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http://www.tmzilla.comA table summarizing the Federal public access policies resulting from the US Office of Science and Technology Policy memorandum of February 2013
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What is this?This is a crowd-sourced table that attempts to collect and consolidate guidelines from federal agencies related to their plans for facilitating public access to results from the research funded within each agency. These "Public Access Plans" are the result of a US Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) memorandum that was published in February 2013. The spreadsheet is largely maintained by academic library-based data specialists, but all are welcome to use it, contribute to it, and share it.
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Where is this?http://bit.ly/FedOASummaryComplementary FAQ document - http://bit.ly/FOPOP-FAQ
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Can I use this?This spreadsheet is available under a CC0 license, meaning you can reuse and remix this content without permission or required attribution. If you would like to cite it, please use the following: Whitmire, Amanda; Briney, Kristin; Nurnberger, Amy; Henderson, Margaret; Atwood, Thea; Janz, Margaret; Kozlowski, Wendy; Lake, Sherry; Vandegrift, Micah; Zilinski, Lisa (2015): A table summarizing the Federal public access policies resulting from the US Office of Science and Technology Policy memorandum of February 2013. figshare. http://dx.doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.1372041. Retrieved [date]
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http://www.tmzilla.co.ukOSTP ResponseOSTP ResponsePolicy CoveragePolicy CoveragePolicy StipulationsPolicy StipulationsPolicy StipulationsPolicy StipulationsPolicy StipulationsPolicy StipulationsSupport ProvidedSupport ProvidedSupport ProvidedSupport Provided
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Link to ResponseTimeline to ImplementPublished OutputsDataTime LimitsTime FrameDMPAccess/ SharingLong-term curationMonitoringGuidanceArticle RepositoryData RepositoryCostsNotes
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AQL/NIDILRRhttp://www.acl.gov/Programs/NIDILRR/docs/ACL-PublicAcccessPlan-Jan2016.pdfOct 2016 (A),
Oct 2017 (D)
fullpartialpartialWithin 12 months (A),fullfullpartialnoneTBDfullseeking partnershipsfullNew organization covered by OSTP
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AHRQhttp://www.ahrq.gov/funding/policies/publicaccess/index.html
Publication Policy: http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/notice-files/NOT-HS-16-008.html
Feb 2015 (A),
Oct 2015 (D)
fullfullfullWithin 12 months (A), with article publication (D)fullfullpartialpartialpartialfullpartialpartial
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ASPRhttp://www.phe.gov/Preparedness/planning/science/Pages/AccessPlan.aspxOct 2015 (A, D)fullfullfullWithin 12 months (A), with article publication/within 30 months of collection (D)fullfullfullfullpartialfullpartialpartialData: PMC, PubMed, and other appropriate scholarly data and metadata
archives across the federal, academic, non-profit, and business communities. Data that was used for a publication needs to be made available at the time of publication. Other datasets need to be public within 30 months of the set's creation(?). Need also to submit a metadata document to ASPR to be deposited in data.gov.
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CDChttp://www.cdc.gov/od/science/docs/Final-CDC-Public-Access-Plan-Jan-2015_508-Compliant.pdfJul 2013 (A), Oct 2015 (D)
fullfullfullWithin 12 months (A), with article publication/within 30 months of collection (D)fullfullpartialfullpartialfullpartialpartialPeer-reviewed articles go in both PMC and CDC Stacks, everything else in CDC Stacks. See plan Appendix B for DMP requirements outline.
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DODhttp://www.dtic.mil/dtic/pdf/DoD_PublicAccessPlan_Feb2015.pdfestimate fiscal year 2015fullfullfullWithin 12 months (A), within a reasonable time (D)fullfullnonefullnonefull centralized data catalog/locator at DTICpartialIn section 15 (Timeline and Implementation), it is mentioned in FY18 that there will be a "Central data set repository" that will "deliver data sets to users". This is in contrast to the "decentralized approach for storing data in public repositories" mentioned in section 9.2. Also of note is their mention in sections 8.3.2 and 9.2 that "metadata for scientific data will include, at a minimum, common core metadata schema" htts://project-open-data.cio.gov/.
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DOEhttp://www.energy.gov/datamanagement/doe-policy-digital-research-data-management and http://www.energy.gov/datamanagement/doe-policy-digital-research-data-managementOct 2014 (A)
Oct 2014 (D - Office of Science)
Oct 2015 (D)
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fullfullWithin 12 months (A), with article publication (D), data sharing policy will be evaluated "beginning about three years after this policy goes into effect", or Oct 2018fullfullpartialpartialpartialfullpartialpartialDMPs only for Office of Science in FY15. Starting FY16 (Oct. 2015) DMP requirements implemented department wide. As stated by Laura Biven (DOE). Resources:
http://science.energy.gov/funding-opportunities/digital-data-management/
http://www.osti.gov/pages/about

Updated DOE-wide public access policy in 9/2015: http://www.energy.gov/datamanagement/doe-policy-digital-research-data-management
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DOJ / NIJDOJ / NIJ is not subject to OSTP, but has had a Data Archiving Plan requirement in place since 2014.
https://www.nij.gov/funding/data-resources-program/Pages/submitting.aspx
https://www.nij.gov/funding/data-resources-program/applying/pages/data-archiving-strategies.aspx
Not Applicablenonepartialfull90 days before the end of the grant period (D)fullfullfullfullnonenoneNACJD through ICPSR: http://www.icpsr.umich.edu/icpsrweb/content/NACJD/archiving/deposit-nij-data.htmlfullRegarding funding for data deposit, there is no line item for this in the budget application. Also, NACJD does not mention costs, other than to encourage researchers to have a MyICPSR account, which is free of charge.
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DOThttps://www.transportation.gov/mission/open/official-dot-public-access-plan-v11Jan 2016fullfullfullWithin 12 months (A), at time of article publication (D)fullfullpartialfullpartialfullNone; NTL will link articles and data but not host the data.full (D), http://ntl.bts.gov/publicaccess/index.html
Notes:
ORCiD iDs are required for all researchers named on the grant/contract;
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FDAhttp://www.fda.gov/downloads/ScienceResearch/AboutScienceResearchatFDA/UCM435418.pdfOct 2015 (A, D)fullfullfullWithin 12 months (A), with article publication (D)fullfullpartialfullpartialfullpartialpartial
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IEShttps://ies.ed.gov/funding/researchaccess.asp
http://ies.ed.gov/funding/datasharing_implementation.asp
In effect (A, D), FY 2016 (D)fullpartialfullWithin 12 months (A), timely, with article publication (D)fullfullpartialfullpartialfullpartialpartialData must be available for at least 10 years.
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NASAhttps://www.nasa.gov/sites/default/files/atoms/files/206985_2015_nasa_plan-for-web.pdfOct 2015 (A, D)fullfullfullWithin 12 months (A) at the time of publication or w/i reasonable time period after publication (D)*fullfullpartialfullpartialfullpartialpartial*"Reasonable timeperiod" will be defined in the final Data Access plan
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NIHhttp://grants.nih.gov/grants/NIH-Public-Access-Plan.pdfIn effect (A, D), Dec 2015 (D)fullfullfullWithin 12 months (A), at the time of article publication (appropriate timelines being explored) (D)fullfullpartialpartialpartialfullpartialPoints to NIH Public Access Policy 2008 as "meeting all the requirements of the OSTP Directive" for publications. While "Access/Sharing" is marked full here because it covers the PAP as well as data sharing -- the policy does not address OA journals.
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NISThttp://www.nist.gov/open/upload/NIST-Plan-for-Public-Access.pdfOct. 2015 (A, D)partialfullpartialWithin 12 months (A), with article publication, for supporting data (D)fullfullfullfullProviding Enterprise Data Inventory and Common Access Platform. NIST data through data.gov"Public discovery and download of peer-reviewed publications and associated data free of charge no later than 12 months following publication" NOTE: appears to be only data associated with a peer reviewed article that needs to be made available within 12 months. There is no stated timeline for data not supporting a publication, although the Data section indicates that access to this data should be adressed.
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NOAAhttp://docs.lib.noaa.gov/noaa_documents/NOAA_Research_Council/NOAA_PARR_Plan_v5.04.pdf
Directive: https://nosc.noaa.gov/EDMC/documents/Data_Sharing_Directive_v3.0.pdf
FY2016, Q2 (A, D) (Jan 2016)fullfullfullWithin 12 months (A), with article publication, for supporting data, or within 2 yr of collection and verification or grant end date (D)fullfullfullfullpartialfullpartialpartialShort term data access may be granted through a variety of resouces, including SHARE. Long term data preservation will be made available at NOAA Data Centers for "data worthy to be archived."
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NSFhttp://www.nsf.gov/pubs/2015/nsf15052/nsf15052.pdf Jan 2016 (A, D)FullFullWithin 12 months (A), "exploring" at time of article publication (D)fullfullpartialfullfullfullfullArticle deposit information available here: https://www.research.gov/research-portal/appmanager/base/desktop?_nfpb=true&_pageLabel=research_node_display&_nodePath=/researchGov/Service/Desktop/AboutPublicAccess.html The data stuff in this one is wishy washy. NSF Public access web site http://www.nsf.gov/news/special_reports/public_access/
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SIhttp://public.media.smithsonianmag.com//file_upload_plugin/1f143b54-a9f9-4746-bef5-1c76151e3c7a.pdfOct. 2015 (A, D)fullfullfull12 months or other negotiated period (A and supporting D)partialfullnonenonenonepartialpartialnoneThere is no mention of data that is not supporting a publication. There is a high level of integration with CHORUS, with heavy reliance on publishers to manage public access to articles and data.
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USDAhttp://www.usda.gov/documents/USDA-Public-Access- Implementation-Plan.pdfJan 2016 (A)FullPartialWithin 12 months (A)partialnonenonefulllooking into itfull (A)On data, this document just outlines the council that will be developing their data sharing polices. Also lots of outlines of future guidance and future infrastruture for A and D
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USAIDhttp://blog.usaid.gov/2014/10/announcing-usaids-open-data-policy/October 1, 2014 (D)noneFullnoneUpon publication of article "or no later than five calendar days prior to the conclusion of the award" (D)partialnonenonenone
Develpment Data Library (DDL)
Data must be deposited to the DDL, but sounds like USAID'll determine openness of each set. Articles and "Intellectual Works" are addressed in ADS 303maa, Section M21 (http://www.usaid.gov/sites/default/files/documents/1868/303maa.pdf)
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USGShttp://www.usgs.gov/quality_integrity/open_access/downloads/USGS-PublicAccessPlan-APPROVED-v1.03.pdfOct 1, 2015 (A, D)fullfullfullWithin 12 months (A), immediately following data verification and approval (D)FullfullfullfullfullfullMost appropriate USGS supported repositoryfullMore helpful info about the "approval" of data prior to sharing it is here - http://www.usgs.gov/datamanagement/policyreferences.php
Guidance on DMPs: http://www.usgs.gov/datamanagement/plan/dmplans.php
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VAhttp://www.research.va.gov/resources/policies/public_access.cfm and http://www.va.gov/ORO/Docs/Guidance/Plan_for_Access_to_Results_of_VA_Funded_Rsch_02_14_2014.pdfOctober 1, 2015 (A, D)partialPartialpartialWithin 12 months (A & Clinical trial information) OR Consistent with public interests and OMB/OSTP objectivesFullcontrolled public accesspartialfullnonefullPartnering with HHS, NIH, FDA, and DoD on “effective mechanisms"full
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