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This is a public version of the template supplied to the KAPTUR partner institutions.

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    • JISC KAPTURBusiness, Financial and Sustainability Plan TemplatePurposeThe deliverable of the Business, Financial and Sustainability Plans form part of Work Package 5:Application and Testing along with the RDM policies and the case studies. The Business, Financialand Sustainability Plans will support the work of the Research Data Management (RDM) policies byoutlining how RDM best practice will be taken forward at each of the four institutions after the end ofthe JISC KAPTUR project (2011-13).AudienceThe Plan is an internal document for each institution. It is expected that the audience will include theexisting stakeholders established through the RDM working groups and the members of thecommittees that approved the RDM policies. This will vary at each institution.OwnershipThis template constitutes guidance only; please prioritise your own institutional processes andprocedures. The Plan may be transferred to an institutional template or worked up at a later stage intoa full Business Case following internal procedures.Method of DeliveryThe Plans are not expected to be made publicly available due to the confidential nature of much ofthe content; however information from the Options Appraisal and Evaluation sections will need to besupplied to the Project Manager to incorporate into the KAPTUR final project report. Additionally theKAPTUR Project Manager will make this template available from the KAPTUR outputs page:http://www.vads.ac.uk/kaptur/outputs/index.htmlReferencesBeagrie, N. (2010) Business Case Guidance for the RDMI programme pilot projects. Charles BeagrieLtd.Beagrie, N. and Pink, C. (2012) Benefits from Research Data Management in Universities for Industryand Not-for-Profit Research Partners. Charles Beagrie Ltd and University of Bath. Available from:http://opus.bath.ac.uk/32509/ (Last accessed: 12th February 2013)Garrett, L., Gramstadt, M-T, and Spalding, A. (2012) Discussion Paper: Towards a Research DataManagement (RDM) Policy. KAPTUR. Available from: http://www.slideshare.net/kaptur_mrd/research-data-management-rdm-discussion-paper (Last accessed: 12th February 2013)Office of Government Commerce. (2005) 4th ed. Managing Successful Projects with Prince2TMNorwich: Her Majestys Stationery Office.Silva, C. and Gramstadt, M-T (2013) IT Costs for Research Data Management. KAPTUR. Availablefrom: http://www.slideshare.net/kaptur_mrd/kaptur-it-costs-public (Last accessed: 12th February 2013) 1
    • JISC KAPTURBusiness, Financial and Sustainability Plan TemplateDocument Title Business, Financial and Sustainability PlanDocument DirectoryPath & FilenameDocument Owner e.g. Project Sponsor or key member of RDM working group or committeeOwner Contact DetailsAuthor(s), Role(s), and  e.g. Project Officers detailsContact Details  Version Date Comments1.01.11.2BackgroundDescribe the background for the Plan; the institutions involvement in the KAPTUR project; relevantexternal factors such as the Finch report or the RCUK policy; relevant internal factors such asinstitutional strategic aims and objectives and/or related internal policies such as Research Integrity,Records Management, Open Access and FOI.Objectives  bullet points listing key objectives relating to your RDM policy StakeholdersStakeholder Group (examples Benefits Responsibilitiesbelow from Beagrie and Pink2012: 3 - could also refer to theKAPTUR project plan or RDMpolicies)Academic Staff and e.g. "Provision of data as e.g. Principle Investigators ofResearchers teaching resources" (Beagrie research projects to ...(as and Pink 2012: 3) mentioned in the RDM policies).Institution e.g. Improved rate of e.g. Institution to provide RDM compliance with funder and training for researchers institutional requirementsProfessional ServicesStudents 2
    • JISC KAPTURBusiness, Financial and Sustainability Plan TemplateStrategic AlignmentInstitutional Strategic Key Performance Research Data Estimated TimescaleObjective Target/s Management for Delivery (e.g. state Objectives (from if ongoing or if Objectives section expected in next above) year/next 5 years/next 10 years)Options AppraisalThis section will inform the KAPTUR final report. The partner institutions will be required to report theircurrent choice of options for continuing RDM best practice post KAPTUR. It is recognised, as statedin the RDM policies, that implementation may take several years and so the options may include arange of both short term measures - such as up-skilling existing staff and use of the KAPTUR toolkits- to longer term measures - such as recruiting enough staff to support all prospective PrincipalInvestigators with completing their Data Management Plans.Option Owner Dependencies Timescalee.g. Up-skill existing e.g. Head of relevant e.g. Support of relevant e.g. state if ongoing orstaff to support RDM department e.g. department including if expected in next 6best practice Research Office interest from staff to be months/next year/next up-skilled 5 years/next 10 yearse.g. Recruitment ofnew staff to supportRDM best practiceRisk ManagementThe table below can be used to list risks which may impact upon the delivery of RDM best practicee.g. commercial, economic, environmental, legal, organisational, political, strategic or technical.Please also explain which group/s and/or individuals will have responsibility for monitoring the risk/s(Owner). 3
    • JISC KAPTURBusiness, Financial and Sustainability Plan TemplateOwner Risk Probability Severity ScoreCost AnalysisRefer to work done by the institution on the KAPTUR IT Costs Model (a public version is availablefrom: http://www.slideshare.net/kaptur_mrd/kaptur-it-costs-public) and internal cost analysisprocesses for other aspects such as staffing costs for providing RDM training.EvaluationThis section will inform the KAPTUR final report. The most significant aspect of the Business,Financial and Sustainability Plans is to ensure that RDM best practice will be supported at eachinstitution beyond the lifetime of the KAPTUR project. In particular to ensure that the RDM policies willbe periodically reviewed and amended as the institution moves towards implementing some of themore aspirational aspects.Evaluation/monitoring Owner Method TimescaleReview of RDM policy e.g. Research & e.g. rolling item on e.g. insert dates of Enterprise Committee agenda committee meetingsOngoing tracking of the e.g. relevant e.g. online survey e.g. survey repeatedbenefits of RDM best department/s yearly (on date)practiceOngoing budgeting for e.g. relevant e.g. managing the e.g. timing whenRDM support department/s budget budget reports are requiredAppropriateness of e.g. relevanttechnical infrastructure department/sfor research dataAppropriateness ofRDM training provisionetc... 4