Shortlisted for Open Data Awards!

It’s always great when you can start the working week with some news that makes you smile and leaves you feeling proud of the work you are doing.

This morning we had exactly that at the OCSI office, as we found out that we have been shortlisted for the Open Data Business Award. Not only that, our community mapping tool – Community Insight – developed in partnership with HACT has also been shortlisted for the Open Data Innovation Award.

Hoorah! High fives! Fist pumps!

The Open Data Institute, founded by Sir Tim Berners-Lee and Professor Nigel Shadbolt is world renowned for its expertise and connections within the Open Data world. It is an honour to have been shortlisted along with all the other worthy candidates. You can find out more about the awards and see the full list of shortlisted candidates on the ODI website.

We will of course keep you posted on any developments – Happy Monday everybody!


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