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What are the responsibilities of the Institution for subrecipients (e.g. consortia) or subcontractors?

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What are the responsibilities of the Institution for subrecipients (e.g. consortia) or subcontractors?

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As stated above, Institutions carrying out NIH-funded research through subrecipients (e.g. subgrantees, contractors, or collaborators) or subcontractors must take reasonable steps to ensure that Investigators working for such entities comply with the regulation, either by requiring those Investigators to comply with the awardee Institution’s policy or by requiring the entities to provide assurances to the awardee Institution that will enable the awardee Institution to comply with the regulation. In addition, the awardee Institution is responsible for reporting to the NIH any conflicting interests it has identified, including those of its subrecipients/subcontractors, and assuring that the interest has been managed, reduced, or eliminated in accordance with the regulation.

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