The Georgia Institute of Technology has adopted policies on institutional and financial conflicts of interest. These policies are in accord with the requirements of the National Science Foundation and the US Public Health Service, including the National Institutes of Health, which state that institutions conducting research sponsored by those agencies shall provide for the disclosure and review of investigators' interests that are related to the research. Georgia Tech Conflict of Interest Policies: Links to these pages will open in a new browser window.
- Conflict of Interest, Consulting and Disclosure
- Faculty Handbook - the CoI Section is located under General Institute Policies Section 5.6: Conflict of Interest and Outside Professional Activity Policy.
- GT Computer & Network Usage and Security Policy (CNUSP)
Federal Agency Guidelines and Policies