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Improving the commercial sectors access to government data Visiting Professor Birkbeck College University of London SUF Users Forum 18 th February 2007.

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1 Improving the commercial sectors access to government data Visiting Professor Birkbeck College University of London SUF Users Forum 18 th February 2007 RSS Formerly Research Director Whitbread PLC Martin Callingham

2 Differences between the three domains There should be a deal

3 Census Ness Government surveys Met Office The Centre of Ecology and Hydrology Not OS

4 Consistent national databases Time/ accuracy Detail/ disclosure Connectivity Easy access NeSS Surveys Table Met Office Landcover Conclusion

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8 Labour Force survey 60,000 households General Household Survey 16,000 households Expenditure and Food Survey (EFS) 7,000 households (EFES and NFS) Family Resources Survey (FRS) 29,000 households Survey of English Housing 20,000 households Health Survey 10,000 people British Crime Survey (BCS) 40,000 (household /person) Home Office Citizenship Survey 15,000 biennial National Travel Survey 22,000 adults Time use Survey 15,00 adults on-off Government surveys

9 Sex Male Q.1a Which of these activities would you say you do nowadays? a)18-24 Q.1a Which of these activities would you say you do nowadays? b)25-34 Q.1a Which of these activities would you say you do nowadays? c)35-44 Q.1a Which of these activities would you say you do nowadays? d)45-54 Q.1a Which of these activities would you say you do nowadays? e)55-64 f)65+ Exact Age Group Total Mean A B C1 Mean C2 Mean DE Occupational group Mean Group Total

10 Modelled values to km squares

11 Annual rainfall modelled from station data to output area

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20 Add the normal postcode to the NSPD and postal geography and promote it. Reduce the size of the areal units for reporting NeSS Code all government surveys with OAC and the MRS Social Grade Provide free sample data on all government survey data Free on-line cross tabulation on all surveys for key connections OAC by Region Social Grade by Age by Sex by Region Open the doors at the Met Office and the Centre of Ecology and Hydrology Consider a matching service at full recovered cost The commercial sector to gets its act together in understanding what is available Departments should consider the value of doing work across GB (outside their area) Trading Funds should increase the flexibility in their licence agreements in particular to encourage value added suppliers to be innovative. Conclusions

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