State governments across the United States are beginning to recognize the value of interagency data sharing, which improves services to constituents, enables policymakers to make more informed data-driven decisions, reduces fraud and decreases unnecessary data storage and maintenance costs. 

Before data-sharing initiatives can deliver on their promise, states first must overcome legislative, privacy and technical barriers to data integration.

In this white paper, Data sharing across state agencies: Improving constituent services, enhancing policymaking and reducing costs, we discuss the value of data-sharing initiatives, potential use cases, barriers to data integration, and recommended steps toward a solution. 

Click here to view the full white paper.