|Agency / Institution||Details||Resources|
|Duke University||All projects that are funded or where the research subjects are animals or humans must preserve data and other relevant research materials for 5 years after project completion.||Faculty Handbook, section 220.127.116.11 and Appendix P|
|Institutional Review Board (IRB)||Researchers must demonstrate the capacity to protect the confidentiality, informed consent, and subject safety during the research process the research process. A Data and Safety Monitoring Plan may be required.||Assessing the Data and Safety Monitoring Plan
Duke University IRB, Human Research Policies - Main Page
|National Science Foundation (NSF)||
All application must include a 2 page data management plan that addresses what type of data will be generated and how the data will be managed and disseminated.
|NSF - "Grant Proposal Guide," Chapter 2|
|National Institutes of Health (NIH)||Applications more than $500,000 in direct costs must address data sharing. Sharing must protect confidentialty; conform to local, state, and Federal laws; and must conform to local IRB rules.||NIH Statement on Sharing Research Data
|National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH)||Applicants should prepare a data management plan for their project. The plan should describe how the project team will manage and disseminate data generated or collected by the project. For example, projects in this category may generate data such as software code, algorithms, digital tools, reports, articles, research notes, or websites.||Data Management Plans for NEH Office of Digital Humanities Proposals and Awards|
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