In response to the COVID-19 outbreak, XSEDE staff have transitioned out of their usual offices and into telecommuting arrangements with their home institutions. They continue to work both to support research around the pandemic and to ensure we operate without interruption.
XSEDE will continue normal operations, and we expect no interruptions to services or resources at this time. As a project, we are working to coordinate staff efforts that span all of our constituent institutions across the country and plan for scenarios that might impact the project. Many of our staff are practicing social distancing and working remotely from their homes, but we do not anticipate any interruption in staff activity.
To lend further stability during this crisis, we are creating processes to track the status of collaborating institutions across the county so that we can adapt rapidly should the situation change. This page provides a variety of information to help the entire XSEDE community stay abreast of changes that might impact the XSEDE project. As the situation develops and more information becomes available, we will share details through this page as well as our normal communication channels.
Please be aware of the following:
The June 7-8, 2020 XRAC meeting will likely be held remotely. More details to come as they’re available.
At this time all XSEDE-allocated resources and services have reported to be fully operational and foresee no interruptions due to the COVID-19 pandemic. If the status of any resource or service changes we will provide updates on this page.
Status of XSEDE Subaward Institutions