This guide's primary purpose is to provide information about how to write data management plans for grant proposals, as well as related data resources relevant to conducting grant-funded research.
LTS strongly recommends that researchers, early on, develop long-range plans for a sustainable form of data storage. Doing so can facilitate compliance with future grant applications and avoid the need to later reformat or migrate data to another storage option. Some storage options require a fee, so it is good to plan early for project accounting purposes.
Contacts for questions relating to data management plans for grant proposals:
For assistance with grant proposal writing in general, contact Kate Bullard, Ph.D., Research Program Development Officer, Office of the Vice Provost of Research.