New Policies & Legislation Have Changed How Programs Must Handle Conflicts-Of-Interest (COI) Disclosures

The passage of new legislation and policies, such as the “CHIPS and Science Act” and the National Security Presidential Memorandum 33 (NSPM-33), has changed how research organizations must  handle Conflicts-Of-Interest (COI) Disclosure Process.

While it was designed to protect American research and innovation, this new legislations has left some research institutions unsure of how to best adapt to these new compliance changes.

Your Solution to Streamline & Strengthen Your COI Disclosure Process

Designed to streamline and provide efficiency, the Express COI Disclosure Veracity Check identifies omissions and errors to create a tailored remediation plan to ensure your program stays up-to-date with any new policies and remains compliant.

With IPTalons, you can rest easy knowing that you’ve efficiently safeguarded your institution’s research and innovation.


How Does It Work?

It starts with a phone call and then all you have

Getting started is simple. All you have to do is schedule a call and we will walk you through how our Veracity Checks can meet your specific needs and goals.

Just simply click the button below and get started.

Sit Back & Relax, While We Get to Work

Using internal platforms, our team filters and identifies any errors or omissions in the COI Disclosure Process.

Based on our findings, we craft a tailored Adjudication and Remediation Plan that’ll meet your team’s security & compliance needs.


Resolve Past, Present, & Future COI Issues


With your tailored Solutions & Plans, we’ll work with you to solve any historical and current COI issues as well as prepare for the future.

Working with IPTalons guarantees that your team is ready for the security challenges of today and tomorrow, making COI issues a thing of the past.


Take the Next Step in Protecting Your Research

“IPTalons provided us with critical insights into our COI risks…and helped us restore integrity in our research programs”

Chief Research Security Officer, R1 University

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