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Data sharing agreements

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Last updated on 1 June 2018
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If there is a risk to sharing data with an organisation, it is recommended that you have a data sharing agreement in place. Understand when you might have one and which organisations you may have one with.

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Contents

  1. 1 You decide when one is needed
  2. 2 Agreements should be bespoke
  3. 3 Organisations you may have an agreement with
  4. 4 Speak to organisations you share data with
  5. 5 Further guidance on sharing data

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