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What, if any, are the main interoperability challenges that you experience in your sector/work?
What do you think the most effective technical approach to enabling interoperability between international data standards is?
Should similar international standards be integrated? What would be the benefits/drawbacks of this?
Is there a need for a checklist for new data standards to ensure interoperability is built into new standards from the outset? If so, what should it include?
What do you think the most effective way of joining up the standards that underpin the SDG framework is?
What are the main changes you would like to see at the international level when it comes to the governance of standard-setting processes?
Should there be an international data consensus or global strategy for the harmonisation for statistics, based on the African example?
How do you think that specialised working and expert groups working on specific standards or thematic areas could coordinate their work more closely?
How can formal UN and other official statistics bodies integrate their leadership structures with broader multi-stakeholder initiatives?
What do you consider the ‘next steps’ to be in transforming international commitments on the need for interoperability into workable technical solutions?
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