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Where next for open data?

Where next for open data?

Policy Exchange Head of Digital Government Chris Yiu argues for making non-personal public data open by default. He identifies three main obstacles to open data in the UK: embedding the presumption to publish data, unlocking core reference data in its entirety and staying strategic.

Apps for citizens

Apps for citizens

Policy Exchange’s Digital Government team, Chris Yiu and Sarah Fink, outline the discussion from a recent Policy Exchange roundtable ‘Apps for Citizens’. The event explored what the government’s ‘digital-by-default’ proposals for public services, coupled with the desire of external developers to innovate in the space between citizens and the state, means for public policy?

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RT @DomWalsh13 Good @lizzzburden piece, ft a quote from my @Policy_Exchange colleague Stephen Booth on the value of EU rollovers: “In a world where there’s increasing economic nationalism, the value of locking in existing market access shouldn’t be taken for granted.” telegraph.co.uk/busi…