Keiran Millard, Head of Data Architecture at CDDO discusses how his team are working to deliver Data Marketplace, a cross-government hub offering accessible and responsibly shared data, designed to drive service improvement.
The Data Standards Authority has endorsed the use of Digital Object Identifiers (DOIs) for cross-government adoption, to help make it easier to track where digital assets have been used in research, policy and the public domain.
Mark your calendars for 25-29 September 2023 for the third DataConnect event series, held in collaboration between CDDO and the DQHub at ONS. Find out more about the event and how you can showcase your data work.
Last month, CDDO's Chief Executive joined the judging panel for the Civil Service Data Challenge final. The challenge which brings civil servants from across government together to design and pitch innovative ideas for the use of data to solve some of the UK’s biggest challenges. Read more about the winning idea.
To support development of the Data Marketplace, CDDO are working across government to implement a common approach to recording metadata, read more about what we are doing, and why.
A lot of us rely on getting data from outside our teams to help us to do our jobs. Data that we then use to make decisions. If higher quality data means our judgement can be more accurate, then it’s clearly in our best interests to do all we can to facilitate high calibre information sharing. Fiona Macauley, Product Manager at CDDO shares her top tips for data commissions.
The Data Maturity Assessment for Government helps public sector organisations improve how they harness the power of data to improve the speed and quality of our public services, sharpen policy making decisions and boost our operational efficiency.
Data Challenge Finalists: meet the team connecting datasets across government to improve levels of compliance for child maintenance payments.
Data Challenge Finalists: meet the team that aims to test government policies at scale using a digital platform - Dokimi.
Data Challenge Finalists: meet the team aiming to change how the UK detects modern slavery using a modern data-driven approach, Project Heyrick.