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DCLG open data strategy: April 2012 to April 2014

DCLG's open data strategy for 2012 to 2014.

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This has been superseded by the open data strategy published in October 2013.

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DCLG open data strategy: April 2012 to April 2014

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The Open Data Strategy attempts to identify how DCLG and its Arms Length Bodies can drive reform and service improvement through transparency and greater participation from citizens, communities, partner groups and small businesses. Open data is an essential part of DCLG’s overarching purpose to drive forward localism and create the conditions for success.

DCLG is already at the forefront of work in government to routinely release data in more open and useful forms. This strategy highlights where DCLG intends to take action in the next two years to make open data-related improvements within the department.

Published 28 June 2012