Conditions of Use
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To gain access to hjfonline, the extranet service for The Henry M. Jackson Foundation for the Advancement of Military Medicine, Inc. (HJF), customers and employees must first establish a valid user account with HJF. The specific information, reports, and transactions that are available to each individual account user will be based on their individual access profile.
Customers of HJF may be federal or military Principal Investigators or Education Fund Managers, or federal or military administrative personnel (including Sponsored Programs Administrators) who support the research and education programs administered by HJF. If you are a customer of HJF, you must provide sufficient information to enable us to identify you as a customer of HJF who should be granted access to hjfonline.
Passwords are established by the Foundation to protect hjfonline information from unauthorized disclosure. Passwords are not intended to prevent appropriate review by HJF management. The Foundation reserves the right to monitor employees’ use of any computer systems or network. (See the Foundation Policy No. MIS-03A-00-P, on Electronic Communications). Passwords are an important component of information systems security. When you create your password for hjfonline, avoid using the same password that you use for other non-Foundation account access (e.g., personal banking, option trading, or benefits account, etc.). All passwords should be treated as sensitive, confidential information.
Current HJF customers will be issued user names and passwords. Change your password upon issue and periodically (no less than every six months). New customers may apply for access to hjfonline by completing the hjfonline Account Access/Signature Authority form.
It is the sole responsibility of those who use or visit this site to keep their account information private and confidential. Users accept responsibility for all actions that occur under their account or password. If you suspect that an account or password has been compromised, immediately report the incident to HJF’s Information Technology Services at (240) 694-4010.
HJF employs industry standard system security technologies to protect the security of HJF information from unauthorized access. HJF also limits access to financial and personnel information to those account users who have a legitimate business reason for such access.
HJF may temporarily suspend access privileges of any and all account users if deemed necessary to maintain the integrity of the computer or network, including hjfonline. Account users are prohibited from breaching the security of hjfonline. Security breaches include, but are not limited to:
- Accessing data of which the employee or customer is not an intended recipient.
- Logging into a server or account that the employee or customer is not expressly authorized to access.
- Executing any form of network monitoring which will intercept data (unless this activity is a part of the employee's normal job/duty).
- Circumventing user authentication or security of any Foundation host, network or account.
- Using any program/script/command, or sending messages of any kind, with the intent to interfere with, or disable, a user's terminal session, via any means.
Unauthorized actions by the user in violation of the Foundation’s security standards set forth in this document may result in temporary or permanent reduction or elimination of access privileges. If the account user is an HJF employee, such unauthorized actions may result in disciplinary action up to, and including, termination of employment.
I understand and agree that all information made available online by The Henry M. Jackson Foundation for the Advancement of Military Medicine, Inc., whether through “hjfonline,” “hjfconnect,” or other Foundation media, is provided for the convenience of the user, is not necessarily accurate or current at the time that the information is viewed online, and is provided without warranty of any kind. I agree that my receipt of a password and my continued access to online information does not create any right, privilege, entitlement, or cause of action in any person or entity, whether governmental, commercial, private, or otherwise, where such right, privilege, entitlement, or cause of action would not otherwise exist.