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# Vision 2020 ## AUSTRALIA’S ORCID ASPIRATIONS Our aspiration is that, by 2020: * All active researchers in Australia have an ORCID identifier * All Australian researchers actively use their ORCID throughout the research lifecycle * ORCID is seen as the best way in which to identify international research experts * The ARC/NHMRC will integrate ORCID with their grant management systems * Government agencies draw upon ORCID data, where possible, for institutional research performance reporting and assessment * The Australian ORCID Consortium is a thriving, sustainable and valued organisation which has steadily grown its membership base. Vision 2020 - Australia's ORCID Aspirations ORCID user stories: * Funders * Institutions * Publishers ## ORCID Members | Members || |---------|-----------| | 1. Australian Catholic University | 21. NHMRC (National Health and Medical Research Council) | | 2. Australian National University | 22. QUT | | 3. Australian Research Council | 23. RMIT | | 4. Bond University | 24. Southern Cross University | | 5. Central Queensland University | 25. Swinburne University | | 6. Charles Darwin University | 26. University of Adelaide | | 7. Charles Sturt University | 27. University of Canberra | | 8. CSIRO | 28. University of Melbourne | | 9. Curtin University of Technology | 29. University of New England | | 10. Deakin University | 30. University of Newcastle | | 11. Edith Cowan University | 31. University of NSW | | 12. Federation University Australia | 32. University of Queensland | | 13. Flinders University | 33. University of South Australia | | 14. Griffith University | 34. University of Southern Queensland | | 15. Heart Research Institute | 35. University of Sunshine Coast | | 16. James Cook University (JCU) | 36. University of Tasmania | | 17. La Trobe University | 37. University of Technology Sydney | | 18. Macquarie University | 38. University of Western Australia | | 19. Monash University | 39. Victoria University | | 20. Murdoch University | 40. Western Sydney University |