ODI Leeds lunchtime lecture – Making open data happen in local government

Date: 07/04/2017
Organiser: ODI Leeds
Tickets: Get Tickets 
Venue: ODI Leeds, 3rd Floor Munro House, Duke Street, Leeds, LS9 8AG

Open data can help local governments engage more with communities, improve public services and create opportunities for innovation. But how do they get started?

In this lecture, Lucy Knight will share how her team at Devon County Council got to grips with open data through training, trying cheap tools and making critical friends. Lucy will explain how they created an environment where good data is valued as a resource and the goal is to make it as useful as possible with a ‘fail fast, fail cheaply’ attitude and rapid prototyping. Along with some of DCC’s open data projects, Lucy will share some of the cultural and technical challenges they have met, and how they’re overcoming them.

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