How to Facilitate Interagency Data Sharing For Digital Governments

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Have you ever heard the phrase, “Data is the new oil?” That is because 21st-century data has surpassed oil as the more valuable resource, and there is no debate why that is. If we look at digital governments interagency data sharing is the cornerstone of the communication and decision-making processes. 

What Is Interagency Data Sharing?

Is a business’s or government organization’s data more valuable than gold as it facilitates decision-making? As mentioned earlier, digital governments thrive on data, and to make sense of it, sharing this data with different stakeholders is mandatory. Interagency data sharing is vital when we are talking about law enforcement agencies as multiple stakeholders are dealing with the same user. 

For example, let’s consider the case of an offender. When they get booked, the police department first stores the information. This information might include demographic information and biometric data like fingerprints, facials, and so on. When the offender goes to court, the authorities will get information from the police department. As the pen and paper-based system have their issues, a digital record is always preferred. If the offender wants parole, the parole officer will have to look into the information and keep the system up to date. When the offender gets convicted, the prison authorities will look up the information and update it from time to time. 

Why Interagency Data Sharing Is Important 

Data is an important tool for every organization, no matter how big it is, what it does, or how good it is with technology. We live in the new data economy, which means that sharing data with different government agencies facilitates transparency and decision-making. Here are the top reasons why data sharing is important. 

  1. Better Collaboration
    Collaboration is not only important for business organizations but also for government agencies. With the data stored in the cloud or on-premise, different agencies can access and review data in real time.
  1. Decision Making
    When different agencies get involved in data sharing, they can all make data-driven decisions. The decisions based on data are, most of the time, accurate and provide a solution to critical problems.
  1. Improves Transparency
    When different government agencies share data with each other, they promote transparency and trust among each party. This shared value reflects in the services they offer to the citizens, and thus, improves the overall image of the government.

M2SYS eGov Platform

Hopefully, it is now clear what interagency data sharing is and how it works. You need a robust system that can facilitate all the above-mentioned. Without it, there is no way to share data digitally. M2SYS eGov is a platform that not only offers interagency data sharing but also different solutions for various government agencies. 

As a global provider of software solutions for e-governments, M2SYS has been in the business for over 20 years. M2SYS developed the eGov platform by putting years of experience together. This unique system lets you develop a mobile app for Android or iOS and a web application. The M2SYS eGov platform removes the cost, hassle, and headache associated with development, and ongoing maintenance, unlike other systems. Use any hardware or biometric matching system, and this platform will provide the whole solution without you having to write a single line of code.

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