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Nigel Shadbolt Transparency and Open Data Beyond 2010 Public Sector Transparency Board Chair CLG Local Public Data Panel.

Nigel Shadbolt Transparency and Open Data Beyond 2010 Public Sector Transparency Board Chair CLG Local Public Data Panel.

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  • – and in addition to the legal Right To Data itself this overriding principle should apply to the implementation of all the other principles.– publication alone is only part of transparency – the data needs to be reusable, and to make it reusable it needs to be machine-readable. At the moment a lot of Government information is locked into PDFs or other unprocessable formats.– all data should be under the same easy to understand licence. Data released under the Freedom of Information Act or the new Right to Data should be automatically released under that licence.– the public sector has a myriad of different websites, and search does not work well across them. It’s important to have a well-known single point where people can find the data.
  • – and in addition to the legal Right To Data itself this overriding principle should apply to the implementation of all the other principles.– publication alone is only part of transparency – the data needs to be reusable, and to make it reusable it needs to be machine-readable. At the moment a lot of Government information is locked into PDFs or other unprocessable formats.– all data should be under the same easy to understand licence. Data released under the Freedom of Information Act or the new Right to Data should be automatically released under that licence.– the public sector has a myriad of different websites, and search does not work well across them. It’s important to have a well-known single point where people can find the data.

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