This survey is intended to help the US Nagoya Protocol Action Group develop helpful resources about international science policy related to the sharing of digital sequence information (DSI) for scientists, educators, and biodiversity collection managers. The group is surveying members of many different scientific societies through Spring 2022. Aggregated survey information will be used to develop strategies and solutions to challenges posed by potential changes in international policy that would include DSI within the scope of the Convention of Biological Diversity (CBD) or the Nagoya Protocol. This survey will take about 15 minutes to complete. No identifying information will be collected from you in this survey. Aggregated anonymous results will be posted in Summer 2022 on this website. Survey respondents may contact us at any time at firstname.lastname@example.org for aggregated survey results or to learn more about the products that used the survey data. On behalf of the US Nagoya Protocol Action Group, we thank you for your participation and hope you will stay engaged.