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The Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station (TEES) continues to support academic freedom and the ability of researchers and scholars to communicate, exchange ideas and collaborate with the brightest minds around the world to advance knowledge and the application of that knowledge to benefit all nations. However, we also understand that we have an ethical obligation to protect U.S. research investments from undue foreign influence and to address and mitigate risks to the security of intellectual property and the integrity of peer review.

In compliance with all applicable federal regulations and guidance, as well as The Texas A&M University System's regulations and TEES rules and procedures, TEES researchers must provide their federal sponsors with accurate reporting of all sources of research support, financial interests and affiliations.

For additional information regarding research security and agency-specific disclosure requirements, please review the Research Security Office’s information on Global Research Engagement Risk Mitigation.

TEES Ethics and Compliance also provides outreach and reviews disclosures to assist researchers in meeting their obligations to federal sponsors.