The BODS standard creates transparency in corporate governance
The CDDO Data Standards Authority are working on the discovery of Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) within and between different government departments and agencies. APIs are a great way to share data as and when it’s needed using agreed open formats, rather than copying and duplicating data in different places.
The Race Disparity Unit at the Cabinet Office Equalities Hub have analysed different approaches taken by national governments to understanding how they compare on issues such as ethnic diversity and cultural identity.
The Data Standards Authority has published guidance about creating and sharing spreadsheets to help people avoid errors and make their spreadsheets easy to find and use across government.
We need your help setting a data standard to make public services more effective for UK citizens.
We want your help to identify and establish an Open Standard for beneficial ownership data.
The Data Standards Authority has published new data guidance to help teams publish their own reference data for use across government
The Data Standards Authority invites you to play a leading role in the future development of the Service Manual and service assessments, increasing the importance that data plays.
Darren Stillwell explains why the Race Disparity Unit (RDU) is a big fan of ‘harmonisation’. He outlines what the RDU is doing to make ethnicity data more consistent and comparable, and outlines some barriers they’re encountering along the way.
The Office of National Statistics has been working on making metadata more accessible, helping to make data a focus of organisational change.