Danish Geodata Agency (GST)

From March 2013, ongoing.

The project involves consultancy to the Danish Geodata Agency (GST)  in developing the specification for a benefits realisation study. This is in the context of Denmark’s initiative for open basic data under which all geospatial base data has been made free at the point of use. The benefits realisation study will establish the economic baseline (before open data was available) and methods for monitoring the realisation of benefits up to 2015.

The project involves the analysis of the business case for open data, internal workshops with senior GST staff, review of the specification and tender responses.

ConsultingWhere manages the on-going review of progress with this project. As lead consultant, Andrew Coote is responsible for all training, research and analysis.

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