Further call for evidence on Statistics and Open Data

13 November 2013

This is part of PASC’s wider programme of work on statistics and their use in government.

The Public Administration Select Committee (PASC) is conducting an inquiry into statistics and open data in Government, with a focus on the progress of the Government in implementing its Open Data strategy.

The Committee has held three sessions of oral evidence on statistics and open data and has received a number of pieces of written evidence in response to an Issues and Questions Paper (PDF PDF 1.37 MB).

The Open Government Partnership Annual Summit was held on 31 October to 1 November 2013 London. Among other things, this was the occasion for a number of Government announcements about open data. In order to ensure that the inquiry reflects the most recent developments, the Committee is now inviting further evidence.

If you have any comments about recent developments on open data which are relevant to the inquiry, and in particular if you wish to provide any supplementary evidence in the light of the Open Government Partnership Summit and recent Government announcements, please submit your response by no later than midday on Friday 29 November.

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