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The Impact Acceleration Account has been awarded to the University of Birmingham by the Economic and Social Research Council in order to fund knowledge exchange and impact from 2019 - 2023. The Impact Acceleration Account (IAA@UoB) is a flexible and dynamic fund designed to energise the local social science community to deliver timely impact initiatives, which build upon excellent research and engage non-academic users in generating positive change.

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Please note: In the corporate function you only see the 3 basic data sections: Purchased Products, System Landscape and Incidents. In all lists and tables, data in these sections is added up, grouped, and displayed per customer in a new column with the respective customer name.

By default, the SAP Business ByDesign Interactions statistics show authorized users all values on customer level (including all tenants). Here you can see the overall trend for the interactions and system performance, based on average aggregation.

The Impact Acceleration Account (IAA@UoB) is a flexible and dynamic fund designed to energise the local social science community to deliver timely impact initiatives, which build upon excellent research and engage non-academic users in generating positive change.

Briefly describe your plans for preparing and documenting data for sharing and archiving for future use explaining why these are appropriate. Provide information about where the collection will be made available and why. Specify what data and metadata standards will be used to ensure FAIR data and if you expected a dissemination embargo to be needed. Provide evidence that the data will be well documented during the research project to provide high-quality contextual information and/or structured metadata for secondary users.

Climate services seek the timely production and delivery of useful climate information to decision-makers, yet there continues to be a reported 'usability gap'. To address this, many have advocated the coproduction of climate services between knowledge producers, providers and users, with a tendency to focus on tailoring information products to user needs, with less attention towards the service environment itself. In service management and service marketing fields, this is referred to as the 'servicescape' and is shown to influence behavioural intention, value creation and perceived service quality. In an effort to facilitate cross-disciplinary learning, this research asks whether climate services can learn from other service-based research in public administration/management, service management and service marketing. Performing a semi-deductive literature review, this perspective article examines themes of coproduction and servicescapes, and identifies relevant topics for future climate services research around the added value of service-dominant logic, the subjective experience of users' interaction with servicescapes, and empowerment of users as co-producers of value. This is an important first step in promoting further cross-disciplinary learning to advance both scholarship and operational delivery of climate services.

Our Centre will improve our understanding of the complex interrelationships between society and mental health, create platforms enabling new collaborations between disciplines and with societal partners, and work closely with users, communities, practitioners, and policy makers to design and assess novel evidence-based strategies for prevention and intervention.

A. Instructions on how to use the "Batch Upload" functionality is covered on page 28, Section 9 of the Contractor User Guide. The data elements users populate and submit through the front end user interface are identical to the data elements populated in Batch Upload Template.

A. Master level contracting officers and designated officials are responsible for reviewing order level data submissions. These users will be able to access both contract and order level subcontracting data and make a determination. Order level data is part of the overall subcontracting report. Acknowledging a contract report will acknowledge all order level data submitted by the contractor as well. The government review period begins May 1st. Government contracting officers and designated officials will be able to view order level data within the contract subcontracting report by then.

A. Contracting officers and the Offices of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization (OSDBUs) will no longer receive paper SF-294s and SF-295s. Instead, they will log on to the eSRS to view their contractors' achievements. The system will provide a variety of standard reports, including Analysis of Subcontracting Plan Goal Attainment (SBA Form 1907), a Five-Year Trend Analysis, and a number of other reports - as well as a robust ad hoc reporting tool for users who wish to design their own reports. The agency OSDBUs will no longer need to input the SF-295 data into a Government database, as they have done in recent years, nor will they have to develop a special report for SBA; everyone will have access to the data at the same time. Also, the eSRS will provide automatic reminder notices to contractors when reports are due and generate delinquent notices when contractors fail to submit reports by the due date.

Since 1997 DPLS has cooperated with the Business School Library to subscribe to Datastream, an online economic and financial database located in London. This summer we added a new user interface, called Advance Version 2 for Windows, to the two interfaces already at DPLS.

By working in partnership with academic experts to facilitate and promote research in the justice space, Data First will create a sustainable body of knowledge on justice system users, their interactions across the criminal, family and civil courts and their needs, pathways and outcomes across a range of public services.

The IAA awards support building capacity, skills and culture around knowledge exchange within research organisations, as well as strengthening engagement opportunities with research users outside the academic world.


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