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Putting the PSMA on the map

During October 2011 we held eight Public Sector Mapping Agreement (PSMA) member conferences across England and Wales. This gave us the chance to engage with our PSMA members and gave them the opportunity to find out more about how they can benefit from the agreement.

Over 425 members attended the eight events and feedback was overwhelmingly positive, with many commenting that it was an ideal platform to share best practice and discuss lessons learnt – and they’re looking forward to future events.

As well as making sure members are getting the best possible value out of PSMA data, we showcased the new collaborative approach to addressing – AddressBase™ and engaged with our Value Add partners to find out the potential of what can be done with PSMA data.

The events also gave us a chance to highlight our new case study finder which we launched at AGI in September 2011. It uses OS OpenSpace to pinpoint the location of our members and show what they are doing with our data. Have a look and let us know what you think.

To find out more you can also visit our Public Sector web pages or read our past blog about some of the presentations at the conferences.

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