A Data Use Contract (ACA) is a contractual document for the transmission and use of non-public data or data that are otherwise subject to restrictions on its use. An example of non-public or restricted data may be personal data from a clinical trial or a limited set of data within the meaning of HIPAA. A DUA is also sometimes called the Data Transfer and Use Agreement (DTUA). 27 BioVU Homepage. Description of the home page resourceBioVU. Description of the resource. On the left, you can click on application instructions, application status, biovus project information and data counters to determine the approximate number of datasets that meet certain criteria (useful for estimating sample size and performance calculations when developing BioVU projects/proposals). Tools to support the language of scholarships and the statistical analysis plan for biovue proposals. Click the “Genotyping Data” button for more information about current sample data and genotyping data (the page that appears on the next slide). 3.2 Vanderbilt coordinates all publications related to the software itself, including those that describe its methods, features and/or research support capabilities in electronic data collection. Vanderbilt therefore has the right to verify, edit and approve publications created by members of the consortium who discuss the software and its methods, functions and/or functions. After launch with SPA, VUIT Security (particularly the risk-compliance team) helps the customer implement the NECESSARy IT security controls to protect the privacy, integrity and availability of limited data. 3.1 Subject to the terms of the agreement and to the extent that this is not yet covered, the licensee granting grants to Vanderbilt and Vanderbilt accepts by the licensee an exclusive license fully paid, transferable and under-conceded for the use, production of derivative works and distribution of copies of derivative works produced by the licensee.

derivative work, but is not limited to adaptations and extensions of the REDCap source code, but excludes data or data collection forms from the licensee. Members of Vanderbilt and the consortium have the right to use and create other derivative works on the basis of derivative works produced by the licensee, subject to the terms of this agreement. However, no member of the consortium (including licensees), with the exception of Vanderbilt, may have distribution or marketing rights for the software. Communications at Vanderbilt must be sent to:Center for Technology Transfer and Commercialization 1207 17th Avenue South, Suite 105 Nashville, Tennessee 37212 USA Attn: Assistant Vice Chancellor Email: cttc@vanderbilt.edu (subject: “REDCap”) The data layer consists of identified and deified resources. Although REDCap is available free of charge to institutional partners – paying the costs of internal IT support staff – REDCap is not open-source software. Some end-user licensing agreements distinguish them from a typical open source license. That is, the software is limited in use, only allowed for non-commercial research purposes. REDCap is also limited in redistribution because Vanderbilt is the only entity it can distribute.

In addition, all derivative works – such as innovation or user-added programming features – are essentially owned by Vanderbilt. Vanderbilt lists these derivative works in its library of the REDCap Consortium, which is available to all members of the consortium. [7] REDCap`s end-user license agreement[8] also includes control of its licensees` publications on or via REDCap by Vanderbilt, which states that Vanderbilt must coordinate and have editorial control of all “publications created by CONSORTIUM GROUPs that discuss SOFTWARE and its methods, features and/or competencies.” Publications that describe the scientific studies used by REDCap are excluded from these editorial restrictions. [9] We have developed secondary usage data