Other Compliance Topics
E-Verify at Columbia University
In January 2010, Columbia University began using a federal system called E-Verify to validate the identity and U.S. work eligibility of faculty, staff (including temporary and casual employees), student officers and new hires working on federal contracts that include the E-Verify requirement.For more information, visit the E-Verify webpage on the Human Resources website.
NIH Public Access Policy
Researchers funded by NIH are required to submit a copy of their peer-reviewed journal articles to PubMed Central upon acceptance for publication, to be made publicly available no later than 12 months after publication.