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Queensland Government Finds Missing Children Using an Automated Data Sharing and Response System

Published: 09 November 2018

ID: G00378417

Analyst(s): Jan-Martin Lowendahl , Tomas Nielsen , Jennifer Mitchell , Chris Howard , Andy Rowsell-Jones


Queensland government agencies collaborated to implement a data response system to share data about missing children. With strong executive support, the agencies implemented an efficient system that improved response times to surface missing-children information for shared view.

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