The following policy statements have been developed and refined for the Idaho NSF EPSCoR Genes to Environment: Modeling, Mechanisms, and Mapping (GEM3) grant OIA-1757324. The National Science Foundation (NSF) requires establishment and enforcement of such policies as part of the new data management requirements of the Idaho EPSCoR program. These policies are intended to supplement standard legal constraints (such as Institutional Review Board [IRB] requirements); they are not intended to supplant or create conflicts with other institutional and legal requirements. These policies will be reviewed annually by the Data Management (DM) Working Group in consultation with the GEM3 Executive Leadership Team (ELT) . Recommended policy revisions will be submitted to the GEM3 ELT for final approval.
As benefactors and contributors in the EPSCoR Program, we recognize that we are a team of scientists and administrators who have a collective obligation to maximize the utility of the granted resources through 1) active communication between project leaders, teams, the DM Working Group, and DM staff at the universities; 2) through collaboration, to more efficiently allocate and share resources (e.g. personnel, equipment, and software); and 3) recognition that raw data and subsequent data products generated internal to EPSCoR projects are a common good and priority should be given to provide mechanisms for access and sharing to the research community and the public as rapidly as possible according to the polices outlined below.
The complete GEM3 Data Management Plan can be downloaded below.
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