Governance

Approved by the Open Science Steering Committee on July 16, 2020, the governance of the CCSD is effective as of 2021.

The steering committee

Missions

  • defines the global strategy of the CCSD (and especially of HAL ) and arbitrates the priority axes according to the proposals of the orientation committee
  • Approves the budget and overall resources of the CCSD
  • ensures the coherence of the pricing policy related to the HAL portals
  • Validates the annual activity report and the financial statement of the CCSD
  • Proposes and deliberate on the admission of a new supervising body
  • Appoints the director of the CCSD
  • Appoints the members of the international scientific council

Composition

  • voting rights: supervising bodies CNRS, INRAE, Inria
  • advisory voice: MESRI, CPU, dir. CCSD
  • A president is appointed from among the representatives of the institutions for a period of 2 years

The steering committee meets twice a year.

 

Steering committee members

As of July 1st, 2021

CNRS presidency (2021-2022)

Voting members:
  • CNRS : Alain Schuhl, Chief Research Officer / (Sylvie Rousset, head of Open Research Data Board (DDOR))
  • INRAE : Odile Hologne, Director for Open Science / (Emmanuelle Jannès Ober, Assistant Director for Open Science)
  • Inria : Jean-Frédéric Gerbeau, Deputy CEO for Science / (Jacques Millet, Scientific Information and Publication Services Manager)
Advisory members:
  • MESRI : Odile Contat, head of Scientific and Technical Information and Information Network Department / (Marin Dacos, Open Science Advisor to the Director-General for Research and Innovation)
  • CPU : Lise Dumasy, Open Science Advisor to the CPU / (Paul Indelicato, Research Advisor to the CPU)
  • CCSD : Nathalie Fargier, director
Standing invitee:
  • CNRS : Laurent Barbieri, Regional Deputy / (Aurélie de Sousa, Assistant Regional Deputy)

Recorder: Laurence ElKhouri, Assistant Director of DDOR, CNRS

Partners assembly

Missions

  • Identifies the needs of the institutions having a HAL portal and reports them to the Orientation committee
  • Appoints representatives to the Orientation Committee taking into account the different statutes of the institutions (university-organization-school)

Composition

  • One representative for each institution that has a HAL portal and makes an annual financial contribution to the CCSD
  • The representative has an overview of his/her institution’s policy on open access to publications and open science. He/she reports to the President/Director of the institution

The Partners assembly meets once a year. It is organized in colleges to designate its representatives to the orientation committee. Its members participate in working groups established and facilitated by the CCSD.
A discussion list allows the exchange of information

 

Elected representatives of the Partners assembly

As of July 1st, 2021

List of HAL partners >>

College A (universities, schools, colleges)
  • Nicolas Alarcon
  • Chérifa Boukacem
  • Nicolas Fressengeas
  • Marie-Madeleine Géroudet
College B (research organisations)
  • Françoise Rousseau-Hans

Orientation committee

Missions

  • Proposes scientific and technical orientations for the CCSD  and for HAL to the Steering committee
  • Centralizes and prioritizes the needs of all CCSD users

Composition

  • CNRS, INRAE, Inria
  • MESRI
  • Director of the  CCSD
  • President of the international scientific council
  • 6 representatives of users of CCSD’s platforms
    • 4 universities or schools, 1 research organism designated by the partners assembly
    • 1 representative from another of the CCSD’s platforms

The orientation Committee is chaired by the President of the Steering Committee. It meets prior to the Steering Committee meetings.

 

 

Orientation committee members

As of July 1st, 2021

CNRS presidency (2021-2022)

Steering Committee members:
  • CNRS : Alain Schuhl, Chief Research Officer / (Sylvie Rousset, head of Open Research Data Board (DDOR))
  • INRAE : Odile Hologne, Director for Open Science / (Emmanuelle Jannès Ober, Assistant Director for Open Science)
  • Inria : Jean-Frédéric Gerbeau, Deputy CEO for Science / (Jacques Millet, Scientific Information and Publication Services Manager)
  • MESRI : Odile Contat, head of Scientific and Technical Information and Information Network Department / (Marin Dacos, Open Science Advisor to the Director-General for Research and Innovation)
  • CPU : Lise Dumasy, Open Science Advisor to the CPU / (Paul Indelicato, Research Advisor to the CPU)
  • CCSD : Nathalie Fargier, director
Head of the International scientific council:
  • Head of the ISC (nomination pending)
Elected representatives of the Partners Assembly:
  • Nicolas Alarcon
  • Chérifa Boukacem
  • Nicolas Fressengeas
  • Marie-Madeleine Géroudet
  • Françoise Rousseau-Hans
Representative of another CCSD platform:
  • Claude Kirchner, head of Episciences Steering Committee

Recorder: Laurence ElKhouri, Assistant Director of DDOR, CNRS

International scientific council

Missions

  • Provides advices and recommendations
  • Contributes to the scientific and technological watch and to the international visibility of the programs of the CCSD
  • Advises on partnership prospects with third parties, propose European and international collaborative initiatives and actions

Composition

  • 12-13 qualified personalities, French and international experts in the fields of open science, publication, open archives and research data
  • in process

The committee meets twice a year

 

 

International scientific council members

As of July 1st, 2021

Creation in progress

Operational management: CCSD

The CCSD pilots the HAL infrastructure and the different CCSD platforms (Episciences, SciencesConf).

  • it ensures the operational management and the development of the infrastructure
  • it implements the decisions of the Steering Committee
  • it animates the network of HAL portals
  • it facilitates consultation with the user committees of its platforms
  • it ensures the communication and the valorization of the activities of the CCSD and HAL in particular

Approved by the Open Science Steering Committee on July 16, 2020, the governance of the CCSD is effective as of 2021.

The steering committe

Missions

  • defines the global strategy of the CCSD (and especially of HAL ) and arbitrates the priority axes according to the proposals of the orientation committee
  • Approves the budget and overall resources of the CCSD
  • ensures the coherence of the pricing policy related to the HAL portals
  • Validates the annual activity report and the financial statement of the CCSD
  • Proposes and deliberate on the admission of a new supervising body
  • Appoints the director of the CCSD
  • Appoints the members of the international scientific council

Composition

  • voting rights: supervising bodies CNRS, INRAE, Inria
  • advisory voice: MESRI, CPU, dir. CCSD
  • A president is appointed from among the representatives of the institutions for a period of 2 years

The steering committee meets twice a year.

 

Steering committee members

As of July 1st, 2021

CNRS presidency (2021-2022)

Voting members:
  • CNRS : Alain Schuhl, Chief Research Officer / (Sylvie Rousset, head of Open Research Data Board (DDOR))
  • INRAE : Odile Hologne, Director for Open Science / (Emmanuelle Jannès Ober, Assistant Director for Open Science)
  • Inria : Jean-Frédéric Gerbeau, Deputy CEO for Science / (Jacques Millet, Scientific Information and Publication Services Manager)
Advisory members:
  • MESRI : Odile Contat, head of Scientific and Technical Information and Information Network Department / (Marin Dacos, Open Science Advisor to the Director-General for Research and Innovation)
  • CPU : Lise Dumasy, Open Science Advisor to the CPU / (Paul Indelicato, Research Advisor to the CPU)
  • CCSD : Nathalie Fargier, director
Standing invitee:
  • CNRS : Laurent Barbieri, Regional Deputy / (Aurélie de Sousa, Assistant Regional Deputy)

Recorder: Laurence ElKhouri, Assistant Director of DDOR, CNRS

Orientation committee

Missions

  • Proposes scientific and technical orientations for the CCSD  and for HAL to the Steering committee
  • Centralizes and prioritizes the needs of all CCSD users

Composition

  • CNRS, INRAE, Inria
  • MESRI
  • Director of the  CCSD
  • President of the international scientific council
  • 6 representatives of users of CCSD’s platforms
    • 4 universities or schools, 1 research organism designated by the partners assembly
    • 1 representative from another of the CCSD’s platforms

The orientation Committee is chaired by the President of the Steering Committee. It meets prior to the Steering Committee meetings.

 

 

Orientation committee members

As of July 1st, 2021

CNRS presidency (2021-2022)

Steering Committee members:
  • CNRS : Alain Schuhl, Chief Research Officer / (Sylvie Rousset, head of Open Research Data Board (DDOR))
  • INRAE : Odile Hologne, Director for Open Science / (Emmanuelle Jannès Ober, Assistant Director for Open Science)
  • Inria : Jean-Frédéric Gerbeau, Deputy CEO for Science / (Jacques Millet, Scientific Information and Publication Services Manager)
  • MESRI : Odile Contat, head of Scientific and Technical Information and Information Network Department / (Marin Dacos, Open Science Advisor to the Director-General for Research and Innovation)
  • CPU : Lise Dumasy, Open Science Advisor to the CPU / (Paul Indelicato, Research Advisor to the CPU)
  • CCSD : Nathalie Fargier, director
Head of the International scientific council:
  • Head of the ISC (nomination pending)
Elected representatives of the Partners Assembly:
  • Nicolas Alarcon
  • Chérifa Boukacem
  • Nicolas Fressengeas
  • Marie-Madeleine Géroudet
  • Françoise Rousseau-Hans
Representative of another CCSD platform:
  • Claude Kirchner, head of Episciences Steering Committee

Recorder: Laurence ElKhouri, Assistant Director of DDOR, CNRS

Partners assembly

Missions

  • Identifies the needs of the institutions having a HAL portal and reports them to the Orientation committee
  • Appoints representatives to the Orientation Committee taking into account the different statutes of the institutions (university-organization-school)

Composition

  • One representative for each institution that has a HAL portal and makes an annual financial contribution to the CCSD
  • The representative has an overview of his/her institution’s policy on open access to publications and open science. He/she reports to the President/Director of the institution

The Partners assembly meets once a year. It is organized in colleges to designate its representatives to the orientation committee. Its members participate in working groups established and facilitated by the CCSD.
A discussion list allows the exchange of information

 

Elected representatives of the Partners assembly

As of July 1st, 2021

List of HAL partners >>

College A (universities, schools, colleges)
  • Nicolas Alarcon
  • Chérifa Boukacem
  • Nicolas Fressengeas
  • Marie-Madeleine Géroudet
College B (research organisations)
  • Françoise Rousseau-Hans

International scientific council

Missions

  • Provides advices and recommendations
  • Contributes to the scientific and technological watch and to the international visibility of the programs of the CCSD
  • Advises on partnership prospects with third parties, propose European and international collaborative initiatives and actions

Composition 

  • 12-13 qualified personalities, French and international experts in the fields of open science, publication, open archives and research data
  • in process

The committee meets twice a year

 

 

International scientific council members

As of July 1st, 2021

Creation in progress

Operational management: CCSD

The CCSD pilots the HAL infrastructure and the different CCSD platforms (Episciences, SciencesConf).

  • it ensures the operational management and the development of the infrastructure
  • it implements the decisions of the Steering Committee
  • it animates the network of HAL portals
  • it facilitates consultation with the user committees of its platforms
  • it ensures the communication and the valorization of the activities of the CCSD and HAL in particular