Federal Agency Disclosure Resources
The following resources have been compiled to assist Stanford researchers and administrators with understanding the various disclosure requirements related to their support, resources and time commitments. Disclosures can be required at the time of proposal, just-in-time, prior to award acceptance, annual reporting and during the life of the award. Federal agencies have expanded their disclosure requirements to include all paid or in-kind resources supporting a PI’s research program, whether the support is made through Stanford or provided directly to the PI.
The webpages maintained below are specific to the National Institutes of Health.
For guidance regarding other Federal Sponsors (NSF, DoD, NASA, etc.), please visit the ORA Disclosure Resources webpage.
DUE January 7, 2022 (Internally): For NIH Investigators, who have employment or certain appointments with non-US entities, Investigators should upload copies of pertinent agreements related to their employment or appointments at non-US entities, for internal review into OPACS for review prior to submission as part of NIH Other Support documents. More information, including a decision tree, may be found on the Stanford Dean of Research Webpage found here: Disclosing External Agreements - NIH.
The NIH Other Support: Call-to-Action Town Hall Webinar was held on December 15, 2021. Please see the recording and slide deck below (SUNet Login Required).
This page was updated January 3, 2022.