The following, incomprehensive list provides general grants office, institution-wide, and federal policies pertaining to external grants and contracts, including cooperative agreements.
Conflicts of Interest (COIs)
Combating Trafficking in Persons (CTIP)
Clause 55.222-50 of the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) prohibits any Employee, subcontractotr, or agent from engaging in human trafficking or trafficking-related activity and includes dissemination requirements, which are fulfilled in part by this notice. Here, “Employee” means a Loyola employee who is engaged in work supported by Federal funds and who has other than minimal impact on the project, and "Loyola employee" applies, but is not limited to faculty. Principal Investigators/Project Directors of federally funded activities are responsible for reading the CTIP FAR clause, adhering to the CTIP policy contained therein, and communicating this policy to each Employee and each subcontractor and agent associated with the project.
Export Control - This term refers to laws, regulations, and policies that are designed to promote national security and public poilcy by restricting the sharing of certain controlled technologies, services, and information to foreign nationals, foreign entities, or foreign countries. To help make individuals participating in sponsored projects aware of these restrictions, the Office of Grants and Sponsored Programs will (1) post to its website an overview of Export Control; (2) confirm that any activity associated with a sponsored project and identified as export controlled is appropriately licensed; and (3) develop an internal clearance form that asks whether the proposed project involves
Sabbatical Time and Effort Policy – Loyola faculty are permitted to charge sponsored projects for time and effort expended during paid sabbatical leave in accordance with the each sponsor’s policy, provided that the compensation is proportional to the service rendered and based on the faculty member’s institutional base salary. Sabbatical leave paid by the university, in combination with other compensation (e.g., partial salary from a grant or contract), may not exceed 100% of the individual’s institutional base salary. Contact Heidi Davis for further information.
Scientific/Research and Scholarly Misconduct – We are in the process of updating the original policy, which was approved by President Carter in 1990 and can be found here. Faculty and staff participating in government-supported sponsored research should review the interim policy and procedures to familiarize themselves with the current federal regulations and with all of the steps that an allegation of misconduct would involve. Until a new policy is finalized and approved, the interim policy will be used for all cases of alleged misconduct involving government-supported sponsored research.
If you believe that a faculty or staff member is engaged in scientific or scholarly misconduct, contact the Director of Grants and Sponsored Programs, (504) 865-3866, to receive confidential consultation or make a formal allegation. If the alleged misconduct is not associated with sponsored research that is supported by a federal, state, or other government agency/office, the 1990 policy will be followed, with the the role of Senior Vice President and Dean of Facilities being filled by the Vice Provost. Otherwise, the interim policy and procedures will be followed.