Data Coalition Announces New Members from First Half of 2020


Data Coalition Announces New Members from First Half of 2020

Washington, D.C. – The Data Coalition, America’s premier voice on data policy, announces eight new members: AcademyHealth, Esper, GS1 US, IBM, Public Spend Forum, Shared Services Leadership Coalition, Summit LLC, and Tyler Technologies. 

“The need for our government to have useful, high-quality data is exceedingly clear to the members of the Data Coalition,” said Nick Hart, CEO at the Data Coalition. “We’re pleased to welcome a cohort of organizations leading innovative data strategies to our growing coalition.”

The newest member companies and their membership levels are as follows:

In addition, the Data Coalition announces one member upgrading its members to join the Board of Directors: HData

A full list of Data Coalition member organizations and details on membership levels are available online

About the Data Coalition: The Data Coalition is America’s premier voice on data policy. We advocate on behalf of the private sector and the public interest for government data to be accessible, high-quality, and used to enhance accountability, improve government effectiveness, reduce compliance costs, and stimulate innovation. Our more than 50 members have annual revenue over $300 billion and employees in every state of the U.S. For more information, visit