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 ===== NEWS ===== ===== NEWS =====
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 +==== UK based Haplo - research solutions (PhD Manager and Repository) company acquired by Cayuse ​ ====
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 +[[https://​cayuse.com/​news/​haplo/​|Press Release]]: "​PORTLAND,​ OR January 6, 2021 – Cayuse, provider of the market-leading research administration cloud platform, announced today the acquisition of Haplo, one of the leading research information management solutions in the UK and a growing customer base in Australia and New Zealand"​
  
 ==== Loughborough University'​s Institutional Repository migration to Figshare ** ==== ==== Loughborough University'​s Institutional Repository migration to Figshare ** ====
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 **Research Outputs Repository Systems Purchasing Service [[http://​repository.jisc.ac.uk/​7832/​1/​research-outputs-repository-systems-purchasing-buyers-guide.pdf|Buyer’s Guide]]** (includes an Appendix: Technical Requirements) **Research Outputs Repository Systems Purchasing Service [[http://​repository.jisc.ac.uk/​7832/​1/​research-outputs-repository-systems-purchasing-buyers-guide.pdf|Buyer’s Guide]]** (includes an Appendix: Technical Requirements)
  
- \\ Details of the DPS and how to procure through it can be found at the service webpage: \\  \\ [[https://​www.jisc.ac.uk/​research-outputs-repository-systems-purchasing|https://​www.jisc.ac.uk/​research-outputs-repository-systems-purchasing]] \\+There are (December 2020) eight accepted repository providers with other suppliers in the process of applying. 
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 +4Science s.r.l. (DSpace and DSpace-CRIS) ​\\ Digital Science & Research Solutions Inc (Figshare) \\ Elsevier BV (Mendeley Data) \\ Ex Libris (UK) Ltd (Esploro Research Repository) \\ Jisc Services Ltd (Research repository) \\ MyScienceWork (Polaris) \\ Reach Solutions (DSpace or custom solutions) \\ Haplo (Haplo Repository) 
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 +Details of the DPS and how to procure through it can be found at the service webpage: \\  \\ [[https://​www.jisc.ac.uk/​research-outputs-repository-systems-purchasing|https://​www.jisc.ac.uk/​research-outputs-repository-systems-purchasing]] \\
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 **How does it work? ** \\ The DPS sets out minimum standards that suppliers must comply with in order to have their product included. These are set out in the Appendix to the Buyer’s guide which can be downloaded from the service webpage. Jisc members (which include all publicly funded UK universities) can use the service to run mini competitions with suppliers, using standard templates provided, and adding additional requirements of their own, if necessary. Jisc will administer the process on behalf of the member, who can use their own criteria to identify their preferred supplier. If a supplier is selected, Jisc notifies all bidders of the result and contracts are between the preferred supplier and member are drawn up. \\  \\ **Benefits and opportunities for Jisc members** \\ • The framework reduces the procurement burden for members: it facilitates a light touch procurement process for members, as OJEU requirements will have already been fulfilled. Members can focus solely on their specific requirements. \\ • Members can be confident that the services included use a clear set of sector standards \\ • The market for such services becomes more transparent,​ efficient and effective. \\ • Members get better value for money. \\  \\ **Opportunities for repository suppliers** \\ Repository suppliers can apply to join the DPS at any time. Details can be found here [[https://​procontract.due-north.com/​Advert?​advertId=7d070ad9-8e5c-ea11-80ff-005056b64545|https://​procontract.due-north.com/​Advert?​advertId=7d070ad9-8e5c-ea11-80ff-005056b64545]] \\ **How does it work? ** \\ The DPS sets out minimum standards that suppliers must comply with in order to have their product included. These are set out in the Appendix to the Buyer’s guide which can be downloaded from the service webpage. Jisc members (which include all publicly funded UK universities) can use the service to run mini competitions with suppliers, using standard templates provided, and adding additional requirements of their own, if necessary. Jisc will administer the process on behalf of the member, who can use their own criteria to identify their preferred supplier. If a supplier is selected, Jisc notifies all bidders of the result and contracts are between the preferred supplier and member are drawn up. \\  \\ **Benefits and opportunities for Jisc members** \\ • The framework reduces the procurement burden for members: it facilitates a light touch procurement process for members, as OJEU requirements will have already been fulfilled. Members can focus solely on their specific requirements. \\ • Members can be confident that the services included use a clear set of sector standards \\ • The market for such services becomes more transparent,​ efficient and effective. \\ • Members get better value for money. \\  \\ **Opportunities for repository suppliers** \\ Repository suppliers can apply to join the DPS at any time. Details can be found here [[https://​procontract.due-north.com/​Advert?​advertId=7d070ad9-8e5c-ea11-80ff-005056b64545|https://​procontract.due-north.com/​Advert?​advertId=7d070ad9-8e5c-ea11-80ff-005056b64545]] \\
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