The FDP Open Government Subcommittee provides a forum to track, analyze, and streamline the impact of data driven initiatives stemming from various Federal Government directives such as the President’s Management Agenda (PMA), OMB memorandums, mandates, and agency goals on researchers, research administrators, and institutions. It facilitates the adoption of standards and their implementation to ensure transparency goals are met while maximizing positive impact and minimizing workload on all partners in the process. Finally, the committee coordinates with other FDP committees as needed (e.g. eRA, Expanded Clearinghouse) to address data-centric components of mutual interest.
Active Effort: Letter of Credit Workload Effort Survey Current Survey Example and Details
Supplemental Effort (as of Feb '21): In relation to the LoC survey analysis above and the various modernization efforts below, the FDP and Open Government are happy to share proof of concept material for the NSF & Treasury distributed ledger approach to the post-award draw down process.
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Open Government: Research Administration Data subcommittee has partnered with OMB to explore data driven initiatives in support of the PMA and CAP goals, specifically CAP goal #8 for Results-Oriented Accountability for Grants, as well as the recent OMB memo M18-24 for Strategies to Reduce Grant Recipient Burden. It involves stakeholder engagement and establishing a feedback mechanism for OMB regarding data standards and their application related to several efficiency initiatives within the Federal Government. Wherever possible, projects will include agency perspective and collaboration in their feedback to OMB.
The partnership currently has following three areas of focus:
Federal Government Drivers
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Richard Fenger, firstname.lastname@example.org (Co-Chair) University of Washington
Stephanie Endy, email@example.com (Co-Chair) Brown University
Avi Tembulkar, firstname.lastname@example.org (Co-Chair) National Science Foundation