DMP requirements in FWF
As of 1 January 2019, the FWF requires a data management plan (DMP) for all project applications seeking approval and has provided its own template for this purpose. The DMP must include information on how data and their metadata are collected, organised, stored, published, shared, and archived for a specific project. Furthermore, the DMP outlines how the data will be made FAIR.
It is recommended to use the FWF DMP Evaluation Rubric , opens an external URL in a new windowas a further guidance for drafting the DMP and for the evaluation of the DMP.
The DMP must be submitted together with the FWF grant agreement for an approved project
The DMP is a prerequisite for the start of the project and will be checked for completeness by the FWF
It must be written in the same language as the grant proposal. It is recommended to consult the research data management support of the researcher’s own research institute when drafting the DMP
The DMP is to be viewed as a living document that can be modified throughout the project. Any changes made to the DMP should be documented (DMP versioning), and its final version must be included in the final grant report
Financing: Within grant proposals, costs for the preparation, archiving, open access, and later use of research data in repositories can be requested (see the respective application guidelines)
TU Wien DMP Tool
The TU Wien DMP Tool, opens an external URL in a new window also allows the creation of DMPs in FWF format. Further information on the tool can be found on our DMP page and in the FAQ on the TU Wien DMP Tool.
Guide "How to write a data management plan (DMP)"
We have compiled a detailed guide with TU Wien-specific information on how to write a DMP. The topics in the manual are the same as those in the FWF template, they are just dealt with in a different order.
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