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Presently it is hard to access data across higher education.  Data interchange standards are not widely implemented by vendors, academic institutions, and government agencies.  Where standards are implemented, they the services are often not registered or documented in an infrastructure that allows them to be readily used by people building integrations and looking for data.  EdUnify infrastructure will allow vendors, academic institutions, and government agencies to register their data interchange specifications and implementations and map them to standard terminology for interoperability.  Users of EdUnify will be able to use these registry and annotation services to build integrations, inventory services, and access data across higher education.  PESC is the right organization to undertake this effort, because it is a neutral party with a track record of success in developing and implementing standards.