Tag: Department for Transport (DfT)

Impressions from Data Sketches

By chance, I spotted a tweet this evening from @owenboswarva pointing to a #DVLA data release: number of licence holders with penalty points, broken down by postcode district [link] | #FOI #opendata. A quick search turned up some DfT driving

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Data in Whitehall: which UK departments are the least and most open?

Few are brave or foolish enough to publicly disagree with the idea that public bodies should publish as much of the data they hold as possible. After all, we need information – whether it be on projects, salaries, decisions or spending

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