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Postsecondary Data Infrastructure: What is Possible Today

July 19, 2019 | Institute for Higher Education Policy

Postsecondary Data Infrastructure: What is Possible Today

This paper highlights promising examples of data systems that are prioritizing privacy and security. These examples span from government agencies to academia and cover sectors ranging from healthcare to national defense. In this analysis, O’Hara uses a “Five Safes” framework as an approach for guiding secure data practices:

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How States Use Data to Inform Decisions

July 19, 2019 | The Pew Charitable Trusts

How States Use Data to Inform Decisions

While researchers have explored the use of administrative data in various areas of state government (for example, identifying frequent users of emergency services), little has been published on this trend more broadly. As state leaders seek to harness data in innovative ways, what common themes, noteworthy successes, and notable challenges have the 50 states experienced […]

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July 17, 2019 | Actionable Intelligence for Social Policy

Legal Issues for IDS Use: Finding a Way Forward

This paper offers practical insights to enable governmental agencies and other parties to develop the foundational legal documents for an IDS. The two primary foundational legal documents are the memorandum of understanding (MOU) and data use license (DUL). The MOU is the agreement among the parties that are contributing data to the IDS (“Data Contributors”) […]

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AISP Network Site Case Studies

July 17, 2019 | Actionable Intelligence for Social Policy

AISP Network Site Case Studies

In 2013, the AISP team conducted in-depth interviews with staff at eight Network sites. The resulting case studies carefully examine the diverse IDS models that exist across the Network, analyze how each site uses their IDS to produce actionable intelligence for social policy and practice, and document core components of robust IDS sites.  

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Guidelines for Trusted Data Use

July 17, 2019 | Data Futures Partnership

Guidelines for Trusted Data Use

Many people understand the benefits of data use, but have key questions they expect to be answered before they are comfortable sharing their personal information. These draft Guidelines set out these questions and provide advice to organizations on the kinds of answers New Zealanders are likely to find acceptable.

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Data Ethics Framework

July 17, 2019 | UK Department of Digital, Cultural, Media and Sport

Data Ethics Framework

This Data Ethics Framework sets out clear principles for how data should be used in the public sector. It will help us maximize the value of data whilst also setting the highest standards for transparency and accountability when building or buying new data technology.  

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