Richard Laux outlines the 3 main reasons for collecting data about people’s ethnicity and identifies 6 principles for collecting these to meet all users’ needs.
The Data Standards Authority wants your feedback on proposals to adopt Digital Object Identifiers (DOI) as a government standard.
Simon Worthington from the Department for International Trade explains why they made the UK Global Tariff an open dataset
This post explains how the Government Digital Service (GDS) have implemented updates from schema.org to GOV.UK, to make important coronavirus content easier to find for users.
Today the Race Disparity Unit has published the first in a new series of methods and quality reports. Find out more in this blog post
The Race Disparity Unit has today (27 June) published the first in a series of summaries of data from the ‘Ethnicity facts and figures’ website.
This first summary shows a range of facts and figures about Black Caribbean people in England and Wales.
GDS has been looking at how government can save money in business processes through the use of data standards and the interoperability they bring. Through improving how government processes talk to each other, we can deliver users simple, seamless and …
Find out about the Race Disparity Unit’s discovery into how CSV datasets are published across government
We want to start a data revolution focusing on service delivery and improving human experience. Find out what we think government needs to do and how you can help.
In looking at how we can improve the publishing of organogram data, the data.gov.uk team has been investigating how our organogram visualisation tool is being used and whether it’s meeting user needs.