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DAMA is a not for profit professional association of information management practitioners. Its primary objective is to “promote the understanding and practice of managing information as key business assets”.
This journal serves researchers in the information systems field and managers, professionals, administrators and senior executives of organizations which design, implement and manage Information Systems Applications.
This open access journal publishes peer-reviewed papers, articles and editorials on digital curation, research data management and related issues. Peer-reviewed papers cover original research supported by significant evidence.
The Data Impact blog is run by the UK Data Service and is a useful resource for researchers, students, communities, policy-makers, government and anyone interested in maximising the impact of social, population and economic data in research and policy.