Uf Data Use Agreement


The manual chapter of the USGS Survey 500.26 – Domestic Memorandum of Understanding states: “If necessary, languages are included [in MOUs] such as: All data and information generated as a result of this agreement must be made available to the USGS as part of its current programmes. This includes, if necessary, the publication of the results, unless it is prohibited for well-founded protection and security reasons. “One of the challenges of the territorial community is to promote data exchange and cooperation between several agencies and organizations at several levels of public, private and associative organizations. The interchangeable and successfully collaborating field of interchangeable data is based on the adoption of guiding principles, the identification of best practices and the recognition of challenges that may include political, scientific and technological issues. (National Geospatial Advisory Committee, 2011) The USGS must not share or exchange records or data that: the OCR Contracting Team is also responsible for the preparation, negotiation and activation of incoming and outgoing confidentiality agreements (CDAs), data transfer and usage agreements (DTUAs), subawards and other complex contractual agreements under the OCR. Data exchange agreements protect against data misuse and promote early communication between agencies on data processing and use issues. The Office of Clinical Research (OCR) contract team represents the University of Florida in the preparation, negotiation and activation of all OCR-sponsored agreements (with a particular focus on federally and industrially funded clinical research contracts). A Data Use Agreement (ACA) is a contractual document used for the transfer of data developed by non-profit, public or private companies when the data is not public or subject to other usage restrictions. Often, this data is a necessary component of a research project and can be data from human subjects from a clinical trial or data set limited to the meaning of HIPAA. Universities will want to ensure that the terms of the AAU protect confidentiality if necessary, but allow for adequate publication and sharing of research results, in accordance with academic guidelines, applicable laws and regulations, and federal requirements.

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