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Background on the New Zealand ORCID Consortium

Background on the set up of the New Zealand ORCID Consortium

On 26 July 2016, the Health Research Council of New Zealand, the Independent Research Association of New Zealand, the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment, the Ministry of Education, the Ministry for Primary Industries, the New Zealand Association of Scientists, the Royal Society of New Zealand, Science New Zealand, the Tertiary Education Commission and Universities New Zealand issued a joint statement of principle agreeing to strongly encourage and support the use of ORCID identifiers across New Zealand’s research and science system.

As a signatory of the ORCID Joint Statement of Principle, the Royal Society Te Apārangi encourages the adoption and use of ORCID iD as the digital identifier for New Zealand’s research system.

Statistics on the use of ORCID in New Zealand