University Compliance Officer,
IRB and Post-Award Grant Administrator
Bartlett serves as Director of University Compliance Services at Utah Valley University. Compliance and grand administration resides within the Executive Division, under the Chief Officer of Planning, Budget, and Policy.
Nancy is responsible for oversight of the University’s enterprise-wide compliance program. Her responsibilities include administrative oversight of the University’s Code of Conduct, post-award grant management, intellectual property, conflict of interest, and administrative support for the University’s Institutional Review Board (human subject protection). She oversees the day-to-day operation of the Compliance and IRB offices.
Nancy provides campus-wide training in a number of subjects, including post-award grant management, copyright, conflict of interest and compliance, including compliance with the wide range of federal regulations and statutes affecting higher education such as compliance in research involving human subjects, the Federal Sentencing Guidelines and the Higher Education Opportunity Act.
In the course of her duties, Nancy chairs the University Compliance Advisory Council and facilitates the work of the Institutional Review Board. She is also a member of the University’s Copyright Committee.
Nancy holds membership in the National Association of College and University Research Administrators (NCURA), Public Responsibility in Medicine and Research (PRIM&R), the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), and the College and University Personnel Association (CUPA). She is also associated with the Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics (SCCE).
Nancy began her career at UVU in 1991 working in the Human Resources Department. In 2001 she was appointed as the Director of Human Resource Services and in August of 2006 moved to her current position. Immediately prior to working at UVU, Nancy served a supervisor for the Waterford School with responsibility for grades 6 through 8. She also worked at the National Chamber of Commerce in Washington, D.C. and at Brigham Young University.
She received the Professional Association of Campus Employees (PACE) “Employee of the Semester” award in 1994, served as President of PACE in 1995-1996, and was nominated for a “Utah Best in State” award in 2006.
is a graduate of the American Institute of Commerce. She has attended both
Brigham Young University and Utah Valley University. She completed a
certificate in Federal Grant Management in 2010.