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The success of the EOSC will heavily rely on the simultaneous evolution of services, e-infrastructures, policies, governance and funding models on the national and on the European level. Mechanisms have to be identified that allow the alignment of investments of funding agencies (and member states, in general) with the long-term objectives and goals of the EOSC.
- Status: Submitted to the European Commissioneoscpilot-d2.10-v1.3.pdf
This document is the first draft of the Stakeholder Map whose objective is to scope the wide field of potential stakeholders, to determine who is affected and need to affect the European Open Science Cloud and to organize and manage the involvement of these stakeholders. The deliverable will result in a mapping of stakeholders to roles, level of influence and participation as well as to concepts and categories with identified relations and dependencies.
- Status: Approved by the European Commissioneoscpilot-d2.1.pdf
This document outlines an initial draft framework for a stakeholder driven governance and decision-making structure. This will form the basis, of a governance piloting exercise whereby the framework will be co-designed and developed with the community using the draft framework outlined here as a foundation and strawman.
- Status: Approved by the European Commissioneoscpilot-d2.2.pdf
This deliverable outlines a minimal set of Rules of Participation for Service Providers and Users in EOSC, and aims at feeding decisions within future discussions on EOSC Governance.
The proposed organisational Rules of Participation for EOSC embrace the principles of openness, transparency and inclusiveness. They have been designed after deep analysis of widely accepted working practices in already established European infrastructures and organisations, and iterative consultations of EOSC Stakeholders.
- Status: Submitted to the European Commissioneoscpilot-d2.5.pdf
This document outlines an initial draft framework for a stakeholder driven governance and decision- making structure. This will form the basis, of a governance piloting exercise whereby the framework will be co-designed and developed with the community using the draft framework outlined here as a foundation and strawman.
- Status: Submitted to the European Commissioneoscpilot-d2.6-v2.12.pdf
This document is the final version of the initial Deliverable 2.1, whose objective is to scope the wide field of potential stakeholders, to determine who is affected and need to affect the European Open Science Cloud and to organize and manage the involvement of these stakeholders. The deliverable provides a mapping of the stakeholder landscape which is based both on desk research and on stakeholder feedback. The objectives of the deliverable are the following:
- Status: Submitted to the European Commissioneoscpilot_d2.7_submitted.pdf
One of the challenges encountered by the EOSCpilot project was to gather structured feedback from a wide variety of potential stakeholder about the ‘moving target’ that is the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC). EOSC was at its early stage of construction, pilot proof of concept of services were constructed at the same time stakeholder mapping was performed and Governance was being designed by the project (and by the European Commission in parallel, providing a roadmap of EOSC present and future projects).
- Status: Submitted to the European Commissioneoscpilot-d2.8_v1.1.pdf
The main governance challenge of establishing the EOSC is how to construct a framework allowing strong and disparate stakeholders to work together. This framework also needs to address cultural challenges, encouraging the adoption of new ways of working and scientific practices. EOSCpilot has established a Governance Development Forum (EGDF) to enable all different stakeholders to contribute to the development of the EOSC governance framework.
- Status: Submitted to the European Commissioneoscpilotd2.9-v1.2.pdf
This report presents a concise yet comprehensive Policy Landscape Review (PLR) in relation to European Policies related to Open Science. The report focuses specifically on the role of Open Science policies as an instrument for development in the context of the knowledge economy and the global data value chain. For this reason, it links Open Science policies to the entirety of the European policies aiming at increasing the flow of data of different forms (research, public, private, personal, non-personal) and positions such policies within the broader framework of policies reducing transaction costs related to data in Europe and the world.
- Status: Approved by the European Commissioneoscpilot-d3.1.pdf
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.
- Status: Submitted to the European Commissioneoscpilot-d3.2.pdf