Data for Public Benefit Framework
This 18 question framework has been developed to help organisations better evaluate the public benefits and risks with regards to data sharing. This framework will help professionals weigh up the purpose of sharing data against the potential for harm and help public service providers have conversations with the public about data sharing.
For the full report see ‘Data for Public Benefit’.
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