Information from our recent workshop is available to DCC staff here. We’re always interested to hear your comments so please get in touch.
The Logic Chain or Logic Map is a key document, it lays out our issues, challenges and opportunities through to intended actions and outcomes. It will be the basis for our strategy and way forward so it’s really important that everyone can see it and contribute to it. It is only available to DCC staff at present.
We’ve got a Power BI site on Microsoft Teams, and hold regular working meetings to share knowledge and help each other develop. Here is the join code for DCC staff – ‘z9iv1c4’.
We’ve got a Slack site where people working in any organisation can ask questions, get opinions and find the right people to work with – email us to join in.
To find out more about the project, make a suggestion or request the removal of Unconference content:
To enquire about sharing data (work in progress)
In one of the Unconference 2 sessions, the delegates suggested a place to list up-to-date contacts for sharing would be really useful. If you want to add your mailbox to the list please get in touch.
Organisation or Team
|Devon and Cornwall Police|
|Road Traffic Collisions (Devon County Council)||email@example.com|
|Finance (Devon County Council)||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Trading Standards (Devon County Council)||email@example.com|
|Exeter City Council|
|Exeter City Futures|
- More information on Government Open Standards, what they are and how you might use them.
- data.gov.uk – find data published by central government, local authorities and public bodies to help you build products and services.
- registers.service.gov.uk/registers – Registers are up-to-date lists of information that are managed and approved by government. You can use this data to build and maintain your service.
- Local Government Association Data Maturity Self-Assessment