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    Normally, evaluators take so long to complete data management. Resulting from this problem comes the complaint many organization leaders have, the length of time it takes for completion of the data management process to begin to determine next steps. As pointed out, double work must occur due to the change in the data plan by those who don't have the authority to do so.

    How might this situation be managed to ensure you get only the information you want and no more? How can you be sure of what data is needed for your project?

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    One way to managed the mass amount of data and get the information that you want is to design a data managment tools. The data managment tool called DMPTool is a "collaboration of multiple institution that will help you create a ready -to use data management plans. It will describes the data that you will authored and how the data will be managed. It made the data accessible to you throughout the lifetime. Your data managment plan should include the types of data that you will be authored; provisions for archiving and preservation; access policies and provisions; and plans for eventual transition or termination of data collection in the long-term future. Research data management issues through best practices, training, and services to address data sharing and preservation issues. You can also create a data management plan by using the libraries. You can take one of our data management workshops or watch a recorded session. You can learn about various funding agency requirements and recommendations using NSF Data Sharing policy. You can get access to data management tools and services and include them in your data management plan. A well thought data management plan will define the purposes, outputs, time frames and responsibilities for all operational information systems in an emergency.

    In order to develop an information/data management strategy, an information manager needs to answer the following questions of what are the informational gaps; the types of analysis products are needed; who are the focal points responsible for implementing the system; the methods used to obtain the data; when should each system be implemented.

    Overall, you need a database that stored all your information in an organized system so that you can query them successfully. An example of a database that is free to use is the Access on Microsoft office, which you can query any information you like. To ensure that you always get the information that you want is formed an organized data organization consisting of the leadership team, the Director Development and Operation, the R&D, Operation, and Core CI team. Below the R&D team, there are the federated security, data preservation, distributed storage, data integrations, scientific exploration, and usability and assessment.

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