December 19, 2020

Va Data Transfer Agreement

Starting May 1, 2017, investigators will be required to share important compliance information with the Office of Sponsored Programs when a federal stream is spent by subaward. When outsourcing involves the exchange of personal data, the Office of Sponsored Programs will work with the auditor to assess whether an agreement on the use of the data is necessary. To find out when a DUA is needed, see Limited Purpose CRADA: transfer of sample or data material for research purposes. MTAs and LESAs are legally binding agreements and can only be signed by authorized university officials. If you send or receive materials or data (which are not yet covered by another agreement), you must use an MTA or DUA that meets the legal and regulatory requirements of the University of Virginia. The Air Force has a standard CRADA model. The Clinical Research Technology Transfer (T2) mechanisms, including THE CRADAs, which are the most frequent agreement of the Air Force Medical Service (AFMS), are supported by staff from the Office of Research services and air technology (ORTA). In some places, the power to implement AFMS health CRADAs may be delegated to medical wings (z.B 59th Medical Wings) and medical treatment facilities (MTFs; e.B. 60th medical group).

Other types of agreements used by AFMS can be found in the 59 MDW Research Reference Guide. Special CRADAs are shorter versions of a CRADA to meet a particular need. It may be an NDA and/or MTA. An NDA is completed to protect proprietary discussions between the parties. An MTA is a short-term agreement (no more than 1 to 2 years) in which a single transfer is made to test equipment and/or information. The federal laboratory can be either the recipient or the supplier. This is an AAU that would transfer data from Stony Brook University to another institution. It is recommended that an outgoing AEA be provided if one of the following circumstances arises: (B) The company wishes to provide the data processor with certain services that involve the processing of personal data.

For the U.S. Army Medical Research and Materiel Command (USAMRMC), CRADAs are the preferred contractual vehicle for cooperation with industry and science. In addition, as part of cooperation with military laboratories or research institutes, the United States