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The consultation questions are unclear, convoluted and somehow simultaneously too specific and too vague. So, this response below brings together the key issues from the DataBridge project, my own policy and practice experience within the voluntary sector, and wider conversations … Continue reading
The Communities department have today published their Code of Recommended Practice for Local Authorities on Data Transparency. It’s intended to drive greater publication by local authorities of a swathe of data from spending, to contracts, to performance. Currently ‘expected’, Ministers … Continue reading
Last Thursday Government published Making Open Data Real – A Consultation, alongside a Public Data Corporation consultation. My overall impression after one read: it is extremely light on Local – while I understand that the Localism agenda means that central government is … Continue reading