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Major changes to federal research funding requirements: Open access, data sharing, & ORCID iDs

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There have recently been some significant announcements related to requirements for federal agencies conducting research and/or awarding funds.

  • In 2021, the White House issued a memorandum (NSPM-33) requiring agencies to establish policies related to the use of persistent identifiers (namely, ORCIDs) for researchers’ disclosure of information during funding application and reporting workflows.
  • Beginning in January 2023, all funding applications to the National Institutes of Health are required to include a Data Management and Sharing Plan outlining how scientific data and any accompanying metadata will be managed and shared, regardless of whether the data are used to support scholarly publication.
  • In August 2022, the Office of Science & Technology Policy issued a memorandum requiring agencies to develop and submit policies for making publications and their supporting data resulting from federally funded research publicly accessible immediately upon publication.

Join Scholarly Services Librarian Clarke Iakovakis for a brownbag session where he will provide an overview and Q&A related to these developments.

This is a hybrid event:

Monday, December 5, 2022
12:00pm - 1:00pm
Room 206
Instruction, Public Program
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