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What’s Next in Research Security Compliance? Considerations from the NSPM-33 Guidance to Federal Funding Agencies


By David Schwartz
Published: May 10th, 2022

Compliance with federal research security regulations – particularly those related to improper foreign research influence – have been a major source of frustration and risk for universities and their research faculty.

The National Security Presidential Memorandum NSPM-33 may provide some relief and some clarity, but it also introduces new rules and new documentation, and an urgent need for compliance staff and university researchers to get up to speed on key compliance requirements.

What’s Next in Research Security Compliance? Considerations from the NSPM-33 Guidance to Federal Funding Agencies, scheduled for May 18th, will focus on the specifics of the NSPM-33 Guidance to Federal Funding Agencies, providing clear and effective rules for ensuring research security and defining researcher responsibilities. Using the NSPM-33 Guidance as a roadmap, our expert panel will explore what’s in store for research compliance, including specifics on conflicts of interest and commitment, digital persistent identifiers, and the role of faculty in research security regulatory adherence.

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