Making Data Sharing Possible
A few years ago Harvard Kennedy School recognized the Department of Justice Global HTML project that simply by defining data protocols dramatically improved the ability...
A few years ago Harvard Kennedy School recognized the Department of Justice Global HTML project that simply by defining data protocols dramatically improved the ability of unrelated public agencies to share data. In fact, through such conventions the ease of sharing data is so greatly enhanced that agencies have few excuses in defending proprietary approaches to their information.
In his column below, Zach Tumin reports on efforts by the National Information Exchange Model to broaden the domain of cross-boundary information sharing. I invite you to share your data-sharing experiences with a comment in our blog.
Join the Discussion
After you comment, click Post. You can enter an anonymous Display Name or connect to a social profile.
The Week in Public Finance: Moody About Ratings, the Worst-Funded Pension and Data Disappointment18 hours ago
Some States Call for Bigger Cuts in Greenhouse Gas Emissions22 hours ago
Jeb Bush’s Medicaid Fix: More Choices, Fewer Benefits?22 hours ago
Ex-Virginia Lawmaker Vows to Marry the Teenager He Got Pregnant (and Run for Senate)22 hours ago
6 Baltimore Police Officers Indicted in Freddie Gray's Death22 hours ago
Judge Legalizes Gay Marriage in Alabama, But Not Yet23 hours ago