11AM PT, 2PM ET
States cannot overcome the most important challenges their communities face – problems like drug addiction, school violence, and barriers to good-paying work – without good information and coordinated action. Integrated Data Systems (IDSs) are a new tool that can drive that coordinated action across otherwise “siloed” agencies. But building that tool requires both legal acumen and leadership.
On Sept. 25 at 11am Pacific/2pm Eastern, Governing is hosting an hour-long, informative webcast on effective strategies governments can adopt to create consistent legal “rules of the road” that promote collaboration across government, help to solve difficult problems, and protect residents and communities.
Join us to learn:
- The role of attorneys general (AGs) in navigating legal hurdles
- Best practices from the state of Colorado on sharing sensitive information among agencies
- The latest research about how to develop integrated data systems