FI-03: Build a research information technology discovery service that lists services from multiple organizations

Executive Summary: 
An organization that provides services to researchers wants to tell its researchers about useful services from many related organizations, so it builds a service catalog using data from an aggregation service that receives information from many organizations. Examples of such organizations include: a campus research information technology (IT) department and a national research service. Examples of services include: live events, online training, research computing systems (compute, viz, storage, and instruments), software and digital services, public research data, consulting and support services, and IT guides.
User Importance Summary: 
One of the benefits a community provides is connecting services with people who need them. Research IT organizations play a key role in letting researchers know about services offered by a variety of organizations.
Target Communities and Sizes: 
Service providers - 10 < N < 100 Campus champions - 10 < N < 100 Campus IT administrators - 100 < N < 1,000