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Feasibility Studies Competition: Digital Services for Growth

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Q&A 4: On Public data / Data in the public domain

Question

"For this competition does crowd-sourced information which will be in the public domain count as public data"

Answer

Yes. In the brief we said "Using data sources in the public domain, and in particular, public data", and therefore any data set(s)  that is in the public domain, whether free or paid for, whichever its origin or ownership,  is in scope.   The data set(s) does not necessarily need to be in the public domain at the moment of applying to the competition: the applicant could be making the case of what the business value and digital services could be developed is specific data sets were in the public domain.   

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