The following is a brief summary of our current plans for COIs, our work understanding the nature of infrastructure, and our initial working models for understanding the funding and operation of infrastructure services.
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The structures and processes governing an organization are critical for ensuring the organization acts by its values and puts its beliefs into practice. We outline our recent governance changes and learnings to be more transparent and share our experiences with others on a similar path.
Last week we shared a first look at the Catalog of Open Infrastructure Services (COIs), a prototype designed to provide insight for decision makers looking to invest or adopt open infrastructure solutions. We wanted to take a moment to reflect on some of the initial questions we’ve received.
In this post, we discuss the various sources of data on funding and financial performance for providers of open technologies and other systems in research and scholarship.
In this post, we continue our discussion of funding open infrastructure with our key terms and a general discussion of the challenges in accessing funding data.