U.S. State Department Fact Sheet Outlines U.S. Commitment To Global Partnership For Sustainable Development Data

U.S. Department of State: Harnessing the Data Revolution for Sustainable Development: U.S. Government Commitments and Collaboration with the Global Partnership for Sustainable Development Data
This U.S. State Department fact sheet outlines the U.S. commitment “toward increasing the availability and application of public data that span many parts of the 2030 agenda. … [T]he Global Partnership for Sustainable Development Data (Global Data Partnership), launched on the sidelines of the 70th United Nations General Assembly, is mobilizing a range of data producers and users — including governments, companies, civil society, data scientists, and international organizations — to harness the data revolution to achieve and measure the Global Goals. … As a founding member of the Global Data Partnership, the United States is committed to broadening and deepening its leadership in the collection, analysis, use, and release of data to achieve and measure the Global Goals…” (9/28).

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