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.
Data Challenge Finalists: meet the team aiming to use machine learning to help HMRC sort through mail items using AI.
The Civil Service Data Challenge final is this week. The Challenge is a fantastic collaboration between Cabinet Office, Global Government Forum, NTT DATA and the Office for National Statistics (ONS) - read more in our latest CDDO blog.
As part of the 2022-2025 roadmap for digital and data, the Central Digital and Data Office is working on developing a Data Marketplace for departments.
We’re taking a user-centred approach to this work, focusing on the needs of those civil servants who use data in their roles, whether that’s for operational or analytical purposes. Read more about CDDO’s ambitious user research, three-stranded, programme: discover data; design a data share; and deliver data consistently.