eCase Survey Report 2020
The Impact of GDPR on Central Government
GDPR is one of the best-known changes
in legislation in recent times. Find out more about its effect on Central Government bodies in our comprehensive report.
Some key findings include:
- 93% have seen an increase in internal requests
- 70% have seen significant increases in their workloads
- 40% have not been given any extra team resources to deal with the workload increases
- 7% are still concerned about their own compliance with GDPR
- 33% of those using in-house custom-built tools to manage their DPRs are ‘Unconfident’ that they can fulfil them within the ICO’s time limits
- 100% of those using purpose-built commercial tools were ‘Mostly’ or ‘Completely’ confident that they can fulfil DPRs within the ICO’s time limits
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“Anecdotal evidence is rarely sufficient to enlighten, and so one is grateful for this research conducted by eCase, into the impact GDPR has had on central government. Its findings should help inform not just decisions made in government and the public sector, but also across the wider spectrum of private organisations.”
Data Protection Advisor at Mishcon de Reya LLP, and Chair of the National Association of Data Protection and Freedom of Information Officers (NADPO)
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