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Title: Data4RI Policy
Authors: Zbornik, Pavel 
Keywords: research information management;system interoperability;information exchange;data completeness;CERIF;linked open data;aggregation services;Data4R&I
Issue Date: 22-Nov-2021
Publisher: euroCRIS
Conference: Autumn 2021 series of euroCRIS webinars 
The presentation introduces the EC Data4RI initiative to collect research information for impact evaluation of Research & Innovation investments across Europe. This information collection is aimed to foster better evidence-based decision-making processes, but the system interoperability requirements needed for this information to be consistently harvested and aggregated from a wide range of data provider systems are not there (or not yet). The presentation focuses on the workflows for collecting competitive funded-project information across EU Member States and beyond often using CRIS systems (either national/regional-level or funder CRISs) as sources for the data. A Linked Open Data Could approach is suggested as a solution to tackle the lack of interoperability together with the gradual implementation of persistent identifiers for researchers, organisations and grants. A demo is provided within the presentation to show the current status of the aggregated funded project database and the indicators that may already be examined for data analysis purposes.
25 slides.-- Presentation delivered within the first webinar in the Autumn 2021 series, full programme available at
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