At the University of Amsterdam (UvA) and the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences (AUAS) a policy for research data management is being developed. The UvA and AUAS endorse what has been agreed on in (inter)national collaborations.
In april 2015, the Executive Board has established central guidelines for research data management (RDM) at the University of Amsterdam and the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences. At the AUAS, these guidelines have been revised and established by the Executive Board in november 2018. UvA followed in January 2020. Faculties, research institutes and knowledge centers are now working on formulating local policies and instructions.
The UvA and the AUAS endorse The Netherlands code of conduct for academic integrity (2018). This code of conduct requires researchers, among other things, to:
Depending on your discipline, other codes of conduct may be important, e.g. regarding privacy, animal experiments, biosecurity and/or conflict of interest.