Data-sharing partnerships can be win-win situations for governments and private companies. In the public sector, improved data-sharing can “improve public services, facilitate research and innovation, and inform policy-making.” Data sharing can serve societal good and help businesses identify new models to promote economic and social benefits. This resource includes insights from a landscape analysis of multi-stakeholder data-sharing partnerships in the public sector, drawing on interviews, case studies, and secondary research.
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