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Human Services: Sustained and Coordinated Efforts Could Facilitate Data Sharing While Protecting Privacy
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Kay E. Brown (au)
State and local human services agencies administer funds from various federal programs to help those in need -- many of whom are served by multiple programs. Data sharing across programs can improve administrative efficiencies and client service; however, some agencies are concerned about how to share more data while maintaining client privacy. This report reviewed issues related to data sharing. It examines (1) how selected states or localities have shared data across programs to improve the administration of human services; (2) challenges state and local human services agencies face in balancing privacy protections with greater data sharing; and (3) actions that the federal government could take to help address these challenges. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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