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Research Data

A DMP, you say?

A data management plan (DMP) is a framework document that enables the various participants of a research project to define all the tasks to be performed concerning the management of the data produced and used in the project: storage, standards, sharing, possible reuses, archiving, copyright, etc.
Outlining responses to these different issues in a formal document enables the team to organize its work, to determine from the outset its various needs in terms of data collection and processing, as well as to anticipate resource requirements (storage, recruitment, software). Some of these costs may be eligible. 
In general, the creation of a DMP offers an opportunity to formalize your data management practices.

Sciences Po has also drafted a DMP model adapted to its researchers' needs. It is downloadable in English and French, and also available online, on the OPIDoR tool. The questions mentioned in this DMP template are accompanied by tips and sample answers. Do not hesitate to contact the Data team for further assistance.


Horizon 2020 Projects

VraiA DMP is required. It is considered a deliverable.
When? 6 months after the beginning of the project.
Source : Open access & Data management | H2020 Online Manual

ANR - Agence nationale pour la recherche

TrueA DMP is required. It served as deliverable.
When? 6 months after the beginning of the project.
Source : Plan d'action 2019 | ANR - DMP on OPIDoR online tool

SAB - Scientific Advisory Board Sciences Po

A DMP is not required.
However, the drafting of a DMP makes it possible to anticipate actions and resources.
Get started!

Other funding

What obligations?
Contact the Mission of Support for Research Projects at the Office of Research.

PhD and other projects

Writing a DMP is not a requirement.
But why not try?


[Video] La minute plan de gestion de données (Data Management Plan)​, Doranum Licence Creative Commons

Credits: This guide is written by the Library Research Data team in collaboration with the Sciences Po research centers, the Office for Research (DS) and the Office of Information Systems (DSI). For more information, please contact the Data team: data.bib@sciencespo.fr. Translation : Anita Beldiman-Moore, Sophie Forcadell from the Library.

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Dernière mise à jour: Oct 18, 2021 5:34 PM