22.4.1 All employees
18.104.22.168 All University employees must complete and submit a Conflict of Interest Disclosure Form for External Activities annually; and
22.214.171.124 All University employees with a new conflict must immediately disclose and discuss with a supervisor as well as contacting the Faculty Affairs Office (faculty and academic staff), or the Rules and Compliance Section (other employees).
22.4.2 All supervisors
All supervisors must instruct employees regarding the content of this chapter.
126.96.36.199 All supervisors must monitor employee activities with regard to receipt of gifts/favors from vendors and sponsors, employment of and transactions involving related parties, use of inside information, purchases of goods and services from research sponsors, and employment of and purchases from “related parties ”.
188.8.131.52 All Supervisors must review the OIST Rules for Security Export Control and ensure the export of goods and the provision of technologies by employees or themselves is carried out in accordance with the established procedures.
22.4.3 All Employees campaigning for public office
All employees campaigning for public office must advise his or her supervisor.
22.4.4 Academic Staff and Faculty
Academic Staff and Faculty must make additional disclosures set out at 22.3.3.
22.4.5 The Dean of Faculty Affairs and the Secretary General
The Dean of Faculty Affairs, for faculty and academic staff, and the Secretary General, for all other employees, must establish procedures to assure compliance with annual disclosure and other Conflict of Interest reporting requirements, provide initial review of disclosed situation, and request the Coflict of Interest Review Panel to assess the fact when it finds the situation that might create conflict of interests or commitments.
22.4.6 The Secretary General
The Secretary General must establish and staff a “Conflict of Interest Review Panel” comprised of the General Counsel, the CCO, and two faculty members. The Secretary General is responsible for making determination of appropriate actions regarding conflict of interests or commitments, hearing report and recommendation by the panel. In addition, the Secretary General, for University Officers and Senior Level Executives, must establish procedures to assure compliance with annual disclosure and other Conflict of Interest reporting requirements, provide review of disclosed situation, and report to the President and Board of Governors when it deems necessary.
184.108.40.206 The Secretary General, as the Responsible Officer of security export control, oversees all operations related to export control at the University, and gives final approval to the determination of applicable classification and the transaction review.
22.4.7 The Conflict of Interest Review Panel
The “Conflict of Interest Review Panel” (the General Counsel , the CCO, and two faculty members appointed by the Dean of Faculty Affairs) in the office of the Secretary General will assess the facts and report their findings and recommendation to the Secretary General for decision.
22.4.8 The General Counsel
In addition to serving on the Secretary General’s “Conflict of Interest Review Panel,” the General Counsel must review research-related agreements and arrangements for impermissible special provisions and other potential conflicts of interest.
22.4.9 Security Export Control Officer
The Security Export Control Officer assists the responsible officer in the appropriate implementation of security export control at the University, and provides necessary advice and support to employees who intend to export goods or to provide technologies in accordance with the OIST Rules for Security Export Control.
22.4.10 Other Responsibilities regarding Security Export Control
Other responsibilities related to security export control are set forth in the OIST Rules for Security Export Control.