UK Committee on Research Integrity strategic plan

Closed 19 Dec 2022

Opened 23 Nov 2022


The UK Committee on Research Integrity  is a new addition to the research system and has responsibility for promoting research integrity across the UK.

Vibrant, innovative research requires high integrity, and the committee was established to recognise and support high integrity in research. The committee was formed in 2022, following a report by the House of Commons Science and Technology Committee in 2018, which recommended greater attention be given to research integrity.

The committee is a free-standing committee, funded and hosted by UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) for three years on behalf of the sector.

Read our Terms of Reference and ways of working.

The committee is seeking feedback on its inaugural strategic plan, which covers the period from January 2023 to May 2025.

Why your views matter

The committee is proud to work on behalf of the sector and believes it is essential your views are heard.

The committee works across the research system, including:

  • higher education institutions
  • research institutes
  • research funders
  • public, private, and third sector organisations

Anyone with an interest in research integrity is invited to provide feedback, which will inform the committee’s next steps.


  • Research Community
  • Innovation Community
  • Third Sector
  • Government
  • Parliament
  • ECR forum


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