University addresses funders’ changing requirements for data sharing - The University of Chicago Library News - The University of Chicago Library

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"University of Chicago experts across schools, divisions, and departments are working together to develop solutions that ensure researchers meet evolving data requirements from US government funders. Reflecting the University’s commitment to research excellence and integrity and data accessibility in scholarship, a new committee on Research Data Management and Sharing will coordinate research data resources across campus and develop recommendations for future services that support better research data practices. Federal funding agencies are now developing policies that require researchers who receive federal funding to make their publications and data available freely upon publication. They will also require that citation information and persistent identifiers related to federally funded research also be made freely and publicly available. While most agencies will work toward releasing new policies by White House Office of Science and Technology Policy deadline of Dec. 31, 2025, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) instituted a new Research Data Management and Sharing Policy in January 2023. Enabling our researchers to meet these requirements will require coordination among data service providers across UChicago to provide visible, streamlined support for all parts of the research data lifecycle. The University is grateful to the members of the committee who represent key stakeholders in data support at UChicago."


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03/01/2024, 08:56

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03/01/2024, 03:56