In December of last year, Congress passed the Open, Public, Electronic, and Necessary (OPEN) Government Data Act. So what exactly does that mean for the American people? Three things: Access to Data, Nonpartisan Oversight, Calibrations.
There remains massive potential for data integration between sectors to create comprehensive urban health profiles while also expanding industry within that city.
Open data – data sets that are freely available to the public – allow other organizations to contribute to processes they would normally be excluded from.
This month, CC’s Michael Carroll presented on openly licensing data at a workshop for Intergovernmental Organizations jointly hosted by the World Bank and UNESCO.