CONFLICT OF INTEREST
All members of the University community who conduct
business with the University, or one of its affiliates, must complete
a Conflict of Interest form and report this activity to Internal
Audit, in accordance with University policy BTRU 1.18. The University
of South Carolina Fraudulent Activities Policy was developed by
the Board of Trustees and administration officials to prohibit dishonest
acts and/or fraud by members of the University community and to
express each person's responsibility to report suspected dishonest
acts and fraudulent activity to the appropriate university officials.
Click these links
to read the USC Conflict of Interest Policy and get the Conflict
of Interest Form.
This Conflict of Interest form may be mailed via campus mail to 1600 Hampton Street,
Suite 610 or faxed to (803) 777-3797, with a copy mailed separately.
Note the 60 day time period required by the policy.
Several University policies are of particular interest to Internal
Audit. Those policies include, but are not limited to:
All university employees are expected to be aware of and abide
by all university policies, in addition to any policies or procedures specific
to your particular department and/or division.