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Agreement: ndrio_policy_2021

Consent to Disclose Personal Information in the Compute Canada Database (CCDB) to the New Digital Research Infrastructure Organization (NDRIO)

Tag / Version ndrio_policy_2021

Compute Canada is in its final year of operations. Therefore, Personal Information contained within the CCDB will need to transition to NDRIO, which will coordinate and fund activities for Canada's national advanced research computing (ARC) platform in the future.

While a timeline for transition has not yet been established, Personal Information will be provided to NDRIO to support a seamless transfer of information prior to March 31, 2022. This includes:

  • identity information (e.g. CC Identifier, username, CC role(s), etc)
  • session information (e.g. login IP, geo-localisation, session preference, etc.)
  • contact information (e.g. telephone number, email address)
  • academic information (e.g. institution, department, field of research, etc.)
  • Curriculum Vita (CV) information as contained in Canadian Common CV (CCV) or similar
  • Resources Allocation Competitions (RAC) information
  • project information (e.g. project identifier, project membership, project title, project description, research area, etc.)
  • usage information (e.g. allocation identifier, allocation membership, resource utilization, service utilization, event attendance, etc.)

If you choose not to provide consent, you will no longer be able to access CCF resources and services, including RAC 2022.