Here you will find guiding questions, sectioned off by subject, to help you compose your DMP. These are general guidelines. Always consult your funder for their specific DMP requirements.
Too many questions down there? Then let's keep things simple:
The DMPTool is a highly useful tool for both writing DMPs, and reviewing example DMPs. DMPTool is a free resource which enables researchers to easily compose DMPs. Users can choose from a variety of templates which reflect DMP requirements of dozens of research funders, including the National Institute of Health, National Science Foundation, Gates Foundation, Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, and many others. DMPTool is user-friendly and easy-to-use.
DMPTool was developed by the University of California Curation Center of the California Digital Library.