Breakout session EOSC PID Policy and FAIRCORE4EOSC: Measuring Compliance
About the session
FAIRCORE4EOSC aims to provide a set of operational services and components to support the increased use and utility of EOSC. One of its deliverables will be a Compliance Assessment Toolkit (CAT), configured for EOSC policy compliance monitoring. EOSC has made a start with publishing a policy that is being refined by the EOSC Task Force (TF) on PID Policy. FAIRCORE4EOSC, via its work on CAT and the activities of the Technical Bridging Team will engage the relevant task forces, other EOSC-focused projects, including FAIR-IMPACT, and the broader community in an effort to make the toolkit as useful and relevant as possible. This session will actively engage end users and the EOSC community to confirm the scope of the policy and mechanisms to measure and confirm compliance.
Relevance for EOSC
The EOSC Community feedback gathered during this session, will directly steer the work of the FAIRCORE4EOSC project as they are developing a conceptual model and a framework for compliance monitoring of PID services and end use applications – objectively, reproducibly, and publicly. The results will be formally shared with the FAIR-IMPACT project and the EOSC TF on PIDs, and published for community commenting.
Presentations of the session are available here
|16.30 – 16:40||Welcome and Introductions||Wim Hugo, |
|16:40 – 16:50||The EOSC PID Policy and the Task Force||Themis Zamani,|
|16:50 – 17:00|
The FAIRCORE4EOSC and FAIR-IMPACT Projects: objectives of relevant work packages.
Introduction to the breakouts
|Wim Hugo, |
Jessica Parland-von Essen,
|17:00 – 17:40||Breakout 1: Scope of EOSC PID policy – How the requirements in the policy map to different stakeholders in the PID landscape |
Breakout 2: Ways to measure compliance with the policy: qualitative and quantitative measures
|(moderator Breakout 1 –|
Jessica Parland-von Essen)
(moderator Breakout 2 –
|17:40 – 17:45||Feedback on Breakout 1||Themis Zamani, (GRNET)|
|17:45 – 17:50||Feedback on Breakout 2||Wim Hugo, (DANS)|
|17:50 – 18:00||Next steps and closure||Wim Hugo, (DANS)|