Introduction

Are you involved in managing access to public sector administrative data? Or are you involved in research and analysis that could use this data, or making policy and practice decisions that could be informed by it?

If the answer to either of these questions is yes, then ADR UK (Administrative Data Research UK) would like to hear from you about your attitudes to, and experiences of, enabling access to such data for research.

In this survey, we are primarily interested in the views of those in UK Government departments, executive agencies or non-departmental public bodies. However, we are also interested to hear from those in local authorities, devolved government, and the third sector.

ADR UK is a partnership working directly with government (UK and devolved) to transform the way researchers access the UK’s wealth of public sector data, to enable better informed policy decisions that improve people’s lives. ADR UK is funded by the Economic & Social Research Council (ESRC), part of UK Research & Innovation (UKRI).

This survey will ask you a maximum of 10 multiple choice questions, and should take no longer than 10 minutes to complete. It is open until 17 January 2021.

The survey will not ask you to give any personally identifiable information, unless you request to be emailed to arrange a follow-up meeting, in which case your details will be used by the ADR UK Strategic Hub team for this purpose only, and not shared with any third parties.

The results will be used to inform the development of ADR UK’s programmes and engagement with government and other public bodies, and may be published in the ADR UK annual report and/or on the ADR UK website, adruk.org.

For any enquiries regarding this survey, please contact edward.morrow@ukri.org.

If you understand the above and consent to your responses being processed by ADR UK for this purpose, please click ‘OK' then 'Next' to begin.
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