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    Understanding Data Managers

    Data Managers schedule processes, manage sets, and run activities that affect multiple IEs.
    Data Managers are responsible for:
    • Managing sets
    • Scheduling and monitoring processes
    • Publishing configurations, and
    • managing the recycle bin.
    Data Managers can also work with individual IEs, but their primary role is to work on groups of data at an institutional level.
    Permissions for Data Managers differ slightly from those of most other roles. Data Managers can have Typical permissions, which include adding/editing and deleting IEs or they can have Full permissions, which include all the abilities of the Typical permissions as well as the ability to purge items that have been deleted.
    Data Managers’ scope can be either institutional or consortial.
    For information on Access Rights Policies and Retention Rights Policies, see Access Rights and Retention Policies.
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