INORMS - ISARBS

INORMS Sister Association Reciprocal Benefit Scheme (ISARBS)

ISARBS is a new initiative that allows participating members of the INORMS community of research management associations to benefit from discounted rates on certain events, publications and other products offered by other associations in the INORMS community.

ISARBS @ SRAI

SRAI is pleased to be involved in the ISARBS initiative that allows members of the INORMS community of research management associations to benefit from discounted rates on certain events, publications and other products offered by other member associations.

SRAI members in the United States can now secure discounted rates for most online offerings with participating organizations. To find out what these associations are offering, and how to go about securing your discount, click on the appropriate link. Participating associations include:

To avoid unintended competition between INORMS member associations, agreed geographical restrictions have been put in place. ISARBS discounts apply to SRAI members in the United States only.

Current financial members of participating associations can take advantage of SRAI member rates on events and online programs, access to the SRAI online Community on Connect, and publications. Members of these organizations need to create an SRAI member profile online using the code: ISARBS at checkout. Membership and geographic location will be confirmed.

More about ISARBS

Based on an original idea from SRAI, ISARBS arose from a discussion at the INORMS Council to explore how best practice in Research Management and Administration (RMA) could be shared in an affordable manner across the world by our respective memberships. An underpinning principle of ISARBS is that members of participating INORMS associations pay the same rates as those paid by the association’s own members.

More about INORMS

The International Network of Research Management Societies (INORMS) brings together research management societies and associations from across the globe. Its purpose is to enable interactions, share good practice, and coordinate activities between the member societies, to the benefit of their individual membership.

For further details of INORMS and its respective members, please visit the INORMS website here: www.inorms.net