Making Open Data Real consultation – responses | Cabinet Office
There was a very positive response to the consultation. Launched in August, there were nearly 500 responses submitted before its closure in October.
The consultation set out a series of questions aimed at informing Government’s strategy to embed transparency and open data as core operating principles of the public services. Many of you expressed your support for the principles of open data, your confidence in its ability to bring about a positive change and the benefits it can deliver, including enhancing the performance and delivery of public services and fostering economic growth.
Four responses to the consultation have been redacted in part and one in full. This information has been withheld in accordance with the principles set out in exemptions to the Freedom of Information Act 2000.
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