Compliance Matters | May 2020
Issue 2, Volume 8
Compliance Matters is a publication from the Office of Compliance and Risk Management.
With this newsletter, we send you our best wishes for your wellbeing as we work through this remarkable period in our lives and provide an update on key changes within the Office of Compliance and Risk Management. >
Annual Administrator Conflicts of Interest Disclosure Process
The Annual Administrator Conflict of Interest Disclosure Process will launch next month; designated administrators will receive a request to complete a brief Annual Questionnaire, which is due on June 10, 2020 >
Accreditation of NYU’s Campus Security Program
Reminder for Full-time Faculty: Annual Conflict of Interest Surveys Due May 11, 2020
Full-time faculty are reminded that the 2020 Annual Conflict of Interest (COI) Disclosure surveys for faculty can be accessed through the COI Website. Faculty must complete and submit their Annual COI Disclosures by May 11. >
Coronavirus Information and Resources
For official updates from NYU regarding the current status of the COVID-19 virus and its impact on the university community visit the NYU Coronavirus Information and Resources page. This page provides up to date information and resources for faculty, staff, and students, as well, as alumni and parents.
Also in this Issue
With NYU’s move to remote instruction and teleworking, the Office of Compliance and Risk Management remains available to provide the University community at Washington Square and all global sites with compliance training and awareness programs on the Code of Ethical Conduct, University policies pertaining to Conflicts of Interest, Export Controls, Anti-Bribery and Corruption, and other topics. For information about upcoming compliance webinars or to schedule a virtual training and awareness program for your team, please contact us at email@example.com or visit our website.
NYU Compliance and Risk Reporting Line
If you have questions regarding policy violations, compliance and risk concerns, or best business practices, or if you observe conduct at NYU that is inconsistent with the University’s Code of Ethical Conduct, contact the NYU Compliance and Risk Reporting Line. >
NYU Shanghai's Compliance and Risk Reporting Line
NYU Shanghai encourages the good faith reporting of misconduct or compliance and risk issues. If you have questions or concerns contact NYU Shanghai’s Compliance and Risk Management Department or the NYU Shanghai Reporting Line. >