Open Data in Government

A talk by Tom Aldworth, Aleks Berditchevskaia, Iain Rolfe, Julian Tait and David Wilde
Essex County Council, Nesta, Ordnance Survey, Open Data Manchester and GovX Digital

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Transparency drives confidence, and with a little confidence government can do anything.

According to the Open Data Barometer, produced by the World Wide Web Foundation, the UK public sector ranks first for implementation and impact of Open Data initiatives - so we take a look at what's been achieved, and what more needs to be done to support to demonstrate public benefit throughout the whole data lifecycle.

Tom Aldworth

Passionate about data and analysis, focused on collaboration and the use and sharing of open data.

Aleks Berditchevskaia

Aleks is the lead author of the report, ‘The Future of Minds & Machines’, on combining human and machine intelligence for problem solving

Iain Rolfe

Assessing future trends to enable OS to continue to thrive in a changing world

Julian Tait

He is a passionate advocate for how data and digital technologies can help build more resilient communities

David Wilde

A 30-year public sector veteran, having held leadership positions in all tiers of government and the NHS.

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