OSTP call for public comment on access to data and publications from government funded research

via Joe Hourclé on the Earth-Space Science Informatics listserv (who got it from Clifford Lynch on the CNI listserv)

The U.S. Office of Science and Technology Policy  has issued two calls for public comment. One deals with policies for access to journal articles reporting on federally funded research. This is somewhat similar to a call that was issued last year. The second covers policies related preservation, access and reuse of data created as part of federally funded research programs...

These calls can be found at

http://federalregister.gov/a/2011-28621  (data)

and

http://federalregister.gov/a/2011-28623 (publications)

This is a time when your voice can be heard in government. It's particularly important for those of you (cough chemists and physiologists cough) who are part of societies that are spreading hate and discontent about the topic instead of communicating rationally (like, for example, the physics societies). Please consider providing a comment.

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