“If you are hoping for an open data revolution in government that could deliver new knowledge, statistics and understanding of our society and economy, one place that you might hope to see it appear is in the Office for National Statistics. The progress to date has been very disappointing but future prospects are more rosy.” Read the full… Read More

  Originally published by BRE on Technology4change: http://www.technology4change.com/article.jsp?id=593#.VQvrOI6sV8E As the Open Data User Group publishes its paper: The National Information infrastructure (NII): ‘Why, What and How’, we take a look at how greater data transparency opens opportunities for the built environment. The Open Data User Group (ODUG) is an independent body which advises the Government’s Public… Read More