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OSTP launches Year of Open Science to advance national open science policies across the federal government in 2023 -

The White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) announced new actions to advance open and equitable research, including new grant funding, improvements in research infrastructure, broadened research participation for emerging scholars, and expanded opportunities for public engagement. OSTP is also launching the Year of Open Science, featuring actions across the federal government throughout 2023 to advance national open science policy, provide access to the results of the nation’s taxpayer-supported research, accelerate discovery and innovation, promote public trust, and drive more equitable outcomes.

As historic new investments in research, science, and innovation—including through the bipartisan CHIPS and Science Act and the Inflation Reduction Act—drive progress for people across the country, the Year of Open Science will yield significant benefits on a number of US strategic interests and deliver evidence-based results for the American people.

The Biden-Harris Administration has taken bold steps to advance the principles of open research and open government. In January 2021, the President affirmed the Administration’s commitment to evidence-based decision-making, guided by the best available science and data. This laid the foundation for OSTP’s updated policy guidance, Ensuring Free, Immediate, and Equitable Access to Federally Funded Research, to increase public access to federally funded research, foster greater collaboration and innovation, and strengthen public trust.

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