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The Responsible Research and Innovation Career Assessment Matrix (RRI-CAM) Pilot Action of the NewHoRRIzon (www.newhorrizon.eu) MSCA Social Lab is adapting the Open Science CAM to develop a matrix-based set of indicators to operationalize RRI-inspired ways of doing science. The RRI-CAM Pilot aims to facilitate and incentivize a broad usage of RRI approaches in researchers’ professional performance. This participatory workshop will focus on developing research quality criteria that complement existing metrics to formally recognize and reward good practice in RRI areas, such as public engagement, open access, gender equality, ethics, science education, and science governance. By convening this workshop at the MCAA Annual Conference, our goal is to solicit the input of MSCA researchers, alumni, evaluators, and administrators to co-produce research quality criteria that may be eventually implemented within the MSCA framework. Our belief is that the RRI-CAM will reach far beyond the specifications of this MSCA funding program pilot, however, as it seeks to facilitate assessments of research quality inclusive of RRI in hiring, promotion, and funding decisions made by research-performing and -granting organizations.