Harvard University Participation Agreement

If you provide links to the signing of the participation agreement, it is best to direct people to the website of the Office of the Vice Prophet of Research. For more information on the Harvard University Participation Agreement, please see the Intellectual Property Directive. In this section, there is a direct link to the participation agreement (gmas.harvard.edu/gmas/participationagreement) in which people who have an HUID but do not have security to access GMAS can sign. On February 4, 2008, the President and Fellows of Harvard College adopted the Statement on Intellectual Property Policy. This guideline, as may be amended from time to time, applies to all members of the university and visitors conducting research at Harvard institutions. In addition, federal policy requires the university to request written agreements from any person who, as part of a publicly funded program, conducts research on its reporting and attribution obligations. If you have any questions or comments, please email us at contactgmas@harvard.edu. Anyone doing research at Harvard should either sign with Harvard University. 2. The person who must sign has a start date of three working days or less in the past, or a start date that is in the future: anyone who does research at Harvard must sign either the Harvard University Participation Agreement or the Harvard University Visitor Participation Agreement. Click on the type of visitor that best describes your visitor for the corresponding form: If a person needs to sign the participation agreement before its start date, they must be configured in the identity management system (IDM/MIDAS) as a person of interest in a role that GMAS receives (for more information on this, see the “Person of Interest” blog on the GMAS blog). This is often the case when a person is provided with a link from the GMAS application profile or from the person in which the participation agreement is posted if necessary. Only people with adequate security to access GMAS can access these links.

Most of the time, people who need to sign don`t have the right security to access GMAS, and the result is a security error. . 1. .