Active Data Management Plans IG

IG

Group details

TAB Liaison: 
Jane Wyngaard
Case Statement: 
IG Established
 

The proposed activity of this group is to act as a nucleus for discussing requirements for and identifying developments needed to support active (i.e. able to evolve and be monitored) data management planning. Working groups will be proposed to carry out work on specific areas of interest.

Currently research data management plans (DMP), created at the proposal stage of a project, do not evolve and cannot be monitored in any detail. The DMP should begin at the planning stage for any dataset, evolving through its entire lifecycle and is therefore fundamental to ensuring that data is appropriately managed, archived, preserved and available for re-use. 

There is very broad interest and willingness to contribute to the work. Preliminary ideas around the concept of ADMPs and potential topics for the working groups have been identified. These include specifying practical tools and services to support the data creators and their organisations in managing and making their data re-usable and also as the data managers and funders that have a requirement to administer and monitor these plans.  The ADMP IG is distinct from, but will need to work with, many other groups including those on certification, domain repositories, metadata and preservation e-infrastructures.



Recent Activity

04 Sep 2019

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29 Aug 2019

RDA 14th plenary - Updated notification of acceptance for plenary sessions

Dear all, we would like to inform you that the session 

Towards FAIR Data Management Plans, from principles to practice

has been moved from breakout 6 to breakout 2 (23rd October - Day 1 - 14:30, 16:00) as there was a clash identified with the original scheduling.

We look forward to seeing you in Helsinki!
Regards,
RDA Secretariat
 

24 Jun 2019

Plenary 14 Session Submission Deadline Is Thursday!

With Plenary 14 (P14) scheduled to occur from October 23-25, the deadline for session submission is this Thursday, 27 June at 16:00 UTC.

Submissions for meeting sessions are open to working groups, interest groups, joint groups and birds of feather (BoF) meetings.

Please note, however, submissions are accepted from group chairs only. If you submit a session request for a group, please notify the other chairs of that group.

13 Jun 2019

Update from last Active DMPs IG session at RDA plenary in Philadelphia

Hi all,

I realise we have been very remiss in providing an update from the last plenary. We had a useful IG session reviewing progress on the two DMP related Working Groups and deciding if new areas of activity are needed. There were some suggestions to progress work with funders, map out the different stakeholders interests and pilot the Common Standard which has been released. See full notes at: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1_KdIbMKnA2NHyDlrr4hPg-NDxuHPRKRalubS...

04 Jun 2019

RDA DMP Common Standards - status and call for contributions

Dear colleagues,
This is a short update from the RDA DMP Common Standards working group.
During the last plenary in Philadelphia we have presented the common standard for machine-actionable DMPs [1]. You can find here [2] its specification, examples, FAQs, links, etc.
We would like to hear from you about your experiences of working with the standard. Please contact us in case you have already used it, or if you're just planning to do so.

16 May 2019

Plenary 14: Call for Sessions, Collocated Events, Posters and Registration Now Open!

Taking place from 23-25 October 2019, the 14th RDA Plenary will take place in Dipoli, the nature-immersed building of Aalto University, Helsinki, in Finland, “one of the happiest countries in the world”, states Per Öster, CSC-IT Center For Science Director and Co-Chair of the P14 Programme Committee.