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11th May 2020

Enhancing access to the outputs of Federally funded research

In February, the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) issued a request for information (RFI) about ‘public access to peer-reviewed scholarly publications, data and code resulting from Federally funded research’.

We welcome this consultation on public access policy. As part of our ongoing engagement with the OSTP, Taylor & Francis and F1000 Research Ltd have submitted responses to the RFI. Taylor & Francis and F1000 Research’s responses illustrate how we are working on complementary paths to transform scholarly communication in order to accelerate research impact across the whole ecosystem:

We’re keen to continue engaging with OSTP and other stakeholders about our shared Open aims, to ensure a successful public access policy for Federally funded research.


For more information, please contact:
Mark Robinson, Communications Manager
Email: [email protected]
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