Government needs 'firmer grip' on measuring success of open data, says watchdog

Sooraj Shah
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National Audit Office calls for evaluative framework to measure success

The government needs a ‘firmer grip' on measuring the success of open data policies, according to a report on public access to information by the National Audit Office (NAO). The report focuses ...

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