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DataReady exists to help the sustainable development and humanitarian sectors navigate the complexities of data governance. As a result, we can better understand, apply and track the value that data generates for society as a whole.Learn More
Whether drafting policy recommendations for governments or data management strategies for companies, we always work closely with you, providing support every step of the way.
We support governments, international development organisations, NGOs and companies with the creation of data policy.
At an organisational level, we strengthen people’s and organisations’ knowledge of digital data and how it can be responsibly used.
We work across professional disciplines, building on the experience of our partners and networks.
We worked with UNDCO to produce a suite of data governance documents aimed at improving the transparency, accountability and usability of the UN’s data. Our products covered a range of...View Case Study
Through the production of tailored guidance, we helped ISEAL Alliance members improve their knowledge and understanding of personal and sensitive data. ISEAL Alliance members are now better able to identify...View Case Study
DataReady works closely with GPSDD and the UN Statistics Division to develop and promote data interoperability in the development sector. By coordinating and managing a data collaborative on interoperability, drafting...View Case Study
DataReady cuts through the confusion that often shrouds digital innovation.
DataReady’s ability to identify and simplify data governance challenges – whether they be policy issues around the need for data protection legislation or practical, operational issues such as balancing data usability and personal privacy within a company – is second to none.
DataReady understands context.
DataReady appreciates how issues such as open data publication, interoperability and data sharing converge and come together in the sustainable development sector. Their consistency in research and the production of accessible guidance for practitioners on these issues is exceptional.