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As indicated in DuraSpace's Articles of Incorporation, the objective of DuraSpace is to benefit the public directly through the creation and deployment of open source software and services aimed at supporting scholarly communication and scientific research, improving the quality of education, promoting free and open access to the latest scientific discoveries and intellectual perspectives, and helping to ensure the longevity of our digital history.

Submitted by admin on 2017-03-09 23:07

DuraSpace is governed by a Board of Directors with deep connections to library, industry, higher education and open knowledge communities. The Board works closely with the Chief Executive Officer, Debra Hanken Kurtz, to execute the organization's strategy and business models. The staff of DuraSpace coordinates our open source projects and hosted services as well as provides leadership and support within our communities.

Submitted by admin on 2017-03-09 22:33

As a non-profit organization DuraSpace is committed to providing leadership and innovation in the development and deployment of our open technologies and hosted services by providing executive leadership including sustainability planning and strategic partnerships, technical leadership, project management, community outreach, marketing and communications, fundraising, financial management, business administration, and infrastructure.

Submitted by jludwickson on 2013-10-29 09:46

DuraSpace open source projects are funded through financial and in-kind contributions from DuraSpace memberships. The Registered Service Provider program, revenue based services, and grant funded partnerships contribute revenue to sustaining the organization.  DuraSpace continues to diversify its funding sources to execute a business model aimed at achieving sustainability. 

 
 

Submitted by jludwickson on 2013-10-29 09:40

It is only through the support and collaboration of our members and community that we are able to continue to advance the DSpace, Fedora and VIVO projects to meet the evolving needs of our community. With a combined installed user base of more than 2,000, your financial support and community engagement is critical to keep our open source projects strong.

Submitted by jludwickson on 2013-10-29 09:37