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Since 2009 many governments and other public institutions have started to open their data. In this keynote address Andrew Stott will outline the main objectives of Open Data and the growing evidence of economic and other benefits that early movers are already starting to see, and will discuss how public administrations need to be more than simple data publishers in order to gain the greatest benefits for their country or community. 

Andrew Stott

Open Data expert
Andrew Stott was the UK’s first Director for Transparency and Digital Engagement.  He led the work to open government data and create ""; and after the 2010 Election he led the policy development and implementation of the new Government's commitments on Transparency of central and local government.  His role also included responsibility for increasing the UK Government's capability to use the internet and social media to communicate, collaborate and crowdsource with the public. Following his formal retirement in December 2010 he was appointed to the UK Transparency Board to continue to advise UK Ministers in these areas.  He also advises other governments on open data and e-government both bilaterally and as a senior consul…
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