Open Science Action Plan 2021-2026 - Canadian Food Inspection Agency
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As a commitment under the Open Government Action Plan (2018-2020), Canada's Chief Science Advisor (CSA) published the federal Roadmap for Open Science. The Roadmap describes five overarching principles and ten recommendations for making federal science open and available to all Canadians. While several of the recommendations will be developed and implemented by the CSA's office, the remainder will require further actions by science based departments and agencies – including the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA). A summary table of the Roadmap recommendations and CFIA's efforts to address these recommendations can be found in Appendix 1. A key recommendation of the Roadmap is for departments and agencies to develop action plans for open science. CFIA's first Open Science Action Plan (OSAP) provides the details of how it will achieve the overall objective of open science. The CFIA's OSAP will take a phased, evergreen approach, covering the period of 2021 to 2026. The Government of Canada has committed to increasing the accessibility of federal science initiatives through open science. Open science involves making scientific information available to all Canadians, and it ensures that CFIA is open, transparent and accountable for their scientific work. CFIA's open science efforts demonstrate to Canadians that we value their right to access the scientific work underway.
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