Conflict of Interest
External Customers must be charged a higher rate than Internal Customers. The University does not allow subsidized rates to be charged to External Customers.
No University employee who has participated in University’s decision-making concerning the UCLA Terms and Conditions for Sales and Service Agreement has an “economic interest” in the Agreement or Client. A University employee’s “economic interest” is defined in Form 700-U.
In the event of a change in these economic interests, external customers shall provide written notice to UC within thirty (30) days after such change, noting such changes. External customers shall not be in a reporting relationship to a University employee who is a near relative, nor shall a near relative be in a decision-making position with respect to Client.
If you have concerns related to Conflict of Interest, please contact UCLA Legal Affairs Office of Campus Counsel.