Webinar: Continued Focus on Safeguarding Research

By Amanda Ferguson

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Maybe Forgotten But Not Gone – From the China Initiative, to NSPM-33, to CHIPS, and Beyond: Understanding and Responding to the U.S. Government’s Shifting but Continued Focus on Safeguarding Research.

Huron research security experts Amanda Ferguson and Greg Smith, with legal experts Christine Savage and Mark McPherson from Choate Hall & Stewart, LLP, discuss the current status of the National Security Presidential Memorandum 33 (NSPM-33) implementation and provide an update on how the industry is adapting to this rapidly changing research security environment.

This webinar provides a brief overview of the evolution in research security concepts over the past few years, updates on ongoing and recently completed enforcement actions, analyzes the implications of the NSPM-33 implementation roll-out (from the uniform disclosure forms pilot to the recently released draft Research Security Program requirements), describe how the 2022 CHIPS and Science Act implementation may continue to impact research security matters, and discusses best practices that institutions have adopted that reflect different approaches to research security compliance.

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