As more organisations decide to do more with their data, they frequently feel the need for creating a strategy to do so: a Data Strategy. Questions that normally follow this realisation are what exactly is a Data Strategy, what does …
Tomas Sanchez Lopez
Tomas Sanchez is the Chief Data Architect at the ONS. He joined in July 2017 after spending his career working with data both in industry and academia. Tomas is also overseeing the design and implementation of ONS’ Data Access Platform, which integrates all data storage and analysis of the ONS, taking advantage of modern distributed computing tools and other technology and security advancements.
For decades, organisations have been obsessed with technology. First with machines that could make production faster, cheaper and more efficient. Then systems that could manage the information created by these machines...
The ONS's Tomas Sanchez makes his case for the purpose for this blog and explains some of the history that led to its inception.
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Established by the Office for National Statistics in 2017, the government data architecture community share ideas, experiences and methods in an effort to standardise the way we work and ease communication between government departments.
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