Since its opening in 2018, the Global Knowledge Exchange & Development Center(GKED Center) has carried out exhibitions, education, and international cooperation missions in the form of a museum in terms of structure and activity. In particular, it showed the same characteristics as the general museums stands for: collection and preservation management, the development of exhibition contents, the utilization of materials operating exhibition planning and exhibition-linked experience programs. Among them, it can be said that the collection and utilization of data are the most important activities of the museum. Therefore, the cooperative complex is obligated to collect data that conforms to its identity, research, investigation, and exhibition and education (experience) of conservative values such as history, content, scarcity, and aesthetics. Nevertheless, there are considerable restrictions on various activities such as data collection and utilization without the unstable consignment management system and legal and policy protection of the National Museum of Korea. In this study, data collected before and after the opening of the cooperative complex, collection methods, and utilization status were analyzed, and activation considerations were presented by dividing them into specialized strategies for collection, direction, and scope. Finally, as a basic measure to ensure this permanently, it was completed by presenting a plan to realize the National Museum, establishing a system and policy safety net, and realizing a regular operating system.