Due diligence

Reflecting the growing international reach and complexity of the research and related knowledge exchange activities conducted at Oxford Brookes, as well as the ever evolving set of statutory requirements for, and good practice on, conducting research we are revisiting our approach to assessing the risks and frameworks within which we undertake this range of activities.

As well as this wide range of activities, Oxford Brookes encourages national and international collaborations. In order to ensure that these partnerships run as smoothly as possible, Due Diligence needs to take place, as early as possible, to ensure compliance with statutory, contractual and funder requirements. It is fundamental to good governance and ethical decision-making, to provide guidance for agreements, contracts, employment, visiting academics, sharing of intellectual property, associations, or monetary exchanges.

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For further information please contact Robyn Curtis.