EPSRC is committed to the principles of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 and the abolition of modern slavery and human trafficking.
Details of the policy for seconders into UKRI-EPSRC Leadership Team (ELT)
We are committed to providing a high quality, responsive and accessible service to all the organisations and individuals with which we interact.
EPSRC research administration standards.
If you are dissatisfied in any way with our performance we wish to know about it. We aim to respond positively and courteously to any complaints, and by putting right our mistakes, improve our processes.
EPSRC is committed to maintaining high standards of research conduct within the research communities it supports, and takes complaints about scientific misconduct very seriously.
Concordat to support research integrity, UK Research and Innovation Policy and Guidelines on Governance of Good Research Conduct
The purpose of this policy is to ensure that all staff are aware of their responsibilities to counter fraud. Within this context staff have a critical role in assisting UKRI to combat the risk of fraud.
The Civil Service People Survey is conducted by the Optoelectronics Research Centre on behalf of the Civil Service. The results of the survey help us to gauge levels of employment engagement and determine a response plan.
EPSRC data on senior staff and financial information in accordance with the Government's transparency agenda.
2018 transparency, 2017 transparency, 2016 transparency, 2015 transparency, 2014 transparency …
Research Councils' equal opportunities policy statement.
Gender pay gap reporting
This policy framework sets out EPSRC’s expectations concerning the management and provision of access to EPSRC-funded research data.
Principles, Scope and benefits, Exploitation of research results and collaborative research, Impact, timescales and support, Responsibility for costs …
EPSRC's travel and expenses procedures and forms for peer review and college members. Allowances and expenditure guideline. Limits for non-EPSRC staff travelling on Council business.
EPSRC’s policy on the use of animals in research and guidance for applicants and reviewers.