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What to Contribute

Please limit your contributions to the topics of de-identification or privacy risk assessment. We welcome collabspace [at] nist.gov (feedback) on future topics of interest. NIST is accepting the following contributions:

Open Source Tools: Tools can be solutions or processes, ranging from software to frameworks.

Use Cases: A use case is an example of an organization processing data about individuals for some explicit purpose(s) (e.g., where a goal is to prevent re-identification of the data during its processing, improve privacy risk assessment practices). 

Feedback: Help the community. Provide feedback on tools and use cases. 

How to Contribute

NIST gathers contributions using a GitHub repository. Individuals can contribute tools and uses cases using GitHub pull requests, and feedback using GitHub issues. Learn how to contribute on GitHub by checking out our step-by-step instructions.

Contribution Instructions  

Contribute

Create a pull request or submit an issue on GitHub.

 Contribute on GitHub 

Need help or have feedback?

Email us for assistance with navigating and using the space, or to submit feedback on topics of interest for the space.

collabspace [at] nist.gov (Contact Us)

Created October 28, 2018, Updated March 28, 2019