The Internet of Water Coalition is co-led by five non-profit organizations
The Duke University Nicholas Institute’s Water Policy Program is an interdisciplinary effort focused on utilizing data to inform effective policy changes in how water is understood and managed.
The Lincoln Institute Center for Geospatial Solutions’ goal is to empower decision-making with insight from data and facilitate collaboration between organizations to scale collective impact.
The Consortium of Universities for the Advancement of Hydrologic Sciences, Inc.’s mission is to advance water science by strengthening interdisciplinary collaboration, providing critical infrastructure, and promoting education in water science at all levels.
The Water Data Collaborative is a network of non-profit, academic, and governmental institutions dedicated to harnessing the power of community-based water quality monitoring data.
The Western States Water Council (WSWC) Water Data Exchange (WaDE) Program’s mission is to assist WSWC member states in publicly sharing water rights, allocation, supply, and use data through a common streamlined and standardized service that enables state and regional analyses to inform water resources planning and policies.