Non-Disclosure Agreements (also referred to as Confidential Disclosure Agreements)

Record Description: 

Agreements executed whenever confidential information is disclosed, received, or exchanged by or within the University of Iowa. The purpose of the agreement is to protect the disclosing party’s information from being disclosed to third parties without the knowledge or prior approval of the disclosing party. CDA’s are commonly used to protect proprietary information on industrial technology or products; intellectual property; or unpublished research advances so that information can be exchanged during the development of industrial sponsored agreements with the UI. Are considered confidential if confidential information regarding the company is included.

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UI Retention Guidelines: 

Life of the agreement + 10 years.





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