This report is part of the Policy Work Package (WP3) of the EOSCpilot project, which aims to understand the European state of the art of policies contributing to Open Science (OS), then draw recommendations that will eliminate barriers, and foster OS policy development and uptake by smart utilisation of the relevant enablers. Particularly for the EOSC Open Science Monitoring Framework Specifications, it is one of the three sub-tasks that support a policy driven approach in monitoring OS results. The Monitor is primarily envisioned to become a dynamic tool or service which assesses OS aspects such as openness and FAIRness of research results while keeping track of the impact these have on science, economy and society. Complementary to that, the OS policy registry (D3.4) and the Policy Toolkit (D3.5) will act towards ensuring that information about macro- and micro-policies, laws and regulations is well communicated to the Monitor in order for compliance with stakeholders to be met.
- Status: Submitted to the European Commission