Online Consultation in French on the Digital Research Infrastructure (DRI) Contribution Program

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Dear Colleagues, 

On behalf of the applicant board for the Digital Research Infrastructure (DRI) Contribution program, I am pleased to announce a further national consultation session online, in French.    Community consultations are necessary and important to address a number of outstanding governance issues prior to the establishment of the inaugural board for the new organization early in the 2020.

A summary of earlier Fall 2019 consultations is available.

Wednesday, November 27, 09:30–10:30 EST

Join from a PC, Mac, iPad, iPhone or Android device:
    Please click this URL to start or join. https://canarie.zoom.us/j/284745273  
    Or, go to https://canarie.zoom.us/join and enter meeting ID: 284 745 273 
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    Meeting ID: 284 745 273
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These consultations are the next step towards implementation of the DRI Contribution program with approved funding from the federal Minister of Science of up to $375 million.   This program will be governed by a not for profit organization that will coordinate funding and strategic directions for national activities related to:  research data management; advanced research computing, and research software.

These consultations will build on the feedback received during the development of the proposal in the spring and address governance issues including membership and board composition for the new organization.

If you are unable to attend, you can also provide comments and input to the process by email to info@engagedri.ca or stay informed by visiting www.engagedri.ca for further information and updates on the implementation of this initiative.   

Community engagement is critical for the successful implementation of a researcher-focused DRI ecosystem in Canada.  We look forward to your participation and input in this important engagement process.   

Yours sincerely, 

Lori MacMullen

Chair, Applicant Board (NDRIO) and Executive Director, Canadian University Council of Chief Information Officers (CUCCIO)