Developing a data mindset

TransUnion was pleased to contribute to the government’s white paper on the use of data and analytics to counter fraud, which was published as part of a public consultation earlier this year. Given that fraud costs the government an estimated £31bn to £48bn every year, it’s no surprise that this is a highly charged and emotive issue on the political agenda.

The consultation is intended to ensure that government continues to work with the public and private sector to build public confidence in the use of data; looking at challenges such as data quality, access and analytical capability.

Read our contribution, where we outline the importance of developing and embedding a data mindset for preventing fraud; highlighting the benefits of public and private sector partnerships and sharing our thoughts on what lies ahead.

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