42 CFR 93.309 - Reporting to ORI on the decision to initiate an investigation.
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(a) Within 30 days of finding that an investigation is warranted, the institution must provide ORI with the written finding by the responsible institutional official and a copy of the inquiry report which includes the following information—
(3) The PHS support, including, for example, grant numbers, grant applications, contracts, and publications listing PHS support;
(2) The research records and evidence reviewed, transcripts or recordings of any interviews, and copies of all relevant documents; and
(c) Documentation of decision not to investigate. Institutions must keep sufficiently detailed documentation of inquiries to permit a later assessment by ORI of the reasons why the institution decided not to conduct an investigation. Consistent with § 93.317, institutions must keep these records in a secure manner for at least 7 years after the termination of the inquiry, and upon request, provide them to ORI or other authorized HHS personnel.
(d) Notification of special circumstances. In accordance with § 93.318, institutions must notify ORI and other PHS agencies, as relevant, of any special circumstances that may exist.
Title 42 published on 2013-10-01
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