Foreign Office the first to adopt GDS-led 'open register' database initiative

Roland Moore-Colyer
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Foreign Office's 'Country Register' unveiled at Sprint 15 - the first of many GDS 'open register' databases

The Government Digital Service (GDS) is pushing for government departments to create their own "open registers" - databases of information, maintained and kept up-to-date by the department, with mo...

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