In 2016 the requirements for the core facilities and large research facilities, which creation and (or) functioning is supported from budget funds, were approved.
This paper presents the analysis of compliance of information posted on the websites of the core facilities and large research facilities or on the websites of their hosting organizations with these requirements. Web content compliant with regulations shall make core facilities and large research facilities more visible for the external users and thus allow to target a wider audience of potential customers and raise demand for the services. The analysis held in spring 2017 has revealed the regulatory provisions, which were not comprehensively followed in actual practice. The research has identified low level of compliance of the websites content with the requirements of the Regulations. Statistical and comparative analyses were the main methods used in the study.
Research infrastructure, core facility, large research facility, research equipment