Geospatial Commission Public Sector & PSGA Conference 2023

The Geospatial Commission and Ordnance Survey joined together this autumn to bring PSGA members a one-day conference in four locations across Great Britain.


Discover the content and more

We were delighted to see so many of you at our regional conference last month and to hear that you found it a positive experience. We are pleased to provide you all the presentation slides and recordings from our event. 

‘…an excellent balance between content and networking time.’

‘…useful to see new developments in person and discuss rather than reading about it.’

‘I found the PSGA future capabilities workshop the most engaging… as we were directly involved in it, rather than only listening.’

Download the presentations

If you want a recap of what was delivered at the conference, or if you were not able to join us and want to know what you missed, you can download all the presentation slides from all four events. We also recorded all the presentations delivered by the Geospatial Commission and Ordnance Survey at our Leeds event which are also available to watch.

Refreshed UK Geospatial Strategy 2030

PSGA at the heart of public service delivery

OS NGD one year in and what's new

Harnessing Geospatial Data Markets

More than Maps introducing OS's self serve platform

Raising awareness and visibility of UPRN & USRN data

Other useful information

Geospatial Commission and the public sector contracts

The Geospatial Commission, part of the Department for Science, Technology and Innovation, is an expert committee responsible for setting the UK’s geospatial strategy and coordinating public sector geospatial activity. The public sector contracts are in place to deliver the strategy on behalf of the Geospatial Commission.

Public Sector Geospatial Agreement (PSGA)

The PSGA sets out how Ordnance Survey provides world-leading location data and expertise to the public sector across Great Britain. It supports the delivery of critical infrastructure and services across the whole of the public sector, as well as working to help protect our environment.

Find out more about the PSGA

The OS National Geographic Database (OS NGD)

The OS NGD is a single store of all OS’s authoritative data for Great Britain. The download service OS Select+Build and the OS NGD APIs can be accessed via the OS Data Hub and make it quicker and easier to find, package and analyse the OS NGD data you need for your projects, such as address and building data for emergency planning.

Find out more about the OS NGD

OS Partners

We would like to thank our OS Partners for supporting the conference across all four locations. Here is some useful information about our partners and you can easily find a Partner to support your organisation using our partner finder.

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