Any organization planning to enter into a collaborative subrecipient relationship with the Cal Poly Pomona Foundation, Inc. (on behalf of the University) must complete this form at the proposal stage. Guidance on how to complete the form follows:
Conflict of interest requirements usually apply if you are submitting a proposal (including for subawards) to a private entity or to the National Science Foundation (NSF) or the National Institutes of Health/PHS (NIH). Submission of proposals to these funders requires the completion of a specific conflict of interest form prior to submission by every CPP Investigator listed in the budget and participating in the project.
Each funder type requires a different form, as follows. Forms and procedures are available at the links below. ORSP Leads will assist PI's directly in determining which form is needed for each proposal:
PRIVATE/NON-GOVERNMENTAL: Submission to a private entity (unless exempt) requires the completion of a Conflict of Interest form 700-U (statement for economic interest).
NSF: Submission to NSF requires a Conflict of Interest Disclosure Form for NSF proposals.
NIH/PHS: Submission to NIH requires a Conflict of Interest Disclosure Form for NIH/PHSproposals.
NEW: Conflict of Interest Policy, Procedures, and Forms - for NIH/PHS Proposals (effective no later than Aug. 24, 2012 )
Investigators are responsible to read the NIH Regulations on Financial Conflict of interest including details of all disclosure requirements, and the Interim CPP University Policy all of which are provided below, prior to completing the Disclosure Form. A “CITI” Web-based Tutorial is also provided at the link below, to assist you in complying with these regulations and to meet the NIH-mandated training requirement:
CPP’s Institutional Procedures-- please complete the three steps below, which will fulfill the requirements:
The following items provide full details and background regarding the regulations, and are provided by NIH:
Questions may be emailed to ORSP@csupomona.edu