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Tuesday, December 11 • 10:15am - 11:00am
6.3 Public Access Submission System

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Johns Hopkins University, Harvard University, MIT, and 221B have developed the Public Access Submission System (PASS), which will support compliance with US funding agencies' public access policies and institutional open access policies. By combining workflows between the two compliance pathways, PASS facilitates simultaneous submission into funder repositories (e.g., PubMedCentral) and institutional repositories. We intend to integrate a data archive so that researchers can submit cited data at the same time. PASS also features a novel technology stack including Fedora, Ember, JSON-LD, Elasticsearch, ActiveMQ, Java and Shibboleth (with an eye toward multi-institutional support). This talk will include a demonstration of PASS in action. The talk will also outline the steps by which we have engaged the university's central administration (including the president's office and the provost's office) to provide funding, sponsorship for PASS and access to internal grants databases (e.g., COEUS) and engaged US funding agencies including the National Institutes of Health who have offered access to APIs for tracking and correlating submissions, and the National Science Foundation which discussed ways to integrate PASS and their reporting system in the future.

Speakers
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Aaron Birkland

Senior Software Engineer, Johns Hopkins University
Position at Company ABC.
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Sayeed Choudhury

Associate Dean for Research Data Management, Johns Hopkins University


Tuesday December 11, 2018 10:15am - 11:00am
Diplomat Room

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