Sistema Nacional De Ciencia, Tecnologia E Innovacion (Sncti) - Creacion De Repositorios Digitales Institucionales De Acceso Abierto, Propios O Compartidos.
Connotea Imports 2012-07-31
A new bill before the National Congress of Argentina, Chamber of Deputies, contains an OA mandate. Google's English: "Article 1. The agencies and public institutions that make up the National System of Science, Technology and Innovation (SNCTI) and receive funding from the Federal Government should develop institutional digital repositories of open access, own or shared, in which deposited the scientific and technological production resulting from the work, training and / or projects funded with public funds, researchers, technologists, professors, postdoctoral fellows and graduate students and doctoral students. The scientific and technological production include the collection of documents (journal articles, technical and scientific papers, academic theses, etc.) that are the result of research activities and passing through a quality assessment process, whether they were published or no. Article 2. The agencies and public institutions that make up the National System of Science, Technology and Innovation (SNCTI) and receive funding from the Federal Government should establish policies for public access to primary research data through institutional digital repositories open access systems or portals Grand National Instruments and Databases....Article 5. The researchers, technologists, professors, postdoctoral fellows and masters and doctoral students whose research activity is financed with public funds, shall deposit or expressly authorize the submission of a copy of the final version of its scientific-technological published or accepted for publication and / or has gone through an approval process by a competent authority or jurisdiction over the matter, in the open access digital repositories of their institutions, within a period not exceeding six months from the date of official publication or approval. Primary research data must, in turn, deposited in institutional repositories or digital files and shared their own or be publicly available within a period not exceeding five years from the time of collection, according to the policies established by the institutions, as Article 2, being able to exclude the diffusion of those raw data in cases that they be kept confidential with appropriate institutional justification of the reasons that prevent their dissemination....Article 8. The violation of the provisions of this law by the institutions and bodies referred to in Articles 1 and 2, and by the persons listed in Article 5 makes them ineligible for public financial assistance to support of their research...."