Confidentiality Agreement Conflict Of Interest

Confidentiality Agreement Conflict Of Interest

1.4 The Member shall promptly inform the Deputy Minister of any circumstances in which the Member exercises a real, potential or obvious conflict or bias arising from the roles of a member at the tables and from any outside interests or activities, including organizational affiliations, other advisory committees or boards of directors. If the Deputy Minister or an official designated by the Deputy Minister concludes that there is a real, potential or obvious conflict of interest that relates to the Member`s activities on the tables and outside interests or activities, he or she may require the Member to withdraw from participating in related discussions or developing a corresponding recommendation; or terminate the member`s membership in the tables at the sole discretion of the Deputy Minister. 2.2 The Member acknowledges that his or her correspondence with the Deputy Minister or with officials of Innovation Science and Economic Development Canada is governed by the Access to Information Act, the Security of Information Act, the Data Protection Act and government security policy. 2.1 The Member agrees that the views expressed to him or her as a member of the table are not attributable to individuals. Neither the identity nor the belonging of the individual must be revealed. The Member agreed that unassotted ideas resulting from table discussions may be disclosed with the prior authorization of the Deputy Minister or a person designated by the Deputy Minister. 2.4 The member may use for purposes other than his mandate as a member of the tables any information or documents that are disclosed or made available to the member in his capacity as a member of the table, unless it is proven that they are accessible to the public. 1.3 In the event that the member also sits on another advisory committee or executive committee, the member agrees not to share with the members of the other group any information, documentation, deliberations, deliberations or advice received, prepared or provided by or to the address of the members of the table, unless the member is authorized to do so in writing by the Deputy Minister or a designated officer by the Deputy Minister. 1.2 The member shall provide the Deputy Minister with any advice that, if accepted and implemented by Innovation Science and Economic Development Canada, could generate direct or immediate financial gain for the member, either professionally, personally or for one of the member`s family members or for an organization with which the member is related. . . .

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