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By Glenn F. Eriksson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Crisis Response Lab, Department of Applied IT, University of Gothenburg & Chalmers
This paper aims to uncover some of the problems of gathering consolidated data in humanitarian aid projects and crises. The focus is on routines and tools used in information management. Based on the insights from four professional information managers, key problems of information management in fieldwork has been identified and analysed. The paper outlines implications for design for future tools striving to better support information management. These implications are based on the need for improved standardisation on information exchange and better interoperability between tools and applications.