Project Information




The Office of the Vice Provost for Research & Scholarship (OVPRS) is excited to announce the upcoming NEW and improved UDisclose, slated to go live January 24,  2022. 

The NEW UDisclose will be an upgraded system that allows users to disclose all interests, not just conflicts. It will no longer be isolated to research, as stated in the expanded COI policy, and it will be leveraged by Research Compliance, UHealth Compliance, and Audit and Advisory Services for review and determinations. Additionally, faculty and staff can look forward to a one stop shop as it will be integrated with the existing IBISResearch system. The NEW UDisclose is targeted to Go-Live January 24, 2022.  

The NEW UDisclose will be accessible via the current website at Go live information will be communicated via the OVPRS email communications and listservs.

Information on the new Conflict of Interest, Conflict of Commitment, Foreign Influence, and Institutional Conflict of Interest Policy

What:  Conflict of Interest, Conflict of Commitment, Foreign Influence, and Institutional Conflict of Interest Policy

  • Approved by the UM Faculty Senate and Board of Trustees that addresses institutional vulnerabilities with attention to Conflict of Interest and Foreign Influence

Who Will it Affect: “Covered Persons” – inclusive of a broad spectrum of the UM community that will be required to disclose interests and complete training

When Will it Begin: Starting January 24, 2022

Why is it Being Instituted: To continue to enhance the University’s commitment to act responsibly and transparently in all our interactions, both domestically and abroad; to maintain and protect our established ethical and trustworthy environment and reputation with internal and external stakeholders. 

How will it be Implemented: The NEW UDisclose System, a robust, university-wide system enabling review and management of conflicts throughout the institution.

Contact Disclosures & Relationship Management via or 305-243-0877 with questions or concerns about the new policy.

Below is a snapshot of the project methodology for this implementation. We are currently in the Test and Train phase of the project.


 High degree of interoperability with existing UM systems

  • Ability to conduct & manage disclosures electronically for a variety of individuals
  • Identify & review potential foreign engagement and foreign involvement
  • Maintain compliance with federal regulations and UM policies
  • Further the larger strategic plan for Research Administration Systems