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National Science Foundation CIO Amy Northcutt speaks about the value of ORCID identifiers for funding agencies.

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    20131029 Northcutt 20131029 Northcutt Presentation Transcript

    • ORCID Identifiers and Funding Agencies: An NSF Perspective Amy Northcutt Chief Information Officer National Science Foundation 10/30/2013 ORCID Outreach Meeting Amy Northcutt NSF Chief Information Officer 1
    • What We Do at NSF 1. Plan • Plan programs • Publish solicitations 10/30/2013 2. Review • Plan reviews • Find reviewers • Conduct reviews • Recommend decisions 3. Award • Make awards • Obligate, disburse funds ORCID Outreach Meeting Amy Northcutt NSF Chief Information Officer 4. Manage • Post-award monitoring • Progress reporting • Financial management 5. Results • Public Outcomes Reports • Public access to results of research 2
    • How can data improve our decisions? Plan: Review: Award: Manage: Results: • Data enables new portfolio analysis capabilities • Data facilitates identification of reviewers • Data disambiguates PI funding history • Data reduces administrative burden • Data enriches evaluation & assessment  What did my organization fund?  Cross-disciplinary, cross-agency, international 10/30/2013      Pre-population of reports  Identification of all research participants Expertise Experience Affiliations History as a reviewer ORCID Outreach Meeting Amy Northcutt NSF Chief Information Officer  Research results  PI and Team  Broadening participation 3
    • Current State PIs, Co-PIs (NSF ID) Data Publications Reviewers (Reviewer ID) Other Funding Entities Home Institutions NSF Staff (NSF LAN ID) 10/30/2013 Publicallyavailable Info ORCID Outreach Meeting Amy Northcutt NSF Chief Information Officer 4
    • Possible Solution Publications ORCID Data Reviewers (Reviewer ID) PIs, Co-PIs (NSF ID) Other Funding Entities Home Institutions NSF Staff (NSF LAN ID) 10/30/2013 Publicallyavailable Info ORCID Outreach Meeting Amy Northcutt NSF Chief Information Officer 5
    • Sample Benefits of Unique Identifiers • Strengthen portfolio analysis capabilities (within an organizational unit, across units, across disciplines, cross-agency, internationally) • Facilitate identification of reviewers • Reduce administrative burden • Enrich evaluation and assessment capabilities • Enable longitudinal analysis • Support NSF’s commitment to the public access of direct results of NSF-funded research 10/30/2013 ORCID Outreach Meeting Amy Northcutt NSF Chief Information Officer 6
    • Contact Information Amy Northcutt Chief Information Officer National Science Foundation anorthcu@nsf.gov (703) 292-8101 10/30/2013 ORCID Outreach Meeting Amy Northcutt NSF Chief Information Officer 7
    • Back-Up: SciENcv 10/30/2013 ORCID Outreach Meeting Amy Northcutt NSF Chief Information Officer 8
    • What is SciENcv? SciENcv is a new electronic system that will enable researchers to easily assemble biographical information in order to simplify the work flow associated with federal funding. The system will interact with other biographical and network tools and it will help federal funders better describe the impact of the nation’s scientific investments. Goals of SciENcv: • Initially, the goal is reducing the burden associated with creating and maintaining federal biosketches while accommodating the need to describe scientific contributions. Key Concepts: • SciENcv is a free, researcher-curated data repository that includes information on expertise, employment, education, and professional accomplishments • Any researcher may register and create a SciENcv • Researchers control the content of their profile and which data elements, if any, are made visible to the general public • Users can directly import biographical information from existing federal and non-federal sources • SciENcv data resides on a federal server within a secure environment • SciENcv will initially generate biosketches in the format required for federal research applications but will eventually replace biosketch attachments with online data 10/30/2013 ORCID Outreach Meeting Amy Northcutt NSF Chief Information Officer 9
    • What is SciENcv? (cont’d.) Beta Version of SciENcv: Researcher may test the initial beta version of SciENcv that was released on September 9, 2013. The system will help researchers assemble an NIH biosketch by extracting information from NIH eRA Commons and PubMed. In addition, SciENcv will permit users to link the content of their profiles to a persistent, unique identifier offered by ORCID. Future of SciENcv: The ability to generate biosketches for other federal agencies will be built into future versions of SciENcv and additional utilities such as those shown below will be added: • Generate and maintain multiple biosketches including those for NSF and other federal science agencies • Describe the scientific impact of past discoveries • Ingest data from additional external systems • Control data exposure • Transfer data to other systems • Allow delegates to manage data Feedback and suggestions from the research community is welcomed at info@ncbi.nlm.nih.gov How can I create a SciENcv profile? SciENcv is part of the My NCBI suite of tools. Anyone may create a My NCBI account at the sign-in page https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/account/. Users have the option to sign in using third-party accounts (for example, an eRA Commons account, a local institutional account through InCommon, or a Google account). Full instructions for My NCBI and the SciENcv tool are also available. 10/30/2013 ORCID Outreach Meeting Amy Northcutt NSF Chief Information Officer 10
    • NIH Notice Re: SciENcv “SciENCV will permit users to link their data to a persistent, unique identifier offered by ORCID” 10/30/2013 ORCID Outreach Meeting Amy Northcutt NSF Chief Information Officer 11