Tag: Paul Maltby

Re-engaging with our external data users

  On Tuesday night some of us from across government departments involved in the Government Data Programme caught up with a group of external data users over a few mince pies. As always it was good to hang out with

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Institute for Government Whitehall Monitor report

The Institute for Government (IfG) recently produced the third of its Whitehall Monitor reports. If you haven’t had a look you should – it’s an interesting and well-written report by Gavin Freeguard and team that summarises the current state of

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The UK government’s plans to get to grips with data

The UK government hopes to boost its ability to analyse and act upon the data it collects via a new cross government ‘Data Leaders Network’ and newly-appointed director of data Paul Maltby. ComputerworldUK explains its plans – and the pitfalls.

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Our plan for data

After a few years looking after the UK’s efforts on open data and policy innovation I am taking on a new role as Director of Data from within the Government Digital Service in the Cabinet Office. I’m excited about this

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Paul Maltby: ‘I’ve had to unfollow civil servants who tweet only about meetings’

The head of open data at the Cabinet Office on braving social media, following up the Shakespeare review and the G8 summit You joined the Cabinet Office as director of open data and transparency in January. What will be your

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