What’s stopping the democratisation of data?


Chasey Davies-Wrigley, principal data engineer at Made Tech discusses how to promote the democratisation of data starting with a new and improved approach to the data maturity assessment.

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How to create open, shared and sustainable data in government


Charles Baird and Firoze Salim from the Central Digital and Data office (CDDO) joined Made Tech’s Jim Stamp to examine how both central and local government can drive innovation through data sharing.

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Made Tech achieves AWS Government Competency status

This designation recognises Made Tech as an AWS Partner that has the ability to deliver AWS projects at pace and at scale to transform digital services across the public sector.

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Addressing the digital and data skills gap to deliver enduring transformation

Public services are under the cosh with departments and agencies facing constrained budgets, but with the same number of priorities to deliver.

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How to stop data ethics becoming a roadblock to innovation


The last thing the public sector needs is a conversation around the ethical use of data slowing down or blocking innovation. Made Tech’s Haroon Ahmed explains the ways ethical data can be an enabler to design services and successfully underpin technology practices.

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Public sector IT projects need ethical data practices from start

Data ethics needs be to integrated into public sector IT projects from the very start, and considered throughout every stage of the process, to be effective.

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Why healthcare must embrace patient-centric data

Effective patient-centric data gives the patient the best possible outcome in a healthcare setting. Hazel Jones, Head of Health at Made Tech, in The Journal of mHealth.

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