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Data Standards Authority - Show and Tell

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We have been working with colleagues from the Government Digital Service (GDS) and are pleased to invite you to an online session  about the work of The Data Standards Authority (DSA).

The DSA was established with the aim of  making it easier and more effective to share and use data across government. It’s a cross government authority led by the GDS that’s putting in place a common core infrastructure to join up government and fix the foundations with which it operates, as part of the National Data Strategy

In this session, the DSA’s policy lead Firoze Salim and consulting data architect Charles Baird will talk more about the purpose and work of the DSA, the importance of data standards in ensuring a trusted, joined-up and responsive government and how you can get involved with their work. 

Two posters which read Design with Data and Do the Hard Work to Make it Simple

When is the event taking place?

Date: Tuesday 2 March 2021

Time: 10:30am-12 Noon

We will be using YouTube and Vimeo to stream this session and we will send you details in advance of  the event. You may use a work or personal device to join the sessions. If you are unable to access this system on your work device you may wish to join using a personal device.

How do I register to attend?

To sign up for this event please register by clicking this link to eventbrite. Please register for this event using your civil service departmental postal and email address and ensure you have permission from your line manager to attend.

We will send you the link to join this event on Monday 1 March

If you’re interested in finding out more about the DSA, you can listen to their podcast, read their recent blog post and check out their GOV.UK page in the links below:

Listen to the podcast on the Data Standards Authority

Read a blog post on the Data in Government 

Read the GDS GOV.UK page

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  1. Comment by Tom Mungovan posted on

    Hi, as this event has now sold out, will you be making a recording available for those who weren't able to get tickets?