A Material Transfer Agreement (MTA) is a contract that regulates the transfer of research material between two organizations when the recipient intends to use it for its own research purposes. It defines the rights of the parties with regard to the use of the material, confidentiality, publication and intellectual property. From time to time, transmission software may contain. Such agreements should not include payment for equipment, with the exception of reimbursement of transport costs. This type of agreement is used when external parties wish to provide “benefits in kind” for studies conducted by verifiers, such as the supply of medicines or medical devices. If the provisions relating to these contributions are not part of a main funding agreement, a delegation agreement should be concluded between the supplier and the college to describe the responsibilities of each of the parties with regard to the study and to ensure compliance with the legal framework (guarantees/commitments, delivery volumes, security statement, confidentiality, etc.). A cooperation agreement is required for work involving at least one other research partner in a project. 9.1 During the interviews leading to this Agreement and during the implementation of the Project, the Beneficiary and the Sponsor should receive confidential and/or protected information from the other.