An agreement on the use of data (or the transmission of material) is required when researchers from the university or a related company are considering research involving the exchange of data/samples with an external body (supplier or recipient) when the data/samples contain personally identifiable information (protected PII) or protected health information. The HIPAA Privacy Rule provides limited data for the use and disclosure of protected health information for research, public health, or healthcare companies. Principal applicants who wish to share data/samples containing pii protégé or Protected HI must comply: a Data Use Agreement (DUA) is a legally binding agreement between the University of Nevada, Reno (University) and an external body (e.g.B. of another academic institution, private company, federal or national authority, which regulates the conditions under which research data is transm ises to this external body. in particular where personal data is subject to legal data protection laws and regulations. The agreement describes the confidentiality requirements of the judicial authority governing data protection, security measures and the university`s data use policies and procedures. The DUA serves both as a means of informing data users of these requirements and of obtaining their consent to compliance with these requirements. In addition, the DUA serves as a control mechanism to track the location of the university`s data and the reason for the disclosure of the data. NON-Disclosure Agreements (NDAs) are the prerequisites for opening discussions on licensing, partnerships and commercialization of research through the protection of confidential information exchanged to assess the technical and commercial potential of the disclosed information. There are different types of contractual agreements that are used for research at the university. You will find information and models below.
The recipient is responsible for compliance with the requirements for the IRB authorisation for the proposed uses of the dataset. The data provider may request documentation of the IRB authorisation before the conclusion of the agreement. An MTA is required whenever a faculty member of the university provides or receives research material from or from organizations outside the university. The contract sets out the conditions of use of the material in order to ensure that it is properly used by the designated consignee for the intended purposes. . . .