Australian Research Data Commons (ARDC): Data retention project

The Data Retention project is a three-year research sector partnership to increase the impact of investment in underpinning infrastructure that store important data collections. Partnerships in the Data Retention project will leverage contemporary research data management practices to enrich data collections with controlled and consistent structural metadata to drive the FAIR data principles, particularly the findability, accessibility and reusability of data collections.

To deliver a competitive advantage to Australian researchers and maximise the impact of valuable research data collections, researchers must have timely access to high quality data collections and stable, persistent infrastructure. The ARDC will partner with eligible Australian organisations supporting underpinning capacity to maximise the impact of important data output of Australian research.

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