Tuesday 10th December, 2013
11:30am to 12:30pm
Can better use of data bring efficiencies in delivery of public services? Does making data open really lead to better outcomes? How do we know? Public and third sector organisations create and own a huge amount of data and information, but are they using it to its full advantage? How can they make best use of shared data to identify service delivery priorities? What is the business case for open data and how can it be best exploited?
Ben Plouviez, Head of Information Management, Rural Futures, Scottish Government
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