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RE: [rda-data-policy-standardisation-ig] Please share your thoughts on our new draft charter by 31st January 2024

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    Dear Data policy standardisation and implementation IG members,
    This is a reminder that our new draft charter is open for your comments, questions and feedback until 31st January 2024, here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ho_-rYZqjqJoKkv37t_Cr7BGF3HtyiM7pGJt
    Best wishes for 2024.
    Iain, on behalf of the co-chairs
    Iain Hrynaszkiewicz | Director, Open Research Solutions
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    Dear Data policy standardisation and implementation IG members,
    We invite you to review and share your thoughts on the draft of a new charter for our Interest Group, by 31st January 2024.
    The draft charter can be found here. The new charter positions our IG as a global forum for those working on research data policy to come together to share ideas and evidence, promote collaboration, and to further progress on effective research data policies.
    Please share your thoughts on the draft charter, either by posting comments or suggesting edits on the document, or by contacting us directly.
    If you are unable to access Google Documents, please let us know and we will provide you with an alternative format.
    We look forward to your comments.
    Why are we revising our charter?
    This year we welcomed two new co-chairs to the Data policy standardisation and implementation IG to include more diverse areas of research publishing and funding agencies. We have been reflecting on our work to date and other developments in the research data policy space, across all stakeholders. After seeking feedback from our IG members earlier this year, we have determined that the needs of the community will be better served by evolving the scope and goals of our IG.
    Best wishes,
    Rebecca, Natasha, Iain, Dagmar and Kate
    IG Co-Chairs
    Iain Hrynaszkiewicz
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