Coordinating data interchange

Providing a concise picture of geographical needs, resource stockpiles and availability of funds. The catalytic effect is to provide maximum efficiency of goods exchange.
An integral part of equitably distributing goods through globally coordinated commodity exchange.
Tactics include: needs research to furnish information for the localities in need of specific goods; resources research to serve the experts to supply available materials to individual and world-wide collectives; market analysis to determine proportionate amounts for just distribution; dissemination guides to derive from the various resources; and monetary systems intended to guide the decisions of those responsible for the allocations. An example would be that crops would not rot in storage or be ploughed under.
Type Classification:
D: Detailed strategies