Joining the Data Sharing Coalition
Why join the Data Sharing Coalition?
Do you want to:
- Help unlock the true value of cross-sectoral data sharing by stimulating unified and secure cross-sectoral data sharing under the control of the entitled party?
- Gain and share knowledge about (cross-sectoral) data sharing?
- Define and realise cross-sectoral use cases of data sharing?
- Become part of an open and involved community that will enrich your network?
We then welcome you to register as a participant of the Data Sharing Coalition.
Contribution of participants
Participants are expected to actively contribute to achieving the objectives of the Data Sharing Coalition. The amount of time you invest depends on the activities you are involved in. Participants can:
- Contribute to the definition and realisation of cross-sectoral use cases of data sharing
- Provide input and expertise to determine the harmonisation potential between data sharing initiatives
- Drive knowledge sharing about (cross-sectoral) data sharing
Different types of participation
Within the Data Sharing Coalition, we have defined different roles and levels of commitment for participants. We expect our participants to invest a certain amount of time in the Data Sharing Coalition based on what coalition activities they would like to be involved in. This varies from participation in knowledge sharing sessions to active contribution to the development of use cases and the generic agreements. This way, any type of organisation can participate and optimally contribute to the objectives of the Data Sharing Coalition.
Becoming a participant
Organisations that are interested can join the Data Sharing Coalition by following these four simple steps:
- The organisation contacts the dedicated project team of the Data Sharing Coalition to show its interest in joining by sending an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
- An introductory appointment/intake call will be scheduled to get acquainted and to discuss the details of participation (role and level of commitment)
- The organisation confirms participation, agreed role, and level of commitment
- The organisation is onboarded and invited for all relevant meetings