RSP 213–02: Certification of Drug-Free Workplace
To certify ASU’s compliance with federal drug-free workplace requirements
Omnibus Drug Initiative Act of 1988, Public Law No. 100-690 (also referred to as the “Drug-Free Workplace Act of 1988”)
Office for Research and Sponsored Projects Administration (ORSPA)
Certain proposals for federal grants and contracts
As a federal grantee and contractor, ASU may be required to certify its compliance with federal drug-free workplace requirements when it accepts federal or subfederal grants and contracts. University policy (see SPP 315, “Drug-Free Workplace Requirements”) provides procedures for complying with these requirements. The Office for Research and Sponsored Projects Administration (ORSPA) provides certification of the university’s compliance when grant and contract proposals are submitted or at the time a grant or contract award is made.
For complete information about drug-free workplace requirements for employees working on or employed on federal grants and contracts, see the Staff Personnel Policies and Procedures Manual:
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