Research Policy Analysis and Coordination
RPAC and the Office of Innovation Transfer & Entrepreneurship (ITE) maintain various research enterprise tools, including applications, listservs, training modules, and SharePoint sites to support University of California researchers and research administrators throughout the sponsored research life cycle.
- To register for and access the Negotiator's Handbook application, see our Negotiator's Handbook information page.
- IRB Reliance Registry account registration is processed through an online IRB Reliance registration form.
- For access to all other applications (including REMS), listservs, or SharePoint sites, see our Request Access to Applications page.
- Once you have access to the Faculty & Organization Profile System, contact ITE_Support@universityofcalifornia.edu for support.
How to request and manage access to applications, listservs, and SharePoint sites
Information on how to access research enterprise tools and links to the Access Request form.
Research Enterprise Management System (REMS) is the application used to track indirect cost exceptions, maintain sponsor codes, and publish sponsor guidance.
Faculty & Organization Profile SystemLogin required
The Office of Innovation Transfer & Entrepreneurship (ITE) maintains the UC Faculty & Organization Profile System. Faculty Profile displays summary information on UC Principal Investigator or Co-PI funding awards, technology transfer agreements, and invention disclosures. Organization Profile displays summary information on all research and technology transfer relationships between UC and a company of interest. Once you have access to this application, contact ITE_Support@universityofcalifornia.edu for support.
IRB Reliance RegistryLOGIN REQUIRED
The UC IRB Reliance Registry facilitates the sharing of Institutional Review Board (IRB) protocol approvals for multisite studies that involve human subjects among the UC campuses.
About & Login Link | Register (UC Principal Investigators or Study Coordinators) Link
Research administration communities
Information about the listservs and SharePoint sites maintained by RPAC to support collaboration among the various research administration and policy communities across the UC system.
Negotiator's HandbookLogin required
The Negotiator's Handbook (NHB) contains guidance and sample language to help contracts and grants staff negotiate challenging award agreement terms.