Everything you need to know about High Value Datasets (HVDs) – Part 1
In January 2023, the European Commission published a list of categories of high-value datasets that public sector bodies will have to make available for re-use, free of charge, by June 2024.
This article provides an overview of the context surrounding HVDs and answers the most frequently asked questions. It will help you better understand HVDs and how to progress on your data journey.
Where did high-value datasets come from?
What are high-value datasets and why are they important?
What kinds of data are high-value datasets?
Why were those six categories chosen?
What are the impacts on SMEs and competitiveness?
Will the provision of HVDs result in a significant burden for public bodies?
Part 2 coming soon!
In part 2 we will answer the question “What should Public Sector Bodies do now?“, highlighting the steps to follow for HVDs publication.
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