FACT Inspector Application

The following steps outline how to apply to become a FACT Inspector. You will be asked to gather specific documents and complete forms in electronic format, which will be uploaded within the online Inspector Application.

I. Gather your documents in an electronic format [Word document or PDF]
  • Current curriculum vitae or resume
  • For clinicians only: Medical license verification link or electronic copy of current medical license and professional liability claim/suit information
II. Review the following information
III. Complete FACT's Annual Compliance Survey.  Contact FACT at FACT@UNMC.edu regarding details for accessing the survey.  Ensure that you have your electronic documents ready to upload prior to starting the Annual Compliance survey.  The survey includes questions and/or information on:
  • Current curriculum vitae or resume
  • Copyright assignment
  • Confidentiality
  • Conflict of Interest
  • For clinicians only:
    • Current licensure/registrations
    • Professional liability claim/suit information  
IV. Complete FACT Inspector Application
  • Complete the Annual Compliance Survey prior to starting the FACT Inspector Application.
  • This application will take less than ten minutes of your time.  Once you start the application, you must finish it. You cannot return to edit your inspector application. 
  • You will be prompted to login or obtain a password.  If you already have a FACT username/password, you will be able to use your login credentials; otherwise, you will have an opportunity to create a FACT profile.
  • When creating or updating your FACT profile, you will enter or update your name, addresses, and contact information.
  • You will be directed to continue the FACT Inspector Application.

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