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# Working Group on NIH DMSP Guidance ## Products ### [Policy Readiness Checklist for Librarians]( * [Policy Readiness Checklist]( * [More Information]( ### [Data Management and Sharing Plan Checklist for Researchers]( * [DMSP Checklist]( * [Extended Reference for Researchers]( * [More Information]( ### [Example DMS Plans]( * [Searchable Catalog of DMPs]( * [Annotated Example DMP in NIH 2023 Format]( * [Spreadsheet Version of DMP Catalog]( * [More Information]( ### [Repository Finder]( * [More Information]( ### [Glossaries]( * [Data Terms related to the NIH DMS Plan and Policy]( * [Grant Glossary for Librarians]( * [Grant Speak in Context]( * [More Information]( ## Context A new NIH Policy on Data Management and Sharing (DMSP) goes into effect in January 2023 - Although there is thorough information about complying with the policy at, there are many caveats and linkouts to additional information. This means that a researcher or data support specialist assisting with creating a plan would need substantial expertise to be confident in acting in compliance. In order to reduce redundancy in effort and ensure a more thorough understanding of the policy, this working group will review the DMSP and related documents to provide implementation guidance for both researchers and research support staff (e.g. librarians, offices of research, etc.). ### Disclaimer on materials usage: *This guide is intended for educational purposes only and does not act as a substitute for official guidance from the NIH. It is the responsibility of the individual to ensure they understand the NIH Data Management & Sharing Policy, the associated data management and sharing requirements, and their responsibilities as an investigator and/or author.* ## Contributors (alphabetical by first name) * Alex May * Amy Koshoffer * Andrea Denton * Barrie Hayes * Christine Nieman * Collin Schwantes * Dani LaPreze * Daria Orlowska * Debbie Rand * Hannah Calkins * Hao Ye * Jenny Muilenburg * Jess Newman McDonald * Katy Smith * Kelsey Badger * Lauren Phegley * Lena Bohman * Levi Dolan * Lucy Carr Jones * Marla Hertz * Nicole Contaxis * Nina Exner * Rebecca Renirie * Reid Otsuji * Seonyoung Kim * Shannon Farrell * Tess Grynoch * Ummea Urmi ## Acknowledgments This project was made possible with support from the RDAP Association. The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of the RDAP association. This project has been funded with Federal funds from the National Library of Medicine (NLM), National Institutes of Health (NIH), under cooperative agreement number UG4LM01234 with the University of Massachusetts Chan Medical School, Lamar Soutter Library. The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of the National Institutes of Health. ## Citation Please see each product's information page for the recommended citation.
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