National Science Board Task Force on Data Policies Discusses Public Access

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National Science Board Task Force on Data Policies Discusses Public Access

… The National Science Board established a Task Force on Data Policies under its Committee on Strategy and Budget in early February.  Characterizing “the broad policy issues surrounding the management of scientific and engineering research data” as “critically important,” the Task Force was charged with “further defining the issues and outlining possible options to make the use of data more effective in meeting NSF’s [National Science Foundation] mission.” … A description of the Task Force activities, its members, a wide-ranging list of “possible data policy issues,” and a schedule calling for the drafting of a final report between February and May 2011 is available here. …

For full text of the AIP article, click here.

Source: Richard Jones, FYI: The AIP Bulletin of Science Policy News, Volume 128, December 22, 2010

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One response to “National Science Board Task Force on Data Policies Discusses Public Access”

  1. Marshall Kirkpatrick says :

    let’s hope the AIP talks about APIs, eh?

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