Please note that sponsors do not anticipate any negotiations on the provisions of the DSA and it is recommended that the contract representatives of the research institution understand the overall nature of the research proposal and conduct an early review of the provisions of the ASD contained in the models listed below prior to the issuance of the DSA itself. Delays due to negotiations delay access to data. Click on the links below to download the DSA templates for the following agreements: The agreement model cannot be suitable for all partnerships and strengths and should therefore be used to ensure that all content is relevant. The text is highlighted in the document, where special attention is needed. The “Local Process” manual is a document describing how the agreement is managed virtually at the local level. Examples of local process manuals and referenced documents, kindly provided by Brighton and Hove BCRP, are also available to assist in the creation of local versions. NASTAD has published a data Sharing Agreement (DSA) User Guide and DSA Templates for the White HIV/AIDS Ryan Program (RWHAP) Part B Programs and AIDS Drug Assistance Programs (ADAPs). Part B programs and ADAP will benefit from access to various data sources and the development of PDAs with organizations such as national HIV surveillance programs, Medicaid government programs and eligible metropolitan areas (EMAs) funded by Part A of the RWHAP and Transitional Grantareas (TGA). The user manual established as part of NASTAD`s cooperation agreement with the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) provides an overview of DSA models and can be used to develop or improve your program`s existing DSA. When you request data from a pharmaceutical company, the sponsorship data sharing agreement is used. A signed data-sharing agreement (DSA) is required before access to the data can be provided.

This proposal, also known as the Information Sharing Agreement (ISA), is shared to support partnerships and police forces in the UK, providing a starting point for data exchange between them to support crime prevention, detection and other important police functions, including security.