Complexities surround the relationships between the public and private sectors that fundamentally influence the provision of hydromet information and services. This technical note considers the potential conflicting roles of government and the private sector that lead to confrontation and how to shift from rivalry to the coproduction of services. Different methodologies are described including approaches to modernization, the issues and possible benefits of outsourcing through classical contracting, and the potential to coproduce services through partnerships and collaboration. This technical note considers the importance of legal frameworks, open data policies, and regulation to maximize the benefits of weather enterprise and expand public–private sector engagement.