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Many universities are not achieving full recovery of facilities and administrative (F&A) costs, which leaves money on the table. This insight outlines how universities and research teams should approach F&A rates and policies for both industry partners and foundations to recover as much F&A as possible.
Explore four resources that will help chief research officers protect universities from foreign interference in the research enterprise.
EAB’s IT Forum hosted a Q&A panel with three senior IT leaders with experience navigating Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) at their institutions. Explore key takeaways from the roundtable event.
Update on US-China research relations, and headlines you might have missed during the COVID disruption
The drumbeat of US vs. China sentiment in Washington DC has grown stronger, giving way to new policies and positions that will negatively impact US research universities. Some of these dustups make national news, but given the whirlwind of information related to COVID, it is easy to lose track of what is happening on a global scale. This write up summarizes stories relevant to university research leaders monitoring how the federal government is responding to foreign interference and global research partnerships.
Many universities struggle with space optimization, despite its importance to recovering facilities and administrative (F&A ) costs. With smart space accounting practices, chief research officers can better capture the full scope of research across campus and boost negotiated F&A rates.
Discover the implications the Senate's report on foreign interference could have for how universities monitor and support faculty-driven research.
The University Research Forum is working to source ideas and resources to support research leaders and their teams as the novel coronavirus has shaped a “new normal” for colleges and universities. Explore our resource center for policies and press releases from your peer institutions and resources from the broader community.
To help higher education leaders prepare for potential foreign interference in research, we share three recommendations for CROs.
This report profiles the ways that progressive institutions are encouraging researchers to self-identify and mitigate the risks to their research data, as well as strategies to identify emerging research compliance risks.
Research universities are rethinking and reorganizing how they approach management and security of faculty data. While the NSPM-33 outlines important parameters for both universities and federal funding agencies, there are still many unanswered questions across the industry as it relates to implementation and downstream implications of this guidance.