Data Sharing Governance Guidebook
Natalie Harris is a sought-after thought leader on the ethical and responsible use of data after nearly 20 years advancing the public sector’s strategic use of data. She co-founded and currently serves as Head of Strategic Initiatives of BrightHive, a data trust platform delivering a suite of smart data collection, integration, and governance products to social services providers for improved access to and usability of social sector data. She serves as a Strategic Advisor to what is now called the Global Data Ethics Project (GDEP) in advancing the adoption of tools, techniques, and practices developed by the community. As a Senior Policy Advisor to the U.S. Chief Technology Officer in the Obama Administration, she founded The Data Cabinet, a federal data science community of practice with over 200 active members across more than 40 federal agencies.
Whether intended or unintended cities are finding themselves in situations where they have to share data either as the originator or recipient of data. Natalie Harris of Georgetown University and BrightHive has developed a guidebook with a panel of experts to walk elected officials, city staff, and other policymakers through the complex process.