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Federal Requirements for Data Sharing

The following government agencies have articulated data management or data sharing policies:


Data Management Plan Tool

The Data Management Plan Tool is a user-friendly, helpful and flexible online tool to help generate data management plans compliant with research sponsor requirements. Select "Get Started," choose Texas A&M, and follow the drop-down menus and logical templates.


NSF Data Management Plans

Specifics on NSF Data Management Plans.


Texas A&M Resources

Texas A&M University Libraries

If there is not an appropriate national, college, or departmental data storage repository, then Texas A&M University's Digital Libraries can assist PIs with data storage. See the Digital Libraries website for information regarding costs, file requirements and preferences, and other details regarding data storage and sharing options.


Additional Data Management Plan Resources

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Libraries have created an extensive, helpful online guide to data management and publishing:

Rice University’s Office of Proposal Development has a web page on Data Management, including links to sample DMPs.

University of Minnesota's Libraries' Managing Your Data Resource Pages
The University of Minnesota Libraries website provides a useful Summary of Funding Agency Data Management Guidelines as well as Data Management Plan Examples.

Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research Guidelines for Effective Data Management Plans and Data Management Plan Resources and Examples.