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1 NIST Data and Information Activities: May 9 th EO and the Common Access Platform John Henry J. Scott Physicist Material Measurement Laboratory National Institute of Standards and Technology Gaithersburg, MD Federal Government Sponsors Roundtable, BRDI, Sept 23, 2013

2 Reference Resource Research Software ??? Peer Reviewed Gray Literature White Papers, Talk Slides, … DataSoftwarePublications NIST Pubic Servers Other Fed Agency Repositories Publications Community Repositories Cloud NIST Internal Servers Other NIST Storage Scope of the Problem: Scientific Resources GPO Scientific & Professional Societies Private Sector

3 Ref Resource Research Data Scope of the Problem: Scientific Resources VETTING ANNOTATION CURATION INVESTMENT QUALITY ACCESSIBILITY PROVENANCE FRESHNESS

4 Internal Organizations NIST Director Management Resources Laboratory Programs Chief of Staff CIOLibrary Scientific Data Committee Data Access WG Data Mgt Plans WG Outreach WG Info Tech Lab Engr Lab Physics Lab Materials Lab Wo Chang Chris Greer Office of Data and Informatics Public Affairs John Henry Scott Other Labs…

5 OMB M Response TaskShort-term owner page content CIO, Public Affairs data.json file content Library Inventory schedule Plan for legacy data and new data Plan for expand, enrich, open Chris Greer & Scientific Data Committee Access Level Determination Process TBD by Director’s Office Customer Feedback Public Affairs Maintenance of Enterprise Data Inventory CIO, Chris Greer & SDC Pre-Decisional: Not for Distribution

6 Notional “Common Access Platform” Agency Repos Federal Repos Publisher Repos Domain Repos Other Repos PID-Type-Enabled Harvesters and Brokers PID Resolvers PID Type Servers Metadata Registries/Catalogs Services Layer Portals / Federated Search / Discovery Data Consumers Core Metadata Req. if Applicable MD Extension Metadata Domain Metadata Relationship Metadata Curation Metadata Implement OSTP/OMB mandates Build as little as possible Capitalize on what already exists Encourage standardization across agencies Minimize stranded investments

7 hdl: /456 1PublicKey aa9b07f46f7a70043ba2e497 2titleAtomic Spectral Database 3descriptionDatabase of line energies, transition probabilit… 4tagsspectrum; physics; standard reference data; … 5last update :15:35: publisherNIST (006:55) ……… 22accessURLhttps://www.nist.gov/SRD/ASD.aspx 23ParentDataSet /886-a7-0f optionally via PKI Unique and Persistent Identifiers (PIDs) Give every data object a unique identifier (including collection objects) At the core of proper data management and access

8 /456 1PK aa9b07 2IPrights data 3PublisherNIST 4GUIDa8-0c-22-7f-c1-00 5URLhttp://pubmed.nih.. 6HDL /9934 ……… 1PKpublickey 2field1xxx 3field2yyy ……… Persistent Identifiers (PIDs) Rich PID types can persist relationships PIDs can prove: Identity Integrity Authenticity Not a solution for everything… …but an important technology component in the architecture How many PID types are needed ? What fields are needed in each type ? What process will be used to integrate new PID types as needed ? PID Information Types Framework Running code to manage types and PID type resolution services NEED

9 RDA: PID Information Types Working Group (PIT) Tim DiLauro JHU Tobias Weigel DKRZ† †DKRZ = German Climate Computing Center

10 RDA: Data Type Registries Working Group (DTR) Larry Lannom CNRI Daan Broeder MPI Identify use cases for data type applications Develop a management framework Formulate a Data Model for types Formulate an expressive framework Design functional specifications for type registry services Propose a federation strategy Must articulate US Gov’t Needs Requirements for Common Access Platform Reference Architecture Federal Agency Use Cases

11 Interagency Technical Advisory Group (iTAG) PIT WGDTR WG iTAG $$$ RDA/US $$$ iCORDI $$$ $ advice Articulate US Gov’t Needs

12 Acknowledgments NIST Scientific Data Committee esp. Chris Greer, Wo Chang NIST Data Access Working Group Peter Linstrom, Sasha Kramida, Andrea Medina-Smith, Kellie Beall, Dan Samarov, Bill Turner, Kirk Dohne, Adam Morey, Carolyn Rowland, Jonathan Hardis, Susannah Schiller NIST Office of Information Systems Management (CIO) esp. Pradip Pandya, Don Koss, Joe Kau, Dale Little, Jimmy Graham, Maxim Alexeev CNRI Larry Lannom, Giridhar Manepalli JHU Sayeed Choudhury, Tim DiLauro

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14 Why NIST ?


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