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German government reveals plans for data institute


New organisation planned to support evidence-based policymaking

Germany’s economics and interior ministries have set up a ‘founding commission’ to organise the creation of a Data Institute aimed at facilitating easier access to data.

A joint statement from the two departments said €1.7 million would be available this year to support work on the project and a consultation with stakeholders on the form and function of the institute.

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