The State of California has issued a revised 700-U Statement of Economic Interests for Principal Investigators for immediate use. The revised form, dated 2012/2013, is available on the Conflict of Interest Committee web site and is the only version that will now be accepted. If you have any questions please contact Jyl Baldwin (email@example.com, 2-8110). This year, no changes have been made to the form itself, and there are no substantive changes to the instructions.
California law requires disclosure of financial interest in the sponsor
of a research project; the donor of a research gift; and, under
certain circumstances, the provider of materials under a Material
Transfer Agreement (MTA) when that sponsor, donor, or provider is a
non-governmental source. For research projects, the Statement of
Economic Interests for Principal Investigators (Form 700-U) should
accompany the proposal and Proposal Review Form to the Sponsored Projects Office
or to the Industry Alliances Office. For MTAs, the Form 700-U should
accompany the Material Transfer Agreement Review Form to the Industry Alliances Office.