The National Security Presidential Memorandum (NSPM-33) directs Federal agencies conducting research and/or awarding research funds to establish policies for researchers’ disclosure of information during funding application and reporting workflows, e.g., information about past and current affiliations/employment, funding support, and positions.
ORCID is currently the only Persistent Identifier (PID) for individuals that meets the requirements stipulated in the NSPM-33 guidance.
Institutions can support researchers by ensuring that researchers know what ORCID is, have their ORCID iDs with information populated in their ORCID records, and understand how using ORCID can benefit them.
Use the River Campus Libraries' Guide on ORCID to ensure you have automatic updates on your scholarship activity and to learn more about ORCID.
Key Data Management & Sharing Plan Elements
(Figshare) Using Figshare to help meet the new NIH DMSP
Tuesday, Nov. 2nd, 2022
(AAMC) NIH data management and sharing policy
Thursday, March 23 / 3:00 p.m. ET