STIP: Year in Review - OSTI

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Judy C. Gilmore

Scientific and Technical Information Program Manager

DOE/Office of Scientific and Technical Information

STIP:

YEAR IN REVIEW


2013
STIP Annual Working Meeting

April
10, 2013


YEAR IN REVIEW


STIP
-

Representation & Recognition Growing


Headquarters TIOs


Increased Focus on DOE
-
funded research: past & present


Updates


Digitization


Classified


Stats Review


CRADA News


Product Updates


Interesting News on the Intellectual Property Front


Upcoming Focus on _________

Headquarters TIOs

NNSA & Program Offices
-

Much Progress
[Section 5 of DOE O 241.1B]


National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA)


Advanced Research Projects Agency


Energy (ARPA
-
E)


Office of Electricity Delivery & Energy Reliability (OE)


Office of Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy (EERE)


Office of Environmental Management (EM)


Office of Fossil Energy (FE)


Office of Nuclear Energy (NE)



[Reference
www.osti.gov/stip/stimanagers#headquarters
]


In the year ahead:


More training: E
-
link, Program Documents, Review & Release


Responding to diverse needs and vantage points


Assisting Programs with growing an awareness of STI
responsibilities

DOE’s Strategic
Plan
Spoke and HQ Listened


Our success should be measured not when a project is completed
or an experiment concluded, but when scientific and technical information is
disseminated.





DOE 2011 Strategic Plan



Renewed
Focus on DOE
-
Funded Research
being submitted
to OSTI


Growing focus on knowledge management & accountability


Increased outreach to the labs


Ensuring
Research is
represented in
DOE’s STI
Products


Program Fact Sheets included for ARPA
-
E’s transformational energy
projects


Over 2000 STI items included for Energy Frontier Research Center
research


Increased focus on close
-
out of Financial Assistance Awards


Awareness of the role and power of E
-
Link

Increased Awareness at HQ

Human Genome



Working with Office
of Science/ORNL staff regarding

archival
STI from the
Human
Genome Project


“Cold Fusion” Experiments circa 1980’s


Obtained archival
collection of
information



Bibliometrics



Measuring/Analyzing Information Use
& Impact




Currently
working with the Office of Science’s Office of Biological and
Environmental Research (BER) to develop performance measures based on
publication metrics


Metrics/Analysis can be developed for publications funded by a specific
program, or produced by a specific institution, research team, or individual
researcher


NE
-
75 Office of Space and Defense Power
Systems (SPDS)





Key Players: NE
-
75 Federal Program Manager; Site Contacts at INL,
LANL & ORNL; and Tammy Spencer, OSTI



NE
-
75 Program
-
specific Portal and an SPDS Input System is available
for NE
-
75 participants to use and submit historical & non
-
STI


YET
VALUABLE


items


Gap analysis completed
to determine
missing items, with quarterly
updates


Ongoing STI
generated by the NE
-
75 program
submitted through regular
site processes


NE
-
74 (Advanced Reactor Concepts and Advanced Small Modular
Reactors) and other NE organizations also focused on STI submissions


past and future


UPDATES

















Background: OSTI Unclassified Vault

1.2 MILLION full
-
text scientific documents


representing the accumulated
knowledge from DOE and predecessor agencies’ R&D efforts dating from
the early 1940s

Approximately 400,000 microfiche

consisting of the master and
diazo

copies.

Special collections such as the Clinch River Breeder Reactor Program,
Space Nuclear Reports Collection, New Production Reactor, Rocky Flats,
Mound, etc.

Approximately 10,538 square feet of storage space

Includes Unlimited as well as Controlled Unlimited Information (CUI)

Approx. 20% of legacy collection has been digitized through OSTI routine
scanning, SRC requests, Adopt
-
A
-
Doc, and coordination with sites and INIS

Large Scale Digitization Project (LSPD)

MAJOR INITIATIVE AT OSTI will enhance full
-
text
availability across products


Digitization of central collection recognized as a priority
by HQ

Phase I of Large Scale Digitization continues

Digitization of 5 million pages/approx. 100K reports

Subsequent phases to focus on documents, fiche, &
special collections

Processes include: prep, redaction, scan and REVIEW

SITES & OSTI NEED TO CONTINUE TO SHARE INFO
ON DIGITIZATION EFFORTS



Large Scale Digitization Project (LSPD
)


Focus on NNSA LABS


REVIEW: 2011 memo from NNSA Deputy Administrator to LLNL,
LANL, Sandia & Nevada Test Site directors emphasizing their
responsibilities for submitting classified STI to OSTI


David Gottholm, Classified Program Manager: FY12 Site Visits to
Sandia and LANL (LLNL in FY2013)


Site contacts include Classified POCs; STIP reps involved


Agreement at Sandia and LANL to submit historic classified STI
and modify internal processes for future classified submissions


Gap Analysis conducted showing significant #s in scope



MAJOR ACHIEVMENT:

Classified E
-
Link



Enable historic and routine submissions of Classified
and Unclassified
Controlled Nuclear Information (UCNI), metadata reflected in
Announcement Notice 241.5


Will include all major functionality of current unclassified E
-
Link but in a
secure environment (
ESN


Enterprise Secure Network)
that supports
classified
processing


Access will be limited by site (similar to unclassified E
-
Link) and proper
authorization/Need
-
To
-
Know verification



April 2013
-

Development/Testing
Complete and
Authorization
to deploy on ESN


April 2013
-

Beta
testing with Y
-
12


April/May 2013
-

NNSA
/ DOE STIP announcement on production availability


Remainder of FY13
-

Initiate
individual site STIP
coordination/training


FY 2009
FY 2010
FY 2011
FY 2012
FY 2013
0
5,000
10,000
15,000
20,000
25,000
Total Submissions
STATS REVIEW

DOE FY12 STATS included approximately:


8700 Journal Articles




5100 Technical Reports


3000 Conference Items


250 Program Documents


230 Datasets

Review your site
-
specific stats for trends and potential issues:


What are you missing? Data sets? Videos? Software?


Do you have a process for routine submission of Controlled Unclassified
Information (CUI)?


Is E
-
link training needed?

FY 2012 1st & 2nd Qtr.
FY 2013 1st & 2nd Qtr To Date
0
2,000
4,000
6,000
8,000
10,000
12,000
14,000
16,000
Total Submissions
FY 2013 IS SHAPING UP TO BE



A VERY INTERESTING YEAR


“TOGETHER, LET’S BREAK SOME RECORDS”



COMPARING FY2012 and FY2013 thru end of 2
nd

quarter


75% increase in submissions

CRADA NEWS

.


Mobile sites

More science information

Enhanced search options

C
onsolidation
of two core DOE search
engines

Information
Bridge
and
Energy
Citations
Database




MAJOR PRODUCT NEWS

An
‘overdue’ facelift for
E
-
Link

(DOE’s
Energy Link
System) IS COMING

»
Page requests jumped from 700,000 the first full year to 34 million in
FY12

»
Currently 17 organizations from 13 federal agencies participating with
the newest agency being DHS

»
Up to 2100+ websites and over 55 databases,
8 new databases added
in the last year

»
DOE continues to have largest percentage of content





Oct
1, 2012, upgraded version
went live


New
look and feel


Improved search
software


Multimedia
sources integrated (shown within a tabbed result list) a topic
visualization
(
left side of results) instead of just text


Ciencia.Science.gov launched

10 years and going
strong

Searching science information from
over 70 countries

Over 400 million pages of content


Multilingual translations capability


10
languages

UPDATE:


New format type


Scientific Data


added;
7 collections of data currently searchable with
more data collections coming in 2013


New visual clustering feature


allows user to
narrow searches by specific topic


PLANNED for 2013: inclusion of open access
resources


Offers research information to DOE Federal or DOE
Contractor employees, including
unclassified/unlimited

and
statutorily controlled information




FY
2012:



Over 2,100
requests
fulfilled for digitized full
text
in FY2012




Over 480K full
-
text
documents




Over 5.6 Million citations




OSTI ID and the DOI are
now displayed with citations



Navigation links improved



Science Research CONNECTION (SRC)

https://www.osti.gov/src

http://www.osti.gov/sciencecinema/

Over 2000 videos; including 1,700 speech indexed videos

Both DOE and CERN videos can be searched

Now enhanced with more complete metadata

Labs can now submit videos through E
-
Link for inclusion in
ScienceCinema

Systems and processes modified so that all STI video formats, audio
-
indexed or not, go
to SciTech Connect (and ECD) and
ScienceCinema

Work continues with Labs, HQ program offices, and public affairs contacts to include
additional videos, both STI and “informational” videos

New form created for submission of informational videos

Audio
-
indexing software commercialized in 2012; a file conversion option
implemented, allowing additional file formats to be indexed

DOE DATA EXPLORER

www.osti.gov/dataexplorer


Continued Growth


New Software


New Look


New Functionality


New Content


In FY 2012, there were over 300 million
transactions via OSTI resources

An important resource for information about the outcomes of
past DOE R&D that have had
significant economic impact
, have
improved people's lives
, or have
been widely recognized

as
remarkable advances in science

Feature page added for Nobel Prize recipient Brian
Kobilka

(Chemistry) who conducted research at Argonne’s APS

Updated news on Fermi Award winners

In honor of the 70
th

anniversary of the Manhattan Project:
“The Manhattan Project
--

Its Story"
www.osti.gov/accomplishments/manhattan_story.html
,
addressing the background, establishment, operations, and
influences

"50 Breakthroughs by America's National Labs“

Additional 8 feature pages added for a total of 97 feature pages!



In
conjunction with the Curiosity landing on Mars
in
August 2012,
the
RTG feature page (DOE’s multi
-
mission Radioisotope
Thermoelectric Generator
) was significantly enhanced

www.osti.gov/accomplishments


DID YOU KNOW?
The
Multi
-
Mission
RTG was constructed, assembled and
tested by the Department and the Idaho,
Oak Ridge, Los Alamos and Sandia
National Laboratories
. Los
Alamos was
also involved in designing and building
the
ChemCam

(which quantitatively
determines the chemical composition of
rocks!)


www.osti.gov/doepatents



Over 26,000 patent
records


More than 1600 records
added since
4/12


Google Analytics
enabled


Patents that DOE sponsored through
a variety of funding mechanisms,
including grants, contracts, or
cooperative agreements.

www.osti.gov/eprints

E
-
prints
available from individual research
labs webpages:

Total
e
-
prints available, including links to
distributed search sites:


Between 5,000,000


6,000,000


More
than 36,000 research labs linked


More
than 3000 scientific societies linked


www.osti.gov/EDUconnections



Spotlights individual universities with
connections to DOE scientific
research programs.


Well received by universities and
community colleges


Increases awareness of DOE’s
valuable scientific and technical
information

SHOWCASED
:

Iowa State University, Ames Laboratory Connection

www.osti.gov/EDUconnections/iastate


Mesalands

Community College, Sandia Laboratory Connection

www.osti.gov/EDUconnections/ccc/mesalands


Over 4.7 million citations, over 459,000 PDFs
directly available. Another 1.2 million+ have
DOIs or other links




www.etde.org/etdeweb


New features in ETDEWEB:



New
design/look



Box
to limit results to only those where we do have the full text or DOI



Federated
search runs automatically in easy search mode to bring in bonus
records



Much
simpler registration for alerts for IP authenticated users



Added
a DOI icon to help differentiate the type of external link a record may
have



Popular
topics feature

-

Quick Links


currently includes:

Carbon Capture and Storage, Solar cells, and Zero
-

and Low
-

Energy Building



Added
all the free publications offered by the
IEA
and
additional papers
from
World Energy
Congress

Technology
Transfer

http://technologytransfer.energy.gov/

This capability allows users, for
the first time, to search across
the complex for technology
transfer information

Working with the DOE
Technology Transfer
Office, OSTI has
developed a search
mechanism for the
Laboratory technology
transfer websites and
databases



www.osti.gov/greenenergy

»
Over 34,000 technical reports and 2,200 patents related to different types of
renewable energy resources and energy conservation

»
Subject area examples: hydrogen, solar energy, tidal and wave power, energy
storage and direct energy conversion.

»
Semantic Search via Keyword to Concept Searching

Wind Power

Renewable Energy

Wind Turbines

Energy Conservation

Solar Energy

Geothermal Energy

Energy Planning

Energy Efficiency

auto
-
complete
feature

A search for “wind
energy” returns results
specifically related to
wind energy and the
option to explore
related concepts



Mobile Gallery

www.osti.gov/mobilegallery.html


OSTI News

www.osti.gov/news/


Library Tools

www.osti.gov/library_tools.html


Product Resources, Flyers and more

www.osti.gov/communications/flyers


Weekly RSS Feeds on OSTI Products and Services

www.osti.gov/newsfeeds/rss
-
osti.xml


OSTI Twitter Feed

twitter.com/OSTIgov


OSTI Blog

www.osti.gov/ostiblog
/


OSTI on facebook

www.facebook.com/ostigov


Interesting News on the Intellectual

Property Front




Re
-
cap: Fall 2012, Elsevier Publishing delayed
publication of numerous DOE
-
sponsored science and technical articles due to concerns about the U.S.
Government's reserved license in the
article


DOE’s Assistant General Counsel for Technology Transfer & Intellectual Property
worked with Elsevier to ensure Government Rights maintained and to put both
DOE and its contractors in a ‘favorable position’


Resulting email distributed across Department through IP Counsel Distribution


Regarding manuscripts being submitted to OSTI, excerpt:


“…
Elsevier
agreed that OSTI's use of the article is within the government's rights, and also
that authors may submit their articles to OSTI without violating the publishing agreement.



With
this assurance in mind, sites that currently submit authors' manuscripts to OSTI should
continue to follow this model. Sites that do not submit manuscripts to OSTI are encouraged
to do so, to further the use of and access to DOE
-
sponsored research. I anticipate that
OSTI will send appropriate guidance to STIP contacts, but for my part encourage each
author/site to submit to OSTI a copy of the final pre
-
print version of the article (i.e. accepted
for publication, post
-
peer review).



NOTICE ANYTHING?

Blatant Lack of Scientific Integrity

The Facts:

-

Researchers
in India copied an entire article of an
ORNL researcher and simply replaced the original
author's name with their own
names



-

ORNL
contacted the publisher
regarding
pursuing
possible copyright infringement issue, the publisher
responded that the article was copyrighted under
Creative Commons

-

Creative
Commons states ‘you must attribute the
work’ which did not
occur



-

Stay tuned and



Please share other instances of ‘scientific malfeasance’



Focus Areas for the Year Ahead

In addition to Public Access, Classified,
Digitization coordination, HQ awareness, E
-
Link
enhancements…..


List includes:


STIP Website


keep it current, keep it easy

YOUR INPUT/SUGGESTIONS NEEDED


Capture Sponsoring Organization at sub
-
program level


Components: awardees, sites,
FundRef, Internal Corporate Systems (PADS,
STRIPES) which validate contract/award
numbers, etc.


STIP Communications and PR


Comprehensiveness: CUI, Software, Datasets
and Multi
-
media


ORCID



What else?

In closing, who said?


Together


STIP has ‘power’


AND


STIP has
great responsibility




Judy C. Gilmore,
gilmorej@osti.gov
, 865.576.5600

Scientific and Technical Information Program (STIP)

Manager and Policy Liaison