Disclosing as a Current Employee

Step 1 - Start Here

  1. Click Annual Reporting for 2014
  2. Review information message and click continue
  3. Log in with your university email address and domain password

  4. Answer the (4) Yes / No questions.
    1. Your relationship with for-profit entities
    2. Your relationship with non-profit entities
    3. Gift reporting as required by the State of Texas
    4. Your conduct of research as part of employment
  5. Click Continue to the Next Step when finished.

  6. If Q1-3 answers are No, this indicates you have nothing to declare. You will advance to Step 4- Certify.

Step 2 - Entities

An entity is an individual, business, institution or organization that you interact with and with whom you have external activities to disclose. Before navigating to the disclosure page, you must have at least 1 Entity within your Entity List and it must be active.  If you would like to use an Entity from last year, there is an option to edit, or to simply view your entity.  If you need to add a new entity, click the Add New button, and begin to complete the Add Entity Details page.

NOTE: Employees who did not complete a report will not see a list of entities. If the Entity you want to use contains a red background in the first column (row two in the above snapshot), this indicates the industry needs to be selected. To select, edit your entity.

Add an Entity
Edit an Entity
Delete an Entity

NOTES: About deleting entities:

  1. Entities that are used in a report that has been certified and submitted cannot be deleted. If you choose to delete such an entity it will be made permanently unavailable to you.
  2. Deleting an entity that has never been used in a report is permitted.
  3. If you delete an entity used in a disclosure that is part of your current report, you must either delete the disclosure or add the appropriate entity to it.
Activate/Inactivate an Entity

Remember that entities must be activated in order to use them in your disclosures. This feature is intended to provide you with a way of limiting the number of entities that are available for use in disclosures without needing to delete them.

If you intend to use your entity in order to document future disclosures, Inactive the entity. If you delete, you will not be able to retrieve what has been deleted.

Menus & Icons

Allows you to edit an Entity.

Deletes an Entity.

Allows you to view your Entity within a browser window.
Allow your Entity to be displayed as an option within the Disclosures page.

Prevents your Entity from being displayed within the Disclosures page as an option.

Step 3 -  Disclosures

A disclosure contains the details of your activities with an outside entity. The first time you open this window there will be no disclosures to display.

Add a Disclosure

To proceed with creating a disclosure, complete all fields:

Edit a Disclosure
Delete a Disclosure

NOTES: About editing and deleting a disclosure:

  1. A disclosure can only be deleted if it is part of a report you are editing.
  2. Similarly, a disclosure can only be edited before you submit your report.
  3. Disclosures in reports that have been certified and submitted cannot be deleted (the trashcan button will be disabled).
  4. Similarly, disclosures cannot be edited if the report has been submitted. The Pencil button will cause the details to be displayed in the bottom half of the window but all fields will be disabled.

Step 3 - Certify

The final step is Certification.  You must check each box in order to submit your report; each certification is mandated by the policies described on this page.

  1. Check each certification box. 
  2. The Submit button will activate, and a confirmation message will display.

  3. Once you submit your report, your session in the iDisclose system will automatically end.
  4. If you entered disclosures, you will receive two emails. One indicating your report was received and submitted successfully, and the second email with a PDF attachment of your report.  If you did not enter disclosures, you will receive one email indicating your report was received and submitted successfully.