Unfunded Agreement


A DTUA is a contractual document used for the transfer of data developed by an institution, non-profit organization, government or private industry when the data is not public or is subject to certain restrictions on its use. For example, records of government authorities, institutions or companies, information about student data, and existing data from human research subjects. Often, this data is an integral part of a research project and can be data from individuals from a clinical trial or a limited data set as defined by the HIPC. The DTUA Terms should protect confidentiality where necessary, but allow for the proper publication and dissemination of research results, in accordance with Texas A&M guidelines, applicable laws and regulations, and federal requirements. Confidentiality agreements are similar in that they limit the use and disclosure of the data set. For COVID 19 research: 1) indicate in the application form below that the agreement will support COVID-19 research and 2) send an email to OCGAContractSupport@ucsd.edu`s Complementary Research Agreements team to ensure that the agreement request is identified as an urgent request regarding COVID-19. Contracts and agreements are treated as “unfunded agreements” or UFOs, as they do not involve external financial support. UFAs are integrated into the eResearch Proposal Management (eRPM) system in order to establish a record of the agreement in the university system and to allow the research community to more easily link the corresponding agreements, monitor the status of UFOs and communicate with administrative and central centers. Tamra can contribute to the preparation of cooperation agreements. Are not intended for funding applications or other agreements to belong to research projects, company affiliation and donation programs (CAPS and RAPS) or international affiliations.

Expected attribution type: Select the description that best fits the agreement you are submitting An unfunded agreement (or UFA – called “OOOfah”) is a set of data in the eResearch Proposal Management (eRPM) system (such as a PAF or AWD) that constitutes a non-financial agreement with a sponsor, z.B. a confidentiality agreement (NDA), a Data Use Agreement (DUA), Material Transfer Agreement (MTA) or research cooperation. This process is completed through the PI Sign UFA activity in the UFA work area and must be “signed” by the Principal Investigator (PI) in the system prior to the ORSP verification. This Agreement is governed by the laws of the State of California. It is envisaged that the work of this agreement can be carried out without the employee`s confidential information being passed on to California. However, if it is necessary to disclose the employee`s confidential information, the employee will notify California in advance and in writing. The employee`s confidential information is clearly indicated as such in writing. If information deemed confidential or desired is disclosed orally, such confidential information must be reduced by the employee to the letter within thirty (30) days of oral publication and made available to California. . . .