Sharing the benefits: how to use data effectively in the public sector

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Timmis, Sarah; Heselwood, Luke; Harwich, Eleonora
Date of publication
16 August 2018
Social Policy, Legislation
Social welfare
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This report demonstrates the potential of data sharing to transform the delivery of public services and improve outcomes for citizens. It explores how government can overcome various challenges to ‘get data right’ and enable better use of personal data within and between public-sector organisations.

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