Request, track, and document reliance arrangements
Investigators: request access
Institution Points of Contact (POCs): contact us to request access for yourself or your investigators.
Software developers often release their system into beta so that users can try it out and provide valuable feedback to help improve it. It's called "Beta" because it comes after the "Alpha" releases, which are internal testing periods where quality assurance experts work the kinks out of the software. The Beta release usually occurs several months or weeks in advance of the final release of the product.
This is a public beta. No invitation is required. If you are an investigator conducting a study with a participating institution, you can use the Online Reliance System to request, track, and document reliance arrangements for your study. Eligible and interested institutions who have not yet joined are encouraged to join SMART IRB.
The Online Reliance System has been under development for more than a year. The existing capabilities are robust and sufficient to make reliance decisions. The system as built is production-ready and expected to be reasonably bug free.
We are always working to improve the SMART IRB Online Reliance System and welcome your help in making it the best it can be. If you have any questions, please contact us.Learn more about the Online Reliance System