The Charity Commission for Northern Ireland is embracing Open Data, according to its news release. It is one of the first non-departmental bodies to take the step, as part of a public sector drive towards greater transparency.
It will make information it holds open to third parties, in an accessible format, covering:
- Charities that are listed on the public register of charities including details of their purposes, beneficiaries and public address
- Charity income and expenditure – added as charities complete their annual monitoring return
- Data generated through research undertaken into public trust and confidence in charities in Northern Ireland.
Personal information that falls under the Freedom of Information Act and other sensitive data will not be published.
See the news release for more.