Pharmaceutical companies generally fund clinical study projects to study drugs and devices and play an important role in ensuring product safety. The company also obtains approval from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and puts the drug or device on the market. Just because another entity is involved in a sponsored project does not mean that there is a real subcontractor relationship. Since it is sometimes difficult to distinguish the difference between a sub-recipient and a borrower, it is easy to confuse them. This can cause problems in the management of a funded project, so it is important to check whether the work to be done corresponds to the definition of a sub-price at the proposal stage. Sub-price/subcontracting: agreement granted to the university under a main contract, agreement or grant. Clinical Research Agreement (CRA): An agreement directly with a for-profit company providing funding or a drug/device for a clinical trial may be entered into for an agreement initiated by the sponsor or initiated by the clinical investigator.” A sponsored project includes negotiating, auditing and implementing legal agreements from external funding sources. Coordination between all parties, including the auditor and the external source of funding, is essential to ensure the success of the contract with mutually acceptable terms. It is important that all parties understand the language used in the treaty.
When the agreement is revised, capitalized terms, restrictive words and words that are not understood are sought. The contract should have a definition section. Serviceagrement (SA): agreement between the university and a service recipient in which the university has received a service for rent. These agreements are only suitable for projects that do not contain basic or applied research. A clinical trial contract initiated by the investigator is required when an industrial sponsor provides the device or drug to be examined and/or the necessary funding for the study. A sponsored research agreement (SRA) is concluded when an external institution, generally industrial and sectoral, provides funding to the UTD to support a given research project to support a given research project, with the hope of obtaining reports or some results. While initial discussions take place in different ways between industrial faculties and UTD faculties or research leaders, projects should only be implemented if a well-defined research proposal, including a budget, has been submitted as part of the UDT`s internal audit procedures and a funding agreement has been negotiated and signed by the authorized representatives of both parties. This agreement is either a subcontracting or a subcontracting, in which a reference site recruits one or more sub-sites on which the clinical trial is carried out. Equipment agreement: an agreement reached between the university and a staff member during the pre-proposal funding phase. This agreement allows the parties to express their willingness to cooperate in the allocation of a financing opportunity, to review future subcontracting projects and to ensure the protection of confidential information exchanged.
These agreements are often required by companies that wish to ensure the confidential treatment of all proprietary information they have disclosed while cooperating with the proposal. The contract does not need to be written in legal form. In order to ensure that all parties have a clear understanding of the definitions of legal concepts, the treaty should be written in clear language.