The Implementation of EOSC Advisory Group is dedicated to address different challenges related to a proper use of the EOSC services and ecosystem at large. This is why three task forces, for the first period, have been set up. All of them will provide input to the next SRIA version.
- The PID Policy and Implementation Task Force (PID TF) is dedicated to identify the gaps in the PID ecosystem that has been mentioned in the current SRIA version, especially to highlight mature and recognised PID infrastructures for emerging resource types, to standardise the PID graph, to integrate PIDs into FAIR data management, and to address PIDs and sensitive data (among others). It will provide different kinds of recommendations on PIDs management and will set up criteria and certification of PIDs.
- The Researcher Engagement & Adoption Task Force (REA TF) is focused on engaging diverse research communities in order to increase their participation in EOSC. The engagement work should be conducted along and between disciplinary lines, utilising the achievements of the ESFRIs and thematic services, as well as on a country basis via engaging national initiatives, research performing organisations and scientific institutions, and by collaborating with representative bodies. This Task Force explores an aspect that is not part of the current SRIA version and will provide concrete plans to facilitate the onboarding of researchers in the EOSC ecosystem.
- The Rules of Participation Compliance Monitoring Task Force (RoP TF) will work on providing more practical criteria from the principles expressed in the current high-level EOSC RoP. It aims to define the monitoring process of the different RoPs by setting up a dedicated framework. Based on community involvement, it plans to establish a durable structure to manage the RoP in a sustainable perspective.