Although countless governments across the country can now claim some digital accomplishment, few have managed the wholesale transformation of government services in recent years better than Indiana, with its child and infant welfare efforts. Over the past decade, the Hoosier …

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Latest crime data shows that the UK is getting significantly more ‘peaceful’. Last month, the Institute for Economics and Peace published the UK Peace Index, revealing UK crime figures have fallen the most of all EU countries in the past …

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The post-2015 data revolution – what does it mean for the little guys? For those of you who have been following the discussion of the post-2015 UN development agenda, the term “data revolution” will not be a new one. The …

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This week we launched the beta version of our linked open data platform for testing. More information is available on our blog and we’re really keen to receive feedback. Confused by SPARQL I’m trying to learn more about linked open …

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On the night of the Budget (May 12) the data.gov.au team published data from entity Portfolio Budget Statements (PBS) in a machine readable csv format. Since then Budget 2015-16 dataset has been accessed 1,121 times. Selected data from budget papers is …

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DCLG has been publishing council tax data at parish level since 2013-14. As part of opening-up the Department’s data, we wanted to make our council tax statistics more accessible. So we have now released data for all English billing authorities …

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