New DCL: NSF RFI on Data Cyberinfrastructure for Future Data-Intensive S&E Research

The following is re-post from our colleagues in IOS.

“On the behalf of our colleagues over at the CISE Office of Advanced Cyberinfrastructure: NSF 20-015 Request for Information (RFI) on Data-focused Infrastructure needed for future S&E research has been released! Details on this new Dear Colleague Letter (DCL) can be found below:

Dear Colleagues,

We strongly encourage you to respond to NSF 20-015 Dear Colleague Letter, Request for Information (RFI) on Data-Focused Cyberinfrastructure Needed to Support Future Data-Intensive Science and Engineering Research .

The challenges of growing volumes of scientific data – their availability, transmission, accessibility, management, and utilization – have become urgent and ubiquitous across NSF-supported science, engineering, and education disciplines. To inform the formulation of a strategic NSF response to these imperatives, the RFI asks the research community to update NSF on their data-intensive scientific questions and challenges and associated needs specifically related to data-focused cyberinfrastructure.

We would like to receive an ample and broadly representative response from across the NSF research domains and disciplines. This was the case with successful 2017 NSF RFI on Future Needs for Advanced Cyberinfrastructure (NSF CI 2030)[1], which informed subsequent CI investments and a new Vision for, Transforming Science Through Cyberinfrastructure. As with NSF CI 2030, we intend to post the NSF 20-015 RFI responses publicly in the spring/summer 2020 timeframe for useful reference by NSF colleagues and the community.

To respond to this RFI please follow the guidelines outlined in the, NSF 20-015 Dear Colleague Letter.

For questions concerning this RFI please contact us via”