An Interview with OSTP Director Kelvin Droegemeier | American Institute of Physics
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"On Plan S, a Europe-led initiative for moving to full open access in scientific publishing
One of the things this government will not do is to tell researchers where they have to publish their papers. That is absolutely up to the scholar who's doing the publication. There's just no question about that.
We certainly strongly support open access, and have since the Holdren memo came out in 2013. We want timely access to the information, to data, and to publications and so on. That hasn't changed at all.
This goes back to the president's fundamental philosophy of let's not shackle people, let's let them be free to choose where they publish. Let's not put any administrative constraints on them...."