The AMEP Delivery Agent engaged four stakeholder groups: Academia/ENGOs, Duty Holders, Regulators and Service/Technology Providers to inform the AMEP Data Sharing Framework. To maximize the value of the data developed by AMEP’s participants four elements were considered: accessibility, consistency/standardization, timeliness and transparency. To ensure AMEP participants have the time required to QA/QC, understand and respond to the data developed by their Alt-FEMPs or New Technology Trials programs the Data Sharing Framework relies on data embargoes. The embargo periods will further be used to establish data standardization and consistency. To ensure appropriate access to and use of AMEP data, the Delivery Agent in conjunction with its Steering Committee and a dedicated Technical Advisory Group will develop and provide data licenses on a case by case basis to AMEP stakeholders requesting access to AMEP data. These licenses will be premised on a data hierarchy that addresses the specificity of the data, their use and reporting. For those participating in New Technology Trials, non-disclosure agreements will be used to ensure confidential information (and its underlaying data) are protected.
AMEP Data Sharing Framework: Stakeholder Group and Time Frame
|Data Bucket||Primary AMEP Alt-Femp Participant||AMEP Participants (subject to data licence agreement)||Non AMEP Participant (subject to data licence agreement)|
|Facility Data||Per AER reporting requirements||Per AER reporting requirements||Per AER reporting requirements|
|Equipment Data||Data provided by service provider, sharing with AMEP at time of Screening/Survey||Access to Standardized Data at 6 Months post collection event||Access to Standardized Data at 12 Months post collection event|
|Detection Data||Data provided by service provider, sharing with AMEP at time of Screening/Survey||Access to Standardized Data at 6 Months post collection event||Access to Standardized Data at 12 Months post collection event|
|Alt-Femp Performance Data||Data sharing with AMEP at collection event||Access to Standardized Data at 6 Months post collection event||Access to Standardized Data at 12 Months post collection event|
|Leak Detection Technology Data||Assessment undertaken by AMEP, including commercial validation tests and quarterly or bi-annual baselining. Data shared upon completion of assessment.||Access to Standardized Data at 6 Months post collection event||Access to Standardized Data at 12 Months post collection event|
1. The Primary AMEP Participant is the Alt-FEMP Duty Holder or New Technology Trials participant that is generating or directly tied to the data uploaded to the AMEP data hub.
2. AMEP Participants are defined as recipients of AMEP funding agreements for Alt-FEMPs or New Technology Trials. The 6 month embargo provides access to data (subject to licensing agreement) for the purposes of accelerating learnings and adjustments to Alt-FEMP work practices and/or enabling technologies.
3. Non-AMEP Participants are defined as AMEP stakeholders that have identified a need and use case for AMEP data e.g., academia, service and technology providers etc.
4. Regulatory reporting and publication requirements, supercede AMEP embargos.
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