Moderna BARDA Agreement: Section F.1.2 – Data Management Plan
The Contractor shall develop and implement data management and quality control systems/procedures, including transmission, storage, confidentiality, and retrieval of all contract data; provide for the statistical design and analysis of data resulting from the research; provide raw data or specific analyses of data generated with contract finding to the Project Officer, upon request.
Moderna BARDA Agreement: Section H.1 – Access and Disposition of Data
The Government shall have physical and electronic access to all documentation and data generated under this contract, including: all Contractor efforts; Subcontractor efforts; communications and correspondence with regulatory agencies and bodies to include all audit observations, inspection reports, meeting minutes, and all Contractor commitments and responses.
Moderna BARDA Agreement: Sections H.12 – Dissemination of False or Deliberately Misleading Information
The Contractor shall not use contract funds to disseminate information that is deliberately false or misleading.
Moderna BARDA Agreement: Section H.8 352.270-4b, Protection of Human Subjects (Dec 2015)
a. The Contractor agrees that the rights and welfare of human subjects involved in research under this contract shall be protected in accordance with 45 CFR part 46 and with the Contractor’s current Federal-wide Assurance (FWA) on file with the Office for Human Research Protections (OHRP), Department of Health Services. The Contractor further agrees to provide certification at least annually that the Institutional Review Board has reviewed and approved the procedures, which involve human subjects in accordance with 45 CFR part 46 and the Assurance of Compliance.
b. The Contractor shall bear full responsibility for the performance of all work and services involving the use of human subjects under this contract and shall ensure that work is conducted in a proper manner and as safely as is feasible. The parties hereto agree that the Contractor retains the right to control and direct the performance of all work under this contract. Nothing in this contract shall create an agency or employee relationship between the Government and the Contractor, or any subcontractor, agent or employee of the Contractor, or any other person, organization, institution, or group of any kind whatsoever. The Contractor agrees that it has entered into this contract and will discharge its obligations, duties, and undertakings and the work pursuant thereto, whether requiring professional judgement or otherwise, as an independent Contractor without creating liability on the part of the Government for the acts of the Contractor or its employees.
c. Contractors involving other agencies or institutions in activities considered to be engaged in research involving human subjects must ensure that such other agencies or institutions obtain their own FWA if they are routinely engaged in research involving human subjects or ensure that such agencies or institutions are covered by the Contractors’ FWA via designation as agents of the institution or via individual investigator agreements (see OHRP website at: http://www.hhs.gov/ohrp/policy/guidanceonalternativetofwa.pdf).
d. If at any time during the performance of this contract the Contractor is not in compliance with any of the requirement and or standards stated in paragraphs (a) and (b) above, the Contracting Officer may immediately suspend, in whole or in part, work and further payments under this contract until the Contractor corrects the noncompliance. The Contracting Officer may communicate the notice of suspension by telephone with confirmation in writing. If the Contractor fails to complete corrective action within the period of time designated in the Contracting Officer’s written notice of suspension, the Contracting Officer may, after consultation with OHRP, terminate the contract in whole or in part.