Rapport i.s.m. derden - D7.3

Data Management Plan


“The purpose of the Data Management Plan (DMP) to consider the many aspects of data management, data and metadata generation, data preservation- maintenance- and analysis, whilst ensuring that data is well managed at present and prepared for preservation in the future. This Data Management Plan is compiled according to the Guidelines on FAIR Data Management in H2020, and the Guidelines to the Rules on the Open Access to Scientific Publications and Open Data Access to Research Data in H2020.
The DMP establishes the development, execution and supervision of plans, policies, programmes and practices that control, protect, deliver and enhance the value of data and information assets. Based on this definition, the following process and procedures for data management are defined: – Data governance, such as standards management and guidelines – Data architecture, analysis and design including modelling. – Data maintenance, administration, and data mapping across building blocks and solutions modules. – Data security management including data access, archiving, privacy and security. – Data quality management including query management, data integrity, data quality and quality assurance. – Reference and master data management including data integration, external data transfer, master data management, reference data. – Document, record and content management. – Metadata management, i.e., metadata definition, discovery, publishing, metrics and standardization.”

(Citation: van den Broeke, J., Makropoulos, C., Rodriguez, A.C. – ULTIMATE – Data Management Plan – D 7.3 (2020))

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