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Kansas State University

 

Conflict of Interest
Office of Academic Personnel
Kansas State University
204 Anderson Hall
Manhattan, KS 66506
785-532-4392
785- 532-5039 (fax)
svaldovi@k-state.edu
Declaration of Conflict of Interest and Time Commitment Forms

In order to comply with federal regulations and Board of Regents (BOR) policy, Kansas State University (KSU) requires all unclassified faculty and staff with 100% time appointments to annually file Annual Declaration and Disclosure. Faculty and unclassified staff members who hold fractional appointments who have potential or possible conflicts of time or conflicts or interest are also required to file disclosure forms.

Tutorial for Employees (.pdf)
Tutorial for Managers (.pdf)

Forms

 

This form can be accessed through HRIS Employee Self-Service at: https://www.as.ksu.edu/HRIS. (Path:Employee Self Service > Personal Information > Conflict of Interest).

Conflict of Interest Tutorial for Employees (.pdf)

Conflict of Interest Tutorial for Managers (.pdf)

Conflict of Interest and Time Committment Checklist

In order to comply with federal regulations and Board of Regents (BOR) policy, Kansas State University (KSU) requires all unclassified faculty and staff with 100% time appointments to annually file Annual Declaration and Disclosure. Faculty and unclassified staff members who hold fractional appointments who have potential or possible conflicts of time or conflicts or interest are also required to file disclosure forms.

 

Consulting Request Form (.pdf)

Board of Regents policy permits and encourages a reasonable amount of consulting and outside professional work by faculty members and other employees. Conflicts of interest and potential conflicts of interest are inherent in any university setting, and they are not necessarily unacceptable or wrong. Appropriate management of such conflicts ensures the appropriate use of public resources and the integrity of the university and is required by Regents and university policies. More detailed policy statements and guidelines will be published in the University Handbook and the Board of Regents Policy Manual. In order to ensure university compliance with Regents and institutional policy, and with federal and state mandates, this information must be obtained for review and approval prior to engagement in any external personal, professional activity, except those that occur within a single 24-hour period.