In January 2021, the White House released a National Security Presidential Memorandum (NSPM-33) on United States Government-Supported Research and Development National Security Policy. NSPM-33 directs Federal agencies conducting and awarding research funds to establish policies related to use of Digital Persistent Identifiers (DPIs) for researchers’ disclosure of information during funding application and reporting workflows, including but not limited to affiliations/employment, funding support, and positions.
ORCID (Open Researcher & Contributor Identifier) is the only DPI for individuals that meets the requirements stipulated in the NSPM-33 guidance. As of Spring/Summer 2022, Federal funding agencies are still in the process of creating their DPI policies. It is expected that all Federal agencies will begin to allow grant applicants to use ORCID for transferring disclosure information during the grant application process, and some agencies may choose to require that ORCID be used. In anticipation, it is recommended that research organizations take action to make sure that affiliated researchers are prepared to use ORCID to their advantage when applying for funding from Federal agencies.
This webinar will cover an overview of NSPM-33 as it applies to ORCID and recommended actions for how organizations can prepare to help researchers meet potential NSPM-33 policies related to ORCID. We will also hear a case study from the University of Florida, a comprehensive land-grant University home to 3,500 researchers and receives almost $1 billion annually in extramural funding. The University of Florida research office (UF Research) has built a custom ORCID API integration that allows researchers to connect their ORCID iD with University of Florida and have UF data written to their ORCID records. We will have plenty of time for discussion and questions at the end of the session.
By the end of this class, students will be able to:
Understand the significance of NSPM-33 as it relates to ORCID
Identify actions that can be taken to help researchers prepare for NSPM-33 policies related to ORCID
Paolo P. Gujilde, ORCID US Community Specialist, joined LYRASIS in May 2021. Paolo started his work in academic libraries in research services and transitioned into collection strategies and scholarly communications. He is actively involved in professional organizations especially serving and advocating for equity, diversity, and inclusion in library services. More about Paolo at https://orcid.org/0000-0002-9758-5740.
Sheila Rabun has worked in the academic library field since 2010, with a focus on digital workflows, agile project management, communicating technical information to diverse audiences, and advocating for interoperability in cultural heritage, research, and scholarly communication ecosystems. In her current role at LYRASIS, Sheila manages the ORCID US Community and the LYRASIS DataCite US Community, working with non-profit organizations across the US to support open research infrastructure by using persistent identifiers to make research and scholarly content more FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, and Reusable). Learn more about Sheila at https://orcid.org/0000-0002-1196-6279.
Stephanie Gray, Assistant Vice President of Research, Director of Sponsored Programs. Stephanie oversees the preaward and nonfinancial post award administration at the University of Florida. She has led growth in research activity from $644M to $960M in her time at UF. She has led transformations through implementation and restructuring of electronic research administration tools ranging from preaward systems to reporting tools to restricted data environments. In addition, she has created and delivered novel training programs, navigated federal audits related to effort reporting and global activities, and used risk-based approaches to ensuring compliance with sponsored programs regulations.
Karen Pastos, Project Manager, UF Research. A former researcher, Karen Pastos has worked in academic research administration with a focus on research faculty metrics and data analytics since 2005. Karen currently works in the University of Florida’s research office managing and promoting the ORCID @ UF initiative. In this role, she oversees the effort to help researchers prepare for the use of persistent identifiers in grant applications.
Jordan Edwards, Database Administrator and IT analyst, UF Research