UKA webinar - 8th - 10th March 2023
Powering Digital Public Services webinar
GeoPlace participated in Day 3 of this online UKA event on digital, data and technology infrastructure. The webinar explored where we should focus effort in terms of integration, delivering efficiencies, meeting net zero to power the digital public services of tomorrow.
techuk webinar - 12th December 2022
Future Gazing: Where next for local government tech in 2023?
techUK’s Local Public Services Programme holds its annual future gazing event which is an opportunity to reflect and celebrate the achievements of digital local government of the past year.
UKA Webinar - 9th December 2022
UKA Live: Data, IG and supporting the vulnerable
Good data protection and information governance (IG) frameworks will enable local services to identify and support the vulnerable in our communities. Getting data protection and information governance right from the outset will make this challenge easier for local services.
UKA Webinar - 7th October 2022
UKA Live: Delivering RoI of 6:1 on your data
Is your organisation delivering the true value of its data? Does it have a consistent, joined up evidence base across place to underpin decision making? Does it use a standard ‘golden thread’ to weave data together around people and places?
Data Connect: Unleashing local authority data – helping the most vulnerable
Barnsley Council has been on a mission since 2019 to unlock the massive potential of its data. Local authorities collect significant amounts of valuable data about their citizens, communities and places. The age-old challenge is how do you get that data to a place where you can start making connections that will turn it into usable intelligence?
Data connect: GeoPlace and LGA - a roadmap for digital and data with land and property
This session discusses the need for open standards and ‘key registers’ for critical data assets such as land and property information to support a cross-cutting, functional model for government. It will outline the value of a consistent, joined up evidence base to underpin all decisions around land and property, and service delivery to people at places. After all, everything happens somewhere.
Data linking and connectivity across the public sector
The Government Analysis Function hosted a webinar on 8th March focussing on the value of Unique Property Reference Numbers (UPRNs) in data linking and connectivity. Data linking enriches the insights that can be drawn about society, maximising data utility and better informing policy decisions. UPRNs are a key facilitator.