the shipment of certain items or to certain places people Exporter For purposes of this document individual at the University who will carry out the export For instance if a material transfer the individual shipping or transmitting the material is the exporter If sharing information with a foreign national it is the individual sharing the information that is the exporter Facilities Security Officer FSO DOD 5220 22 M 1 201 The FSO will supervise and direct security measures necessary for implementing applicable requirements of the NISPOM and related Federal requirements for classified information Faculty Council on Research FCR Advisory body to the Faculty Senate on all matters of University policy relating to research and the primary forum for faculty administrative interaction in determining that policy See http www washington edu faculty committees fcr Foreign Corrupt Practices Act FCPA 22 CFR Part 709 The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act prohibits corrupt payments to foreign officials for the purpose of obtaining or keeping business Foreign Person 22 CFR 120 16 Persons who are not U S citizens are not lawfully admitted for permanent residence in the United States or are not persons who are protected individuals under the Immigration and Naturalization Act 8 U S C 1324b a 3 Foreign person includes individuals with study and work visas For purposes of entities any business or institution that is not a corporation association partnership trust society or other entity or group incorporated or organized in the United States Freight Forwarder A business that arranges handles and consolidates customers exports for compensation Fundamental Research FR 22 CFR 120 11 and 15 CFR 734 8 Basic and applied research in science and engineering the results of which ordinarily are published and shared broadly within the scientific community as distinguished from proprietary research and from industrial development design production and product utilization the results of which ordinarily are restricted for proprietary or national security reasons Fundamental Research Exclusion FRE 22 CFR 120 11 and 15 CFR 734 8 Information arising from basic and applied research in science and engineering at an accredited institute of higher learning within the U S where the resulting information is ordinarily published and shared broadly with the scientific community is excluded from the scope of the EAR In order to quality for the fundamental research exclusion under ITAR the information must already by published General Technology Note 15 CFR 774 Sup 1 The export of technology that is required for the development production or use of items on the Commerce Control List is controlled according to the provisions in each Category Group B Shipment GBS License Exception GBS 15 CFR 740 4 For national security reasons only controlled commodities for export and reexport to a given destination are authorized provided they are destined for a country listed under Country Group B Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the United States HTSUS 15 CFR 30 1 An organized listing of goods and their duty rates developed by the U S International Trade Commission which is used by CBP as the basis for classifying imported products including establishing the duty to be charged and providing statistical information about imports and exports Immigration Customs Enforcement ICE An agency within the Department of Homeland Security that is responsible for enforcing customs immigration and related laws and investigating violations of laws to secure the Nation s borders www ice gov Import Certificate IC A document issued by the importing country s government and may be required in order to apply for a U S export license Imports ITAR ITAR No defense article may be imported into the United States unless it was previously exported temporarily under a license issued by the Office of Defense Trade Controls or it constitutes a properly licensed temporary import or in transit shipment or qualifies for a relevant temporary import license exemption or is authorized by the Department of the Treasury Intermediate consignee 15 CFR 30 6 The intermediate consignee acts in a foreign country as an agent for the principal party in interest or the ultimate consignee for the purpose of effecting delivery of the export shipment to the ultimate consignee International Emergency Economic Powers Act IEEPA IEEPA To deal threats to the national security foreign policy or economy of the United States the International Emergency Economic Powers Act IEEPA grants the President authority to institute regulations covering commercial and financial transactions with other countries if a national emergency is declared International Traffic in Arms Regulations ITAR 22 CFR 120 130 Regulations administered by the Directorate of Defense Trade Controls within the U S State Department that provide for the control of the export and temporary import of defense articles and defense services These regulations are located in 22 CFR 120 130 Lawful Permanent Resident Any person not a citizen of the United States who is residing the in the U S under legally recognized and lawfully recorded permanent residence as an immigrant Also known as Permanent Resident Alien Resident Alien Permit Holder and Green Card Holder License Applications Defense Articles Applications for licenses for the export of defense articles and related technical data must be made to the Office of Defense Trade Controls License Determination A decision made by the government body with juristiction over trade in a commodity that a license should be granted to those making the request when specific conditions have been met License exception 15 CFR part 740 An authorization that allows a USPPI or other appropriate party to export or reexport under stated conditions items subject to the EAR that would otherwise require a license under the EAR The BIS License Exceptions are currently contained in Part 740 of the EAR License Exception Limited Value Shipment LVS 15 CFR 740 3 This License Exception for all destinations in Country Group B allows exports and reexports of eligible commodities with limited value License Exception Technical Data Software Restricted TSR For national security reasons only and provided the software or technology is destined to Country Group B Technical Data Software Restricted permits exports and reexports of technology and software controlled to the ultimate destination License Exception BAG Baggage 15 CFR 740 14 Allows individuals departing the US to take with them as personal baggage family owned retail level encryption items including laptops personal digital assistants PDAs and cell phones and encryption software in source or object code The encryption items and software must be for their personal use in private or professional activities Citizens and permanent resident aliens of all countries except Cuba Iran North Korea Sudan and Syria Group E Countries may take with them as personal baggage non retail strong encryption software to all locations except embargoed or otherwise restricted locations License Exception TMP Temporary 15 CFR 740 9 Allows those departing from the US on university business to take with them as tools of the trade UW owned or controlled retail level encryption items such as laptops personal digital assistants PDAs and cell phones and encryption software in source or object code to all countries except Cuba Iran North Korea Sudan and Syria Group E Countries as long as the items and software will remain under their effective control overseas and are returned to the US within 12 months or are consumed or destroyed abroad License Exceptions 15 CFR 740 Under a License Exception exports and reexports of qualifying goods or data require no prior written approval of the U S Department of Commerce Maintenance of Records ITAR DDTC 22 CFR 122 5 Relevant records concerning the manufacture acquisition and disposition of defense articles and the provision of defense services by the registrant must be maintained for a period of 6 years Manufacturing License Agreement MLA A manufacturing license agreement represents a contract written implied or otherwise whereby an entity or individual grants another entity or individual an authorization or a license to manufacture articles on their behalf Misrepresentation and omission of facts ITAR 22 CFR 127 2 It is unlawful to use any export or in transit control document containing a false statement or misrepresenting or omitting a material fact for the purpose of exporting any defense article or technical data or the furnishing of any defense service for which a license or approval is required by the ITAR Missile Technology Control Regime Countries MTCR 22 CFR 120 29 Members countries are Argentina Australia Austria Belgium Brazil Canada Denmark Finland France Germany Greece Hungary Iceland Ireland Italy Japan Luxembourg Netherlands New Zealand Norway Portugal Russia Spain Sweden Switzerland United Kingdom and the United States National Industrial Security Proram Opperating Manual NISPOM DoD 5220 22 M Provides baseline standards for the protection of classified information released or disclosed to industry in connection with classified contracts under the NISP No License Required NLR 15 CFR 772 NLR is a symbol entered on the Shipper s Export Declaration or an Automated Export System record certifying that an export license is not required Non Disclosure Agreement NDA NDAs may limit or prohibit for proprietary purposes or security reasons the disclosure or transfer of disclosed information Research carrying publication participation and or dissemination limitations due to NDA restrictions for associated disclosed information used on a project may preclude characterization of the research effort as fundamental research North American Free Trade Agreement NAFTA 15 CFR 30 1 The formal agreement or treaty among Canada Mexico and the United States to promote trade amongst the three countries It includes measures for the elimination of tariffs and nontariff barriers to trade as well as numerous specific provisions concerning the conduct of trade and investment North Atlantic Treaty Organization Countries NATO 15 CFR 772 Belgium Canada Czech Republic Denmark France Germany Greece Hungary Iceland Italy Luxembourg Netherlands Norway Poland Portugal Spain Turkey United Kingdom and the United States Office of Foreign Assets Control OFAC 310 CFR 500 599 An agency within the U S Department of the Treasury that administers and enforces economic and trade sanctions based on U S foreign policy and national security goals against targeted foreign countries terrorists international narcotics traffickers and those engaged in activities related to the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction The OFAC acts under Presidential wartime and national emergency powers as well as authority granted by specific legislation to impose controls on transactions and freeze foreign assets under U S jurisdiction Original Equipment Manufacture OEM OEM refers to the company that originally manufactured the product Outside party Party that is not a UW Employee or Student but has certain responsibilities with respect to controlling access to SUI This includes subcontractors vendors collaborators consultants volunteers and visitors Principal Investigator PI Person who takes direct responsibility for completion of a funded project directing the research and reporting directly to the funding agency Typically is the lead scientist or engineer for a particular science or other research project such as a laboratory study or clinical trial Proprietary Information Information protected by a sponsor or third party that is not generally known outside the sponsor or third party s organization and has access restrictions for commercial purposes Proprietary information can include business plans intellectual property financial information or other business sensitive information Proprietary Research 15 CFR Part 734 8 a Privately funded research activity undertaken pursuant to a contract between the University and an outside sponsor with commercial interests where the information shared by the outside sponsor and the research results are restricted contractually such as publication restrictions or participation restrictions Protected person 8 U S C 1324b a 3 U S protected persons include political refugees and political asylum holders Public Domain ITAR 22 CFR 120 11 and 125 4 b 13 Information which is already published and generally accessible to the public through books periodicals patents open conferences in the United States websites accessible to the public with no access controls or other public release authorized by the U S government Publicly Available EAR 15 CFR 772 Publicly available technology and non encryption software such as information that is the subject of an open patent application published in a book or periodical released at an open conference anywhere available on a website accessible by the public with no access controls or information that will be published This includes submission of manuscripts to journals for consideration with the understanding that the article will be published if favorably received Reasons for Control 15 CFR 742 Reasons for Control are Anti Terrorism AT Chemical Biological Weapons CB Chemical Weapons Convention CW Crime Control CC Encryption Items EI Firearms Convention FC Missile Technology MT National Security NS Nuclear Nonproliferation NP Regional Stability RS Short Supply SS Significant Items SI Surreptitious Listening SL and United Nations sanctions UN Items controlled within a particular ECCN may be controlled for more than one reason Records 15 CFR 762 2 Supporting material and documentation concerning the manufacture acquisition and disposition copies of all documentation on exports using exemptions and applications and licenses and their related documentation of defense articles or technical data Records may be in electronic or hardcopy format but must be able to produce original format or ability to reproduce as in original format Reexports 15 CFR 772 The shipment of U S origin products from one foreign destination to another For statistical reporting purposes it is those exports of foreignorigin merchandise which have previously entered the United States for consumption or into Customs bonded warehouses for U S Foreign Trade Zones Restricted Information Data or other information that is generally circulated and subject

    Original URL path: http://www.washington.edu/research/?page=ecrGlossary (2014-06-24)
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  • Office of Sponsored Programs - UW Export Control Worksheet for Export of Tangible Items
    of Award Time of Award Advance Budget Number Manage Award Manage Award Program Income Procedures Gifts vs Sponsored Projects Concurrence Letter New Budget Setup Budget Extension Research Performance Progress Report RPPR Forms Learning Learning Acronyms and Abbreviations Faculty Orientation to Research Faculty Development Series Policy Procedures Guidance Policy Procedures Guidance Export Compliance Outgoing Subcontracts Small Business Subcontracting Plan Preparation Instructions SBIR and STTR Programs NIH Designation of Multiple PIs Joint Agreements Contact OSP Contact OSP Directions to OSP Select a Topic Clinical Trials Cost Sharing Export Compliance Grants gov Applications Joint Agreements and Outgoing Subcontracts Working with Industry UW Export Control Worksheet for Export of Tangible Items Search Export Compliance Questions Email exports uw edu Export Compliance Export Home Research Export Controls Export Regulations Technology Control Plan TCP Technology Deemed Exports Export Training Export Control Resources Resource Library Deemed Export Compliance Attestation DECA for H 1B Sponsors eGC1 Help Export Decision Tree Export Glossary Export Control Worksheet Shipping Guide Contact Info for Export Compliance Questions Email exports uw edu Robert H Conley 206 543 3214 Research Security Specialist Office of Sponsored Programs Box 359472 Carol Rhodes 206 543 2139 Associate Director Office of Sponsored Programs Box 359472 Download the Export Control Worksheet Definition The UW Export Control Worksheet is an internal UW document completed by the exporter and provided to the Office of Sponsored Programs The Worksheet prompts from you the necessary information about the items you plan to ship or take with you outside the United States the end use of the item and the end users Purpose Export of tangible items requires export control analysis In order to complete the analysis the quantity nature and specifications of the item s is helpful in determining whether the item is controlled by the regulations Additionally the destination including the end

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  • Office of Sponsored Programs - UW Shipping Guide
    the Export Administration Regulations EAR or the International Traffic in Arms Regulations ITAR If my item is export controlled does it require an export license or the use of a license exception to ship to the end use country Is the End User on any restricted party lists see export gov for a consolidated screening list or contact OSP Does the country of End Use have sanctions or embargoes that prohibit or limit shipment see treasury gov Are there any red flags about the shipment that make you question the legitimacy of the requested goods Restricted Party Screening The Department of Commerce State and Treasury maintain lists of companies entities and persons who may be prohibited or restricted These lists have been consolidated into one list found on the export gov website as a Consolidated Screening List Prior to domestic and foreign shipments of goods or transmission of export controlled software or technology end users should be screened against the Consolidated Screening List at a minimum In addition to the screening an evaluation of the end use and end user should be done to ensure it does not result in an activity prohibited by any U S export regulations or other restriction In the event that an entity or person appears to match a party potentially involved in the transaction contact exports uw edu for assistance Freight Forwarders Electronic Export Information EEI is required when merchandise is shipped from a United States Principal Party of Interest USPPI such as a unit at the University of Washington to one consignee in a single country of destination on a single conveyance on the same day valued over 2 500 per Schedule B or when an export license is required Exports of commodities where the value of the commodities under an individual Schedule B number valued at 2500 or less are exempt from filing EEI s are filed via the Automated Export System AES maintained by the U S Census Bureau All items shipped under an export license are required to submit an EEI regardless of value University employees shipping such items are encouraged to use an authorized agent At this time Expeditors and the Pasha Group are the University s authorized agents who provide EEI filings The account representatives are Tanya Faddoul of Expeditors tanya faddoul expeditors com and Fran Vollaro of the Pasha Group fran vollaro pashanet com If you need additional assistance in obtaining an export license using a license exception or need help with required EEI information please contact exports uw edu Foreign Shipping Guidance Travel Traveling internationally for the University of Washington on business does not exclude you from complying with export control regulations Traveling with export controlled items may require a license or the use of a license exception while you are out of the U S You are responsible in determining if your items are export controlled and require the use of a license or license exception prior to traveling abroad If you need assistance in

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  • PO, Executive Order No. 8, Classified, Proprietary, and Restricted Research
    this provision the term conference means any meeting involving the participation of non University persons and requiring formal approval of the University Consultations needed in connection with already approved classified research projects and not requiring additional financial support will not be considered to be conferences within the context of this provision 3 The Review Process A Preamble 1 As the governing body of the University of Washington the Board of Regents has the legal responsibility for entering into research grant and contract agreements on behalf of the University The Board however seeks recommendations from the faculty concerning policy matters relating to the conduct of research within the University 2 The policy on classified proprietary and otherwise restricted research approved by the Faculty Senate and by the faculty calls for the Faculty Council on Research to make recommendations concerning the appropriateness of entering into research grants or contracts before final decisions are made concerning their acceptance by the University B Mandate The Faculty Council on Research in accordance with the policy statements in Section 2 above shall 1 Review every proposal for a research grant or contract that carries a provision expressed or implied that seeks to limit participation access to facilities or the freedom of the investigators to publish or not to publish the results of such research in full Proposals will be referred to the Faculty Council on Research by the Vice Provost for Research deans or department chairs whenever in their judgment a review is necessitated Notification to the faculty of each recommendation by the Faculty Council on Research shall be promptly published in a University official notice 2 Maintain a current record open for review of the review actions taken by the Faculty Council on Research 3 Make an annual report to the Senate listing each restrictive grant or contract considered during the year The report shall include a Title of project b Name of principal investigator or administrator c Source or sources of funds for support of project d Action by Faculty Council on Research as to approval or disapproval e If approved a short statement of justification for the proposed research in terms of the purposes of the University and in the light of the criteria for approval as listed in Section 3 C below if disapproved a short statement of the reasons for rejection C Criteria for Approval 1 A proposed research grant or contract that involves restrictions on participation access publication or non publication will be recommended for approval only when in the judgment of the Faculty Council on Research the merits of the proposed research and the potential benefits to be realized clearly outweigh the disadvantages of the restrictions The following criteria shall be used as a basis for judgment however a proposal need not qualify under all criteria a Involves unique University capabilities b Has very substantial scholarly scientific or educational benefits c Constitutes a very substantial public service 2 All documents setting forth the terms of the proposed research grant

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  • Financial Interest Disclosure System (FIDS) | Research Tools
    SFI Reviewers No significant impact is anticipated for Non Reviewers however Non Reviewers may notice a difference in disclosure statuses in SPAERC SAGE Disclosures will now reach a status of Review Required only when the disclosures are ready to be reviewed and only if the type of disclosure requires review New logic and data updates were incorporated into FIDS disclosures to achieve the goal of appropriately classifying status Disclosures for all primary eGC1s excluding ATF eGC1s will now be assigned to Review Required or No Review Required depending on whether SFI is present at the time the primary eGC1 receives a child Funding Action Disclosures for primary eGC1s that are After The Fact ATF applications will be assigned to Review Required or No Review Required depending on whether SFI is present at the time the primary eGC1 reaches In OSP or Approved status Disclosures not connected to a primary eGC1 that have SFI will now go directly to WJIT status and remain there unless manually set to Review Required or to No Review Required Getting Started Read UW s FCOI policy Take FCOI training for PHS funded investigator Learn how to use FIDS Looking for SAGE Go to the System

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  • Required Training » Find Required Training
    PHS funded investigators of The University of Washington s revised FCOI Policy effective August 24 2012 The PHS 2011 revised FCOI regulation Their responsibilities regarding disclosure of Significant Financial Interest SFI The definition of an investigator includes the Principal Investigator PI and any other person regardless of title or position that the PI identifies as independently responsible for the design conduct or reporting of the research Who is required to take this training Only PHS funded investigators are required to complete this training for compliance with new PHS regulations However any UW personnel who wishes to complete this training module may do so UW NetID is required to login Summary of the requirement PHS funded investigators or investigators anticipating receiving PHS funds must complete online FCOI training prior to the expenditure of funds on any newly funded projects e g new or continuation awards received on or after August 24 2012 Current PHS awards are not subject to these new requirements until the next noncompeting continuation award is funded if after August 24 2012 This training requirement applies only to PHS funded investigators effective August 24 2012 However all PHS funded investigators who wish to complete this mandatory training prior

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