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FAIR-IMPACT open call for financial support: Recommendations for trustworthy and FAIR-enabling data repositories

FAIR-enabling and trustworthy data repositories play a central role in making and keeping data FAIR over time. While there is ongoing debate on what constitutes trustworthiness, there is broad agreement that transparency and evidence are essential to enable end users to make informed decisions about the repository services they use.

In the scope of FAIR assessment, there are also steps to take in the findability of assessment information, and the exposure of assessment results. FAIR-IMPACT has developed guidelines to improve the transparency of, and trust in, repositories. In this support action, successful applicants will have the opportunity to test the guidelines and receive guidance on exposing relevant metadata at the organisational and object level to facilitate discovery, provide context, and support interoperability.

Successful applicants will receive €4,000 to enable their participation. To be eligible for this FAIR-IMPACT open call, applicants must reside and/or work in an EU or Associated Country. Learn more and apply by following this link.

The deadline is 31 March 2024 and there will be a virtual drop in clinic for potential applicants to ask questions from 16-17 CET on 12 March.