Strategic Framework Plan
The DataSTAGE Strategic Framework articulates a forward-looking path for the DataSTAGE Consortium and stakeholders to align across a complex Heart, Lung, Blood, and Sleep (HLBS) landscape of technologies, science, and data. The Strategic Framework consists of a mission, vision, and values, as well as overarching User Narratives and the orthogonal work streams that comprise the types of work needed to execute the DataSTAGE program. The Framework was envisioned and created with guidance from NHLBI and the DataSTAGE Consortium.
The DataSTAGE Implementation Plan describes the process by which the DataSTAGE Consortium will incrementally progress towards the vision of the program described in the DataSTAGE Strategic Framework. The Implementation Plan outlines how the various elements from the planning phase of the DataSTAGE project will come together to form a concrete, operationalized DataSTAGE platform.
The DataSTAGE (Storage, Toolspace, Access and analytics for biG data Empowerment) project aims to create a community of practice that is motivated to collaboratively solve technical challenges to enable NHLBI investigators to find, access, share, store, cross-link, and compute on large-scale data sets. Though the primary goal of the DataSTAGE Consortium is to build a data science platform, at its core this is a people-centric endeavor.
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For NHLBI research investigators who need to find, access, share, store, cross-link, and compute on large scale data sets, NHLBI DataSTAGE will serve as a cloud-based platform providing tools, applications, and workflows to enable these capabilities in secure workspaces. DataSTAGE is a rationally organized digital environment that will accelerate efficient biomedical research and maximize community engagement and productivity through increased access to NHLBI data sets and innovative data analysis capabilities. By making these data sets accessible and usable to varied users, DataSTAGE will drive discovery and scientific advancement, leading to novel diagnostic tools, therapeutic options, and prevention strategies for heart, lung, blood, and sleep disorders.