Open, shared and sustainable data to support decision making

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Jim Stamp

Date: Tuesday, 29 November 2022

Time: 12:05 pm - 12:26 pm GMT

Where: Hybrid

The 2020 National Data Strategy aims to improve the use of data in government, focusing on how embracing and sharing data can create opportunities for innovation and more effectiveness in government. Tackling the challenges acknowledged on the 22-25 government roadmap for digital and data could be a way of approaching this and finding solutions for all.

Made Tech has been working with different data platforms in local governments, and we believe in the opportunities that building a blueprint Semantic Ontology, and by extension a data model, could bring if shared openly and leveraged continuously.

In this session, we would like to discuss the advantages and scope of an open and free data platform that could be shared across government. The discussion will focus on how you can align your projects to the National Data Strategy and drive innovation and collaboration between departments and local authorities.

Key takeaways

  • What are the practical solutions to unlock data challenges
  • How open data opportunities can improve innovation
  • Data models to support transformation

How we can help

Unlock the potential of your data to build smarter, faster services, achieve better outcomes for your users, and enable truly predictive government.

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