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ANNEX: Open Data Strategy Data Release Schedule
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DepartmentDepartment for Work and Pensions (DWP)
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Date28th June 2012
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Dataset NameDescription of data (including fields)To be first published on (i.e. date, including month and year)Frequency of update (e.g. monthly, quarterly, annually)Issued under the Open Government Licence (OGL) Yes or No*[1]
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Work ProgrammeOfficial statistics on Work Programme referrals and attachmentsFebruary 2012 - publication started:http://research.dwp.gov.uk/asd/index.php?page=wpQuarterlyYes
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The Work Programme 12 month Job Outcome rate: proportion of customers who have achieved a Job Outcome payment at 12 months on the programmeNov-2012QuarterlyYes
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The Work Programme 24 month Job Outcome rate: proportion of customers who have achieved a Job Outcome payment at 24 months on the programmeNov-2013QuarterlyYes
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Average cost per Job Outcome for customers who have been on the programme for 24 monthsNov-2013QuarterlyYes
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Average benefit savings for individuals who have been on the programme for 24 monthsFeb-2014QuarterlyYes
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Universal CreditThe ICT system will be designed from the outset with open-data consideration in mind. The design criteria already supports this policy. Aggregate data will be released for use and reuse by industry and academia during the first year of live running.2013 onwardsAnnually/quarterlyYes
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Evaluation statistics and analysisWorking assumption is that some information will be available 2013, To be finalised when IT solutions have been agreed.Annually/quarterly but dependent on IT solutions and nature of and timing of evaluation outputs.Yes
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Fit note dataWe have consulted stakeholders as we have developed the electronic fit note. We continue to work on the technical solutions that will enable us to publish aggregate fit note data.To be confirmedTo be confirmedYes
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Procurement – DWP spendingAn automated description to further improve the quality of payment descriptions of payments above £25k.2012/13Annual/quarterlyYes
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Details of ICT cross-Government contracts and DWP contracts including the Department’s commercial procurement ‘pipeline’. Information on procurement exercises to inform the markets as early of possible of DWP plans and help them prepare their bids. (This links to OJEU Prior Indicative Notices)2012Annual/quarterlyYes
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National CensusDWP to provide individual record level data to the Office for National Statistics to improve published population statistics. Administrative data will also be used to validate population statistics produced from the National Census.Late 2012 onwardsAt least quarterlyNo
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National Fraud Authority - Intelligence Sharing RoadmapDWP is actively supporting the creation of the National Fraud Authority’s intelligence sharing roadmap. This will facilitate new data shares with other public and private sector counter-fraud bodies. DWP are continuing to work closely with the NFA in designing the intelligence sharing architecture and the legal framework. The Integrated Risk and Intelligence Service (IRIS) will provide a hub for analysing data to support counter fraud and error activities and will bring the capability to better target resources through the use of risk profiling, data matching (with real time information from a wide range of internal and external sources), and by employing analytical expertise and specialist customer behaviourists.Roadmap in development.Formality and frequency of data exchange to be developed as part of roadmapNo
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Universal CreditUniversal Credit will enable people to manage their individual accounts and change their personal details on-line via a Universal Credit portal. This will be operational in a small pathfinder from April 2013 and from October 2013 will be available nationwide. The take-on of existing claims will be phased over a four year period. This will be operational in a small pathfinder from April 2013 and from October 2013 will be available nationwide. The take-on of existing claims will be phased over a four year period. Routinely available to on-line claimantsYes
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Personal Independence PaymentsPersonal Independence Payment systems will enable people to manage their individual accounts and change their personal details on-line via a portal. This will be operational from October 2013 and will be available nationwide.Oct-2013Routinely available to on-line claimantsYes
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A range of Satisfaction and Experience data on DWP customers.Customer Insight data including customer surveys, related social research, complaints handling (volumes and outcomes) and Ministerial/MP correspondence (volumes, topics and performance)A new section on the DWP’s transparency site will be developed and published by the end of 2012/13.Annually/quarterlyYes
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The Tell Us Once ProgrammeThis programme facilitates the sharing of key life cycle change data (eg births and deaths) across the public and private sectorNational roll out to Local Authorities started and approaching summer 2012, the service is running in 80% of themNew Business strand of the Tell Us Once programme will develop the market for this data using a joint partnership modelN/A
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Welfare Sector Transparency BoardThe Board will explore collaboration with industry and academia to identify opportunities to link DWP data sets with other government and commercial data sets for societal and economic benefit. Minutes to be published.Mid 2012 onUpdates on DWP Transparency websiteYes
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DWP’s website tabulation toolThe existing tabulation tool will be replaced with a system that makes more data available in a more user friendly format.By April 2013QuarterlyYes
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Work ProgrammeWe will explore the scope for sharing in-house market analysisTBCTBCYes
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DWP Information Strategy and Data Quality policySets out the DWP’s Information Strategy in line with cross government information principles. And explains the DWP’s approach to ensuring the quality of the personal data it holds on its customersBy December 2012AnnuallyYes
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General IndicatorProportion of the lowest earners that experience wage progression (Impact Indicator)Published in Quarterly Data Summary (QDS)Quarterly (Jan, April, July, Oct)Yes
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Reform the Welfare SystemRates of people moving from key out of work benefits (Impact Indicator)Published in QDSQuarterly (Jan, April, July, Oct)Yes
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Reform the Welfare SystemFraud & Error in the benefit system, as a percentage of benefit expenditure (Impact Indicator)Published in QDSQuarterly (Jan, April, July, Oct)Yes
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Reform the Welfare SystemNumber of Incapacity Benefit recipients reassessed and those moving from Incapacity Benefit to Employment and Support Allowance nationally (Other Key Data)Published in QDSQuarterly (Jan, April, July, Oct)Yes
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Get Britain WorkingNumber of people onkeyout of work benefits (Impact Indicator)Published in QDSQuarterly (Jan, April, July, Oct)Yes
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Get Britain WorkingProportion of young people not in full time education who are not in employment (Impact Indicator)Published in QDSQuarterly (Jan, April, July, Oct)Yes
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Get Britain WorkingProportion of customers who have achieved a Job Outcome payment at 12 months on the Work Programme (Other Key Data)Published in QDSQuarterly (Jan, April, July, Oct)Yes
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Help tackle the causes of poverty and improve social justiceProportion of children living in workless households (Impact Indicator)Published in QDSQuarterly (Jan, April, July, Oct)Yes
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Help tackle the causes of poverty and improve social justiceThe proportion of households that are workless (Other Key Data)Published in QDSQuarterly (Jan, April, July, Oct)Yes
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Pensions ReformRate of pensioner poverty (Impact indicator)Published in QDSQuarterly (Jan, April, July, Oct)Yes
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Pensions ReformNumber of employees in a pension scheme sponsored by their employer (Impact Indicator)Published in QDSQuarterly (Jan, April, July, Oct)Yes
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Pensions ReformAverage age people stop working (Impact Indicator)Published in QDSQuarterly (Jan, April, July, Oct)Yes
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Enable disabled people to fulfil their potentialThe rate of disability poverty (Impact Indicator)Published in QDSQuarterly (Jan, April, July, Oct)Yes
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Enable disabled people to fulfil their potentialThe gap between the employment rates for disabled people and the overall population (Impact Indicator)Published in QDSQuarterly (Jan, April, July, Oct)Yes
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Enable disabled people to fulfil their potentialThe number of disabled people taking up Right to Control, by location (Other Key Data)Published in QDSQuarterly (Jan, April, July, Oct)Yes
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Improve our services to the publicPublic opinion of DWP service levels (Impact Indicator)Published in QDSQuarterly (Jan, April, July, Oct)Yes
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Improve our services to the publicProportion of new claims to Jobseekers Allowance submitted online (Other Key Data)Published in QDSQuarterly (Jan, April, July, Oct)Yes
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Improve our services to the publicOverall Department for Work and Pensions productivity measure (Input Indicator)Published in QDSQuarterly (Jan, April, July, Oct)Yes
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Notes
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*If no, please provide details of alternative publication arrangement
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