Factors Influencing Government Cross-Boundary Information Sharing: Preliminary Analysis of a National Survey was released today by The Center for Technology in Government. The report is part of a long term project to understand how governments share information across program, agency and jurisdictional boundaries as they work to improve programs and services. For example, some 700 survey participants from law enforcement and health care reported that clarity of roles and responsibilities; knowledge of organizational policies and information needs; informal problem solving; and information confidentiality, security, privacy and disclosure concerns were prominent in the course of their CBI initiatives. CTG will continue to analyze the project data to test the weight of each of the factors as compared to their overall influence, and make further results available in both academic and practitioner publications.