Georgetown University's Financial Conflicts of Interest Policy underscores the fundamental expectation that our work will be conducted with objectivity and integrity. It seeks to identify potential, actual, or apparent financial conflicts of interest, and provides processes for disclosure of interests that may create such conflicts and for eliminating, or, when appropriate, managing them. It also addresses the special obligations that those members of the University community whose research or other work is supported by external funds have to maintain the public's or a funder's trust. The Policy applies to all University employees.
Please use the links to the left to navigate the policy.
To find answers to questions about the policy and disclosure requirements,select the Frequently Asked Questions link below.