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Transparency of federally funded scientific research will expand the frontiers of knowledge.

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The National Science Foundation and its federal partners commit to the direction by the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy to develop policies in collaboration with all stakeholders to accomplish full public access on behalf of science and the future of the United States.

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