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In addition to government and open access data, one pathway for translating observations into real-world applications is through commercial data and information providers.
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Sawyer has interacted with GEO in the past, but the plenary was a special event for. This is a commitment that Sawyer takes seriously.
The idea was initially proposed in when the organization was first founded, but greater emphasis was needed at that time to establish structure of organization and how it would engage with governments. Now Seeking mutual benefits its first decade, GEO is able to reconsider engagement with the public Ladies seeking sex North Bennington Vermont more seriously—a move that Sawyer is pleased to be a part of.
The Seeking mutual benefits of data being collected, how it is shared, and what data users interests continue to alter, even if the vision of putting observational data into users hands has not.