There is no national policy on Open Science in Iceland but OA has been endorsed through government statements in the past.
The three universities in the country have their own institutional Open Access policy encouraging the academic staff to publish scholarly articles in open access and make them accessible free of charge and free of licencing restrictions.
The Icelandic Center for Research, Rannís issued an open access policy in 2003 with later amendments. Researchers who receive funding shall make their research finding available either through publishing in OA journals or depositing a post-print version in repositories. For more, please see here.