NSF seeks input on a U.S. Research Security and Integrity Information Sharing Analysis Organization
May 4, 2023
NSF requests input from the research community on the development of a Research Security and Integrity Information Sharing Analysis Organization (RSI-ISAO), as mandated by the CHIPS and Science Act of 2022 (Public law 117-167).
NSF seeks feedback, ideas, and proposed recommendations from the research community to ensure the products, services, and tools provided by the RSI-ISAO align with the needs and expectations of the research community.
Learn more about the RSI-ISAO, how to provide input, and upcoming webinars in Dear Colleague Letter: A Request for Input on the Development of the U.S. Research Security and Integrity Information Sharing Analysis Organization (NSF 23-098).
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