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MISSION. To empower and bolster logical revelation and its application to accomplish a future when all tumors are exceptional and effortlessly treated. Objectives. To secure new learning to anticipate, recognize, analyze, and treat ailment and disabilityTo manage the Nation\'s therapeutic examination capacityTo give Federal stewardship.

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Irreconcilable situation in Research NCI Ethics and You A Primer for New Employees

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MISSION To invigorate and bolster logical disclosure and its application to accomplish a future when all growths are exceptional and effectively treated

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GOALS To secure new learning to help avert, identify, analyze, and treat malady and handicap To manage the Nation's restorative research ability To give Federal stewardship

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GOALS And do it with the most astounding conceivable trustworthiness and duty in the lead of science

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The Non-Government to Government Transition Retool your essential suppositions…

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The Non-Government to Government Transition A Federal occupation is an open trust

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The Non-Government to Government Transition Federal corporate morals are laws and controls Executive Orders Federal Laws Federal Regulations

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Conflict of Interest in Research Conflicting Financial Interests Impartiality in Performing Official Duties Misuse of Position Representation Gifts Activities with Outside Organizations Seeking Other Employment

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Conflicting Financial Interests Business thought says, " Put your cash where your mouth is—put resources into what you have confidence in!" Federal thought says, " If the legislature pays you to take a shot at it, keep your own accounts out of it."

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Conflicting Financial Interests Federal criminal law says that you can't make official move in your occupation on matters that will affect your own budgetary advantages

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Conflicting Financial Interests They include: Stocks, investment opportunities, securities Mutual assets and segment stores Salary, charges, honoraria, or other pay Invention rights and sovereignties Employment premiums - proficient position or title

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Conflicting Financial Interests Personal monetary premiums are those of: Yourself Spouse Minor kids or lawful wards Organization in which you are an accomplice, officer, trustee, board part, worker Organization with whom you are looking for business

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Conflicting Financial Interests Federal representatives, analysts, therapeutic staff, chairmen, contracting faculty, awards work force, acquirement staff, and others holding places of trust…

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Conflicting Financial Interests Should not possess >$5,000 in stock in the related organization Should not have a life partner… working for the organization Should not have an outside action with the organization Should not consult for work with the organization Should not acknowledge supported travel/endowments from the organization

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Conflicting Financial Interests What would it be a good idea for you to do in the event that you think you have an irreconcilable circumstance?

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Conflicting Financial Interests DISQUALIFY Stop, don't pass go, don't gather $200

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Conflicting Financial Interests DISCLOSE Contact your Ethics Official

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Conflicting Financial Interests RESOLVE Work out a Solution

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Contacting NCI Ethics Officials nciethics-r@mail.nih.gov Bethesda Office 301-496-1148 Maureen Wilson, Ph.D., DEC, wilsonm@mail.nih.gov Cheryl Lynn Nelson nelsonc2@mail.nih.gov Rockville Office 301-496-9950 Cynthia Morgan morganc@mail.nih.gov Shari Wahlert wahlerts@mail.nih.gov Frederick Office 301-846-5286 Mary Gregg mgregg@mail.nih.gov Diane Christensen christdi@mail.nih.gov

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Conflict of Interest in Research Conflicting Financial Interests Impartiality in Performing Official Duties Misuse of Position Representation Gifts Activities with Outside Organizations Seeking Other Employment

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Impartiality in Performing Official Duties A Question of Fairness You ought not follow up on a matter if a sensible individual who knew the conditions of the circumstance Could honestly scrutinize your reasonableness or Imply predisposition or preference

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Impartiality in Performing Official Duties What may infer inclination or partiality? Acting in an official obligation matter Involving a relative who is not your life partner, minor kid or lawful ward Involving an association in which your mate, minor kid, or lawful ward is looking for business Involving somebody who paid you a compensation, charge, honorarium,… inside the most recent 12 months Involving a person with whom you have a nearby individual or expert relationship

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Impartiality in Performing Official Duties What is the test for fairness? Would you be open to perusing about it in the Washington Post? Would you like your mother to peruse about it in the daily paper?

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Impartiality in Performing Official Duties What do you do on the off chance that you think you have an issue? Contact a NCI Ethics Official nciethics-r@mail.nih.gov Bethesda Office 301-496-1148 Executive Blvd. Office 301-9950 Frederick Office 301-846-5286

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Conflict of Interest in Research Conflicting Financial Interests Impartiality in Performing Official Duties Misuse of Position Representation Gifts Activities with Outside Organizations Seeking Other Employment

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Misuse of Position You can't utilize your position with the Government for your very own pick up or for the advantage of others - this incorporates: Family Friends Neighbors Charitable causes Others

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Misuse of Position Also, you may not utilize Government assets including: Property - telephones, PCs, offices Time – yours or others Non-open data

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Conflict of Interest in Research Conflicting Financial Interests Impartiality in Performing Official Duties Misuse of Position Representation Gifts Activities with Outside Organizations Seeking Other Employment

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Representation A Federal law precludes representatives from speaking to the interests of any individual or association before any office of the Federal Government with the expectation to impact. But Self Spouse, minor youngsters, and lawful wards Parents

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Representation Examples: Testifying in a Federal Court other than for the US Government Appearing before Congress in the interest of an outside association Lobbying Political Activities Advocating for honor of concede or contract Representing a companion or neighbor before a branch of the US Government Social Security Peer Review

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Conflict of Interest in Research Conflicting Financial Interests Impartiality in Performing Official Duties Misuse of Position Representation Gifts Activities with Outside Organizations Seeking Other Employment

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Gifts You may not request or acknowledge a blessing from people or associations who: Do business with or look to work with your office Seek official activity by your office Are directed by your office Have interests that might be fundamentally influenced by you when you are doing your occupation Are giving you a blessing on account of your official positions Gifts can be seen as rewards under the law

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Gifts What is a Gift? Tip Favor Discount Entertainment Hospitality Loan or Forbearance Other thing having money related esteem

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Gifts What is not a Gift? Unassuming nourishment and refreshments at a meeting Loans for the most part accessible from business moneylenders Benefits, rates, rebates by and large accessible to general society or all Government workers Plaques, testaments or trophies Rewards or prizes given as a feature of open occasions Pensions or different advantages from interest in a representative advantage arrange Anything purchased or secured by the Government A Gift acknowledged by the Government under law

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Gifts What are special cases to the blessing arrangements? Blessings esteemed at $20 or less and close to $50/source/year NO CASH or SECURITIES! Waiver of enrollment for a meeting at which you are speaking Authorized participation at a broadly gone to occasion important to your office

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Conflict of Interest in Research Conflicting Financial Interests Impartiality in Performing Official Duties Misuse of Position Representation Gifts Activities with Outside Organizations Seeking Other Employment

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Activities with Outside Organizations What you can do Depends on what you accomplish for the Government ~Need earlier clearance~

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Activities with Outside Organizations Generally Activities including proficient ability with associations outside the Department of Health and Human Services

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Activities with Outside Organizations Teaching and Speaking Writing and Editing Consulting/Advising Legal Consulting/Advice Outside Clinical Practice Legal Advice Serving on Boards and Committees

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Activities with Outside Organizations Official - You speak to the NCI Related to proficient and official fitness Use Government title and alliance Use Government assets Use Government time Use Government travel –sometimes reimburseable May discuss momentum projects*** May serve on loads up and committees*** May give guidance, yet for the most part not consult*** ***with impediments

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Activities with Outside Organizations Personal - You speak to yourself Related to proficient skill May be remunerated or uncompensated May not utilize your Government title and connection May not utilize Government assets if repaid May not utilize Government time if remunerated May not utilize Government travel – might be repaid in specific conditions May not utilize non-open data or talk about your ebb and flow extends inside the most recent 12 months

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Activities with Outside Organizations What on the off chance that you can't choose whether it is authentic business or individual movement? Contact a NCI Ethics Official nciethics-r@mail.nih.gov Bethesda Office 301-496-1148 Frederick Office 301-846-5286

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Activities with Outside Organizations How would you acquire leeway?

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Activities with Outside Organizations BEFORE YOU A

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