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We develop new technology, frameworks and models to support better use of data.

We are a team of data strategists and technologists supporting organisations in the public and private sectors to embed best practises in data.

Our specialisms are in emerging technologies (such as data trusts and personal data exchange), and linked reference data.

Our mission is to instil best practises in data within government and to make data truly useful for everyone.

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What we've done for our users

User-friendly standards for Government spreadsheets

Government Digital Service

Making federated data more discoverable

DEFRA

Enhancing the organisation’s USP

DeSmog UK

Cutting edge research into data trusts

Office for AI, Innovate UK

Transforming UK prisons

MOJ, HMPPS

Making personal data easier for citizens

UK Government

Our latest insights

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Preparing the UK Tariff

The Department for International Trade (DIT) released the new future UK tariff as an openly licensed and machine-readable data set for the first time. Simon Worthington explains how the data team collaborated with policy colleagues all across government, all while dealing with the impact of COVID-19 on personal and professional lives.

This is a guest post on the Department for International Trade “Digital Trade” blog.

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How DIT built a service as an open dataset

Simon Worthington explains why Department for International Trade considered the users and publishing open data alongside a new service was the obvious choice for meeting the needs of many.

This is a guest post on the Government Digital Service “Data in Government” blog.

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The four pillars of modern data architecture

In the Internet era, the data problems we have are different. In this first in a series of posts, we’ll examine how the different ways that people create and use data today impacts how we must shape a data architecture.