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Outlines that reasonable, allowable costs can be budgeted in three categories: (1) Curating data and developing supporting documentation; (2) local data management considerations; and (3) preserving and sharing data through established repositories.
Takes you to the full National Academies' site on Forecasting Costs for Preserving, Archiving, and Promoting Access to Biomedical Data. Includes the consensus study report, Life-Cycle Decisions for Biomedical Data: The Challenge of Forecasting Costs. Downloadable in PDF format for free. Several related tools and videos are linked in the "resources" section.