- web orientation
- researcher identity management
- authoring support
- object disclosure control
- data management support
- persistent storage
- full preservation archive, and
[I'll include the last two shorter parts here.
The RRS might include a full-blown OAIS digital preservation archive. Not many institutions run these at this time, so although I think it should, I hesitate to suggest it must!
Some spinoffs you should get from your RRS would include persistent elements for your personal, department, group or project web pages (even the pages themselves). It should provide support for your CV, eg elements of your bibliography, project history, etc. It will provide you and your group with persistent end-points to link to. And your institution will benefit, first from the fact that it is supporting its researchers in curating their data and supporting verifiability of publication, and also benefiting from the research disclosure aspects.]
I guess that just about wraps it up. So who's going to build one?