- information is published in the public domain by default unless there's a good reason not to
- users can see how decisions are made and have access to the raw data
- we publish in line with open standards so data can be interrogated, linked, and easily re-used
- those on the margins are not excluded from our information and services
Strategy in action
We launched the data.parliament.uk platform, an open data service for Parliament. We're developing the next iteration of our data service and building a community of data best practice across Parliament. We review our data regularly as part of this.
- increased volume and quantity of data online for use by everyone
- compliance with recognised standards of data accessibility, quality and reusability
- a stable and sustainable platform for DDP with a simple publication process
- our data sets are more up to date than ever before
We're sharing stories about Parliament, its work and its people on social media. With growing accounts across a variety of platforms run by experts in digital engagement, we're opening up Parliament.
- providing the latest cross-Parliament news in accessible formats for more than one million followers on Twitter
- creating original multimedia content on the topics people care about for an audience of over 350,000 people on Facebook
- experimenting with new ways to engage with younger audiences, whether that's through user-generated content on Instagram or by taking a virtual tour of the Houses
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