John Sheridan is Head of e-Services and Strategy at the Office of Public Sector Information (OPSI) in addition to serving as a co-chair of the W3C’s eGovernment Interest Group. OPSI is a key enabler for the re-use of government information, with responsibility for the re-use strand of policy development the operationally the management of Crown copyright and database rights (the UK Government’s Intellectual Property). John works at the intersection of information policy, technology and online service delivery. With a background in Information Technology, specializing in the Web, he has led a number of projects to enable government data, in particular using Semantic Web technology. John was part of the team of officials support the Power of Information strand of policy development. John has spoken at numerous conferences and events, in the UK and internationally, speaking to both policy and technology audiences.
John is the point person for a current project at OPSI that made The London Gazette, one of the UK’s longest standing newspapers, a vehicle for the UK government to publish usable information to the public.
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