The Public Sector Geospatial Agreement (PSGA) is a contract between Ordnance Survey and the Geospatial Commission, on behalf of the public sector in England, Wales, and Scotland. Here, members can access, use and share our ever-evolving location data.
Government and public sector
Public sector organisations rely on Ordnance Survey’s world-leading location data to deliver policy, critical infrastructure, and services across Britain
Who’s using our data through the PSGA?
More than 5,500 public sector organisations across Great Britain use our data for public good. From delivering local services through town and parish and community councils, right through to preparing for smart cities and building up environmental resilience.
Is my organisation a member of the PSGA?
If you’re not sure whether your organisation is a member of the PSGA, you can use our member finder tool to check. If your organisation is not already a member, you can register your organisation, and start the process today
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The OS Data Hub provides PSGA members access to the data you need, to enable and improve the delivery of critical public sector services