That’s the idea that grips our imagination and takes us and many others to the Open Knowledge Festival in Berlin this week. Browse through the Programme and you'll see why it's going to be a couple of days packed with …
John Adams, Head of Business Innovation Team
I am the technical lead for DFID’s open data initiatives, including publishing data to the International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI) standard and promoting reuse of our data internally and externally. I also lead on DFID’s IT strategy and innovation.
One of the main reasons that the International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI) was established was to provide better quality data for the governments of countries in which we work (known as "partner countries" in international development language). If ministers and …
My name is John Adams and I lead the technical team publishing data from our internal IT systems as part of DFID's transparency commitments. As part of our #digitaldevelopment blog group, I'll be sharing some of our experiences of publishing …
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