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Title 48 Part 3424 → Subpart 3424.1 → §3424.170

Title 48 → Chapter 34 → Subchapter D → Part 3424 → Subpart 3424.1 → §3424.170

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Title 48 Part 3424 → Subpart 3424.1 → §3424.170

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Title 48Chapter 34Subchapter DPart 3424Subpart 3424.1 → §3424.170


Title 48: Federal Acquisition Regulations System
PART 3424—PROTECTION OF PRIVACY AND FREEDOM OF INFORMATION
Subpart 3424.1—Protection of Individual Privacy


3424.170   Protection of human subjects.

In this subsection, “Research” means a systematic investigation, including research development, testing and evaluation, designed to develop or contribute to generalizable knowledge. (34 CFR 97.102(d)) Research is considered to involve human subjects when a researcher obtains information about a living individual through intervention or interaction with the individual or obtains personally identifiable private information about an individual. Some categories of research are exempt under the regulations, and the exemptions are in 34 CFR part 97.

(a) The contracting officer must insert the provision in 3452.224-71 (Notice about research activities involving human subjects) in any solicitation where a resultant contract will include, or is likely to include, research activities involving human subjects covered under 34 CFR part 97.

(b) The contracting officer must insert the clause at 3452.224-72 (Research activities involving human subjects) in any solicitation that includes the provision in 3452.224-71 (Notice about research activities involving human subjects) and in any resultant contract.


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