Funding fail for information sharing crack team

By Dan Peters | 24 May 2018

A ‘crack team’ launched to improve information sharing across the public sector has announced it is scaling back its work after failing to secure funding.

The Centre of Excellence for Information Sharing, which helped councils, Government departments, police, health agencies and others to work together, has put the majority of its team members on notice four years after it was created.

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