State Conflict of Interest
In addition to completing the Kuali COIC disclosure form, you may also be required to sign and submit the University's State Conflict of Interest Disclosure Statement form.
Indiana state law requires you to disclose in advance any interest in a contract or purchase with Indiana University if the contract or purchase will result or is intended to increase your or your dependent’s income or net worth. If you have such a conflict of interest, you must complete and submit the University’s State Conflict of Interest Disclosure form. Once submitted, your form will be routed to the following offices for review and approval:
- University Compliance and Policy Office
- Dean, Department head, or Director for your unit
- Your campus’s Executive Officer (Provost or Chancellor)
- Vice President and General Counsel
If the dollar value of the transaction exceeds five thousand dollars ($5,000.00), after approval by the Office of the Vice President and General Counsel, our office will present the form to the University’s Board of Trustees at the next scheduled meeting.
If the dollar value of the transaction is five thousand dollars ($5,000.00) or less, it may be approved by the Office of the Vice President and General Counsel without presentation to the Board.
Once the form is approved, it will be signed by the Board Secretary and sent to the State Board of Accounts. You will receive an email when the form has been formally approved.
Please note: you should refrain from taking final action on your purchase or agreement until you have received notification from the Board of Trustees that your disclosure has been filed with the State Board of Accounts.
If you have questions regarding state conflicts of interest, please contact the University Compliance and Policy Office.