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Digital facelift – How governments can use public web data to boost efficiency in the public sector

Public sector services are essential and often provide the first line of defense for the most vulnerable. However, given governments’ sheer size, and non-profit nature, efficiency isn’t especially incentivized, nor are the entities providing public services notorious for their flexibility and innovative problem-solving.

The power of collaboration: Opportunities for educators and industry to work together in building data skills

Supporting education programmes is one of the core reasons that the Bright Initiative was established, with the social need to develop people’s understanding of the power of data sitting alongside the commercial need to nurture the data professionals of the future. That’s why we are delighted to work with education institutions and groups around the world and recently took part in a webinar on skills organised by the UK’s CollabGroup.

Or Lechner makes a second appearance at the UK think-tank Institute for Government (IFG) ’˜Data Bites’ event

Covering topics from Internet transparency, Data4Good, ESG data, bots, and industry best practices, The Bright Initiative by Bright Data becomes one of the few organizations to sponsor the event for the second time.

A year of progress on the UK’s National Data Strategy

Guest post by Keren Pakes, General Manager, The Bright Initiative

Reflections on the National Data Strategy Forum and data priorities going forward

A guest post by Or Lenchner, Bright Data CEO

The Latest on The Bright Initiative’s Support for the UK’s National Data Strategy: August 2021

Bright Data’s CEO Or Lenchner took part in the first meeting of the UK’s NDS Forum, co-chaired by the UK’s Minister of State for Media and Data.

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