EOSC-hub is finalising a report containing lessons learned from large-scale procurement activities relevant for the EOSC. The report investigates potential mechanisms for researchers to access the results of procured services free at the point of use, illustrated by real-life case studies. The goal is to identify lessons learned and challenges to inform the EOSC Sustainability WG as the legal entity develops the future operating model of EOSC. At the EOSC-hub Week in May 2020, preliminary result of this work were presented (see slides and recording). With this consultation, we invite the EOSC community to provide feedback on a mature draft of the report. The final version is expected by October 2020.
 
Key dates:
- opening the consultation: 29 July 2020
- closing the consultation: 23 August 2020
- document for review 
 
To understand your perspective

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* 1. What is your role?

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* 2. What stakeholder category does your organisation fit into? 

General feedback

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* 3. What is your general feedback about the document? What did you like? What could be improved in the final version?

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* 4. How relevant are the case studies for your domain?

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Voucher use
Public-to-public service provision supported by H2020 Virtual Access
Public-to-public cooperation with cost recovery mechanism
Demand aggregation and lead buyer
Feedback by section
Do you have comments for specific sections of the document? Use the space below

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* 5. Methodology (Section 2): What is your view on evaluation criteria for the case studies? What improvements would you suggest?

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* 6. Demand scenarios (Section 3): Are the three demand scenarios well described and clear? What improvements would you like to see in the final version?

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* 7. Case studies (Section 4): Are the case studies well described and clear? What did you find more interesting? What should be improved? Are there other key case studies that you would recommend for consideration in future work?

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* 8. Conclusion (Section 5): do you agree with the conclusions? What improvements would you like to see in the final version?

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