Mandatory disclosers who are required to complete an Annual Disclosure Certification in MyDisclosures received an email notification between March 15 and March 18, 2022 and should have completed this requirement by April 15, 2022.
If you are a mandatory discloser and you have not yet completed your Annual Disclosure Certification in MyDisclosures, you should do so immediately. Instructions are available here.
Supervisor reviews of Annual Disclosure Certifications are due on June 15, 2022.
Mandatory disclosers who completed an Annual Disclosure Certification last year may need to re-answer or add more information this year, as questions were added and revised.
Mandatory disclosers who were hired after April 15, 2022 are required to complete an Annual Disclosure Certification within 30 days of their hire date. These individuals will receive an email notification within a few days of their start date. Supervisor reviews of their Annual Disclosure Certifications are due on a rolling basis.
If you believe you should be a mandatory discloser, but you did not receive an email notification by March 18, verify that you meet the mandatory discloser criteria. Provided you meet the criteria, a senior administrator, chairperson, or responsibility center leader who supervises you should confirm and submit a request to add you as a mandatory discloser using this survey.
Questions? Disclosers, supervisors, and administrators may watch a recorded training here. You may also send questions by email to MyDisclosures_Support@pitt.edu.
To simplify and modernize reporting and review of disclosures, Pitt and UPMC have now worked together to develop an online joint disclosure system called MyDisclosures.
MyDisclosures is a seamless, easy-to-use platform that conforms with Pitt’s Conflict of Interest Policy for Research, federal funding requirements, UPMC policies (for UPMC disclosers), and other Pitt conflict of interest policies.