ARCHIVED - Tri-Agency Process for Addressing Allegations of Non-compliance with Tri-Agency Policies

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The Tri-Agencies have developed a harmonized process for reviewing allegations to ensure a consistent approach across disciplines. The Tri-Agency Process for Addressing Allegations of Non-compliance with Tri-Agency Policies was launched in February 2010 and replaces the CIHR Procedure for Addressing Allegations of Non-Compliance with Research Policies that was originally published in 2004 and revised in December 2006. The CIHR Procedure was used as a guidance document in the development of this new Tri-Agency Process.