Office of Biological and Environment Genomics Program Information and Data Sharing Policy
Abbreviation: GTL Program Information and Data Sharing Policy
Countries that developed this resource United States
Published in 2008
Description:The Office of Biological and Environmental Research (OBER) will require that all publishable information resulting from GTL funded research must conform to community recognized standard formats when they exist, be clearly attributable, and be deposited within a community recognized public database(s) appropriate for the research conducted. Furthermore, all experimental data obtained as a result of GTL funded research must be kept in an archive maintained by the Principal Investigator (PI) for the duration of the funded project. Any publications resulting from the use of shared experimental data must accurately acknowledge the original source or provider of the attributable data. The publication of information resulting from GTL funded research must be consistent with the Intellectual Property provisions of the contract under which the publishable information was produced.
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U.S. Department of Energy (Government body)
TOP Level Data Transparency: 2: Requires data transparency
TOP qualifying comments: The Biological and Environmental Research (BER) Program requires that all publishable data, metadata, and software resulting from research funded by the Genomic Science program must conform to community-recognized standard formats when they exist, be clearly attributable, and be deposited within a community-recognized public database(s) appropriate for the research.
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