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Portrait of James Lowry

James Lowry

James Lowry is a lecturer in the Liverpool University Centre for Archive Studies. He led the development of the UK government’s commitment on records management in its Open Government Partnership National Action Plan (2013-15), and he was a member of the UK’s Home Office Access to Police Records Working Group (2014-15). His current research is concerned with the authenticity of open government data. His recent publications include Integrity in Government through Records Management, which he edited with Justus Wamukoya, published by Ashgate in 2014.


Twitter: @JamesLowryRAI

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Information Integrity through Systems: Building Audit Trails

This blog is a part of a series of posts on the importance of information integrity. Click here to read the introductory post.The previous post in this series looked at capturing and publishing data with metadata, but government data is…

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