Center for Data Innovation Publishes Report on Data Sharing Strategies
The industry-backed Center for Data Innovation has published a report titled “Exploring Data-Sharing Models to Maximize Benefits From Data.” The report, authored by policy analyst Gillian Diebold, offers insights and guidance for policymakers and federal agencies, as well as private-sector, academic, and non-profit organizations.
The report’s introduction states:
Data-driven innovation has the potential to be a massive force for progress. Data sharing enables organizations to increase the utility and value of the data they control and gain access to additional data controlled by others. This report evaluates the advantages and disadvantages of six common data-sharing models and offers recommendations for policymakers to promote greater uptake of these data-sharing models to maximize the economic and social benefits of data in the United States.