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This is where you will find posts about the leadership of data.gov.uk and the government's Transparency agenda, which is led by the Public Sector Transparency Board and the Local Public Data Panel. You can also contact the Transparency Board.

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Transparency Board Minutes - 24th January 2012

Posted by Data.gov.uk Team on 08/03/2012 in Leadership | 1 comment | 2 attachments

TRANSPARENCY BOARD Minutes of the meeting held on 24 January 2012 at the Cabinet Office: Transparency Board Members   Officials (regular attendees) Francis Maude, Minister for the Cabinet Office (Chair) Kitty von Bertele (...

Transparency Board Minutes - 13th December 2011

Posted by Data.gov.uk Team on 08/03/2012 in Leadership | 0 comments | 1 attachment

TRANSPARENCY BOARD Minutes of the meeting held on 13 December at the Cabinet Office: Transparency Board Members   Officials (regular attendees) Dr Rufus Pollock David Barnes (Cabinet Office) Professor Nigel Shadbolt...

Transparency Board Minutes - 15th November 2011

Posted by Data.gov.uk Team on 08/03/2012 in Leadership | 0 comments | 2 attachments

TRANSPARENCY BOARD Minutes of the meeting held on 15 November at the Cabinet Office: Transparency Board Members   Officials (regular attendees) Francis Maude, Minister for the Cabinet Office (Chair) (attended first hour only)...

Local Public Data Panel – Twelfth Meeting 17 January 2012

Posted by Local Data Panel on 07/03/2012 in Leadership | 0 comments | 3 attachments

Panel: Professor Nigel Shadbolt (Chair), Roger Hampson (London Borough of Redbridge), Chris Taggart (Openlylocal.com), Janet Hughes (Greater London Authority), Jos Creese - Hampshire County Council, Dennis Skinner (Local Government Association), Tim...

Local Public Data Panel Submission to Justice Select Committee's Review of FOI

Posted by Local Data Panel on 16/02/2012 in Leadership | 4 comments

1. Executive summary 1.1       In this memorandum, we put forward three recommendations for consideration by the Committee: The Government should consider amending the FOI Act to apply it to all publicly funded...