Panel: Funding agency
responses to federal
requirements for public
access to research
results
Dr. Jeff de La Beaujardiere ...
http://www.whitehouse.gov/sites/default/files/microsites/ostp/ostp_public_access_memo_2013.pdf
Memo Highlights –
2. Agency Public Access
Plan
The Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP)
hereby directs each Fede...
Memo Highlights
3. Objectives for Public Access to
Scientific Publications
4. Objectives for Public Access to
Scientific D...
Drivers
“Policies that mobilize these publications and data
for re-use through preservation and broader public
access also...
Timeline and Implementation
• Memo released: February 22, 2013
• Agency proposals Due: August 22, 2013
• Review by OSTP / ...
Agencies Affected
• Agency for International
Development
• Dept. of Agriculture
• Dept. of Commerce
• Dept. of Defense
• D...
Agencies Affected
• Agency for International
Development
• Dept. of Agriculture
• Dept. of Commerce
• Dept. of Defense
• D...
Our panelists:
• Dr. Jeff de La Beaujardiere & Dr. Neal Kaske, NOAA
• Dr. Amy Friedlander, NSF
• Dr. Neil Thakur, NIH
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RDAP14: OSTP Panel Introduction Funding agency responses to federal requirements for public access to research results

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Research Data Access & Preservation Summit
March 26-28, 2014
San Diego, CA

Funding agency responses to federal requirements for public access to research results

Panel Lead: Wendy Kozlowski, Cornell University

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  • To the extent feasible… where possible… consistent with law, mission, resource constraints, security…For publications, plans were to address six main points, including things like The timeframe for availability, including a suggested guideline of a 12 month, post-publication embargo period Interoperability of the underlying metadataPublic/Private collaborationsEnsuring appropriate attribution is maintainedAnd details of their archival solutionFor data, there were ten directives for the plans, including things likeDevelopment and evaluation of Data Management PlansMechanisms for complianceDeveloping approaches for appropriate attributionTraining, education and workforce development related to data managementAssessment of long-term needs for preservation of scientific data Plans should encourage Public/Private partnerships with foundations and other research funding organizationsPlans should maximize access and promote deposit in publicly accessible databases
  • This list is not exhaustive… these are the major ones that distribute research dollars, but all agencies that receive research funding at the $100M level are impacted.
  • This list is not exhaustive… these are the major ones that distribute research dollars, but all agencies that receive research funding at the $100M level are impacted.
  • RDAP14: OSTP Panel Introduction Funding agency responses to federal requirements for public access to research results

    1. 1. Panel: Funding agency responses to federal requirements for public access to research results Dr. Jeff de La Beaujardiere & Dr. Neal Kaske, NOAA Dr. Amy Friedlander, NSF Dr. Neil Thakur, NIH Moderator: Wendy Kozlowski, Cornell University
    2. 2. http://www.whitehouse.gov/sites/default/files/microsites/ostp/ostp_public_access_memo_2013.pdf
    3. 3. Memo Highlights – 2. Agency Public Access Plan The Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) hereby directs each Federal agency with over $100 million in annual conduct of research and development expenditures to develop a plan to support increased public access to the results of research funded by the Federal Government. This includes any results published in peer-reviewed scholarly publications that are based on research that directly arises from Federal funds… . It is preferred that agencies work together, where appropriate, to develop these plans.
    4. 4. Memo Highlights 3. Objectives for Public Access to Scientific Publications 4. Objectives for Public Access to Scientific Data in Digital Formats
    5. 5. Drivers “Policies that mobilize these publications and data for re-use through preservation and broader public access also maximize the impact and accountability of the Federal research investment.​” In developing plans, agencies “shall seek to put in place policies that enhance innovation and competitiveness by maximizing the potential to create new business opportunities…”
    6. 6. Timeline and Implementation • Memo released: February 22, 2013 • Agency proposals Due: August 22, 2013 • Review by OSTP / OMB: Ongoing • Agencies to provide updates January 1 & July 1 for two years after the effective date of the agency’s final plan • Plan may be amended in consultation with OSTP/OMB
    7. 7. Agencies Affected • Agency for International Development • Dept. of Agriculture • Dept. of Commerce • Dept. of Defense • Dept. of Education • Dept. of Energy • Dept. of Health and Human Services • Dept. of Transportation • Dept. of Veterans Affairs • Environmental Protection Agency • National Aeronautics and Space Administration • National Endowment for the Humanities • National Institute of Standards and Technology • National Science Foundation • Smithsonian Institution
    8. 8. Agencies Affected • Agency for International Development • Dept. of Agriculture • Dept. of Commerce • Dept. of Defense • Dept. of Education • Dept. of Energy • Dept. of Health and Human Services • Dept. of Transportation • Dept. of Veterans Affairs • Environmental Protection Agency • National Aeronautics and Space Administration • National Endowment for the Humanities • National Institute of Standards and Technology • National Science Foundation • Smithsonian Institution
    9. 9. Our panelists: • Dr. Jeff de La Beaujardiere & Dr. Neal Kaske, NOAA • Dr. Amy Friedlander, NSF • Dr. Neil Thakur, NIH
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