Disclosure and Reporting Requirements

Letter from the Provost and EVPRP related to foreign influence on research and scholarship

FAQ - Disclosure and Reporting Requirements

Both Domestic and International

  • Disclose to the Sponsored Program Services Office all research projects you devote effort to – ongoing or proposed – both domestic and international - in the Current and Pending Support/Other Support of your proposal application or at Just-in-Time.  This includes any direct support provided to you, even if not officially through Purdue.
  • Disclose to the University Development Office any gift solicitation with all individuals and organizations in compliance with University requirements.
  • Disclose your outside professional activities and financial relationships, whether compensated or uncompensated, through the Reportable Outside Activity Form. Such disclosures must include all work for, or financial interests received from, domestic and international institutions of higher education or the government or quasi-governmental organizations.
  • Disclose financial interests related to your research in all public sharing of research results including journal articles, presentations, and other publications.  Journals and professional organizations have various, often broader standards for financial interest disclosure than the University. Review those standards for each relevant journal or organization and disclose appropriately. Disclose to Purdue research related Significant Financial Interests, including stipends, living expenses, payments and travel reimbursements received from other organizations.
  • Promptly disclose intellectual property to the Office of Technology Commercialization and remind your group members to do the same.
  • Promptly alert departmental leadership and the Export Control/Information Assurance Office in the event you believe a collaborator or visitor is misusing their access or relationship with Purdue.
  • Provide appropriate supervision for all visits and visiting scholars that you host to ensure that they are upholding University policy and are appropriately using University resources.
  • Comply with US export control regulations when doing any of the following: accepting publication restrictions in research; traveling internationally and attending conferences; participating in international collaborations; using proprietary information; working with international staff and students; hosting international visitors; shipping materials internationally; or engaging in any international transactions.


International Only


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