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Thursday, September 6 • 3:15pm - 4:15pm
USAID Open Data Policy and Intellectual Property Rights

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This session will present an overview of USAID's development data directives (e.g., USAID's Development Data Policy, USAID's Public Access Plan) for effectively managing USAID-funded data, especially federally funded scientific research data. It will focus on data management issues related to intellectual property rights, licensing, copyright, and data sharing and use. The discussion attempts to highlight data management best practices that USAID and the development data community can advance together to promote responsible use of data.

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Anna Brenes

Data Steward, USAID Bureau for Food Security
Anna began working for USAID in 2012. She works closely with BFS staff and partners to provide guidance and support on USAID's development data directives and the development of analytical geospatial tools. Prior to working with USAID, Ms. Brenes worked 3 years with the State of Minnesota... Read More →
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Gayle Girod

Chief Innovation Counsel, USAID
Gayle joined the USAID Office of General Counsel in May 2011 from World Vision.  She is the Chief Innovation Counsel, supporting the Agency to use its authorities creatively to achieve our development objectives.  Gayle previously practiced government contracts law at three DC law... Read More →
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M. Scott Thompson

Data Scientist, USAID
Scott provides project leadership through USAID's Data Services team to advance the availability, accessibility, and re-use of USAID-funded data. Dr. Thompson's work at USAID focuses on enterprise data efforts, such as long-term curation, interoperability, and data sharing and publication... Read More →


Thursday September 6, 2018 3:15pm - 4:15pm
Academy Hall Breakout A 1825 Connecticut Avenue NW, 8th Floor, Washington, DC 20009

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