The internet has changed the way we access, use, and share information. As a public sector body which makes laws for Wales and looks at the work of the Welsh Government, we produce a lot of information. This includes some datasets which are provided as open data. Making our work transparent and accountable are key priorities for the National Assembly for Wales. We are opening up our content, because it is your content.
What data is currently available?
The following datasets are currently available for re-use under the Open Government Licence. For further information on licencing please read about Re-using public sector information.
In many places, we use XML (eXtensible Markup Language) to ensure that the information that we publish is open, transparent and not in a proprietary format. In computing terms, XML is a markup language that defines a set of rules for encoding documents in a format that is both human-readable and machine-readable. XML was designed to make information sharing and data interpretation easier. Fundamentally, it helps different people, computers and systems understand each other on a digital platform. For further information on how to use XML please visit w3schools.com.
We are interested in what you think as we work towards opening up more data in the future. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
/ 0300 200 6565 with any feedback you have.
We publish a huge amount of information including details of Committee meetings, data from previous sittings of the Assembly before 2011 and our annual reports. Please visit the Our Information page for details