Local authorities must re-examine how they use data

Tom Allen
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Data duplication and silo creation are common amongst Welsh councils
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Data duplication and silo creation are common amongst Welsh councils

Councils are not taking full advantage of the data they collect

Local authorities in Wales are not using the data that they collect, or are forced to only use it in one way due to their siloed infrastructure. Data management is poor, and a new approach is needed...

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