Category Archives: Open.Data

Way to Go O-H-I-O: DataOhio Initiative

Hudson Hollister of the Data Transparency Coalition reports at DataOhio Initiative: Open Data Brings Better Government and Business Opportunities

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Data Transparency Coalition Invites Media and Public to DATA Act Demo Day ‐ July 10

Microsoft, Teradata Corporation, and Other Leading Tech Companies Will Demonstrate How Standardized Federal Spending Data would Enhance Fraud Detection, Govt. Management, and Transparency FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Coalition Contact: Hudson Hollister: hudson.hollister@datacoalition.org / 312‐493‐7533 PR Contact: Beth Dozier: bethdozier@rational360.com / 202‐429‐1833 PDF WASHINGTON, D.C. (June 27, 2012) – The Data Transparency Coalition, the only group unifying […]

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Fedgov Financial Geo-Mapping [My Knight Foundation News Challenge Entry]

http://newschallenge.tumblr.com/post/24613700717/fedgov-financial-geo-mapping

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Recovery.gov

Now with downloadable kml displaying your tax dollar expenditures! You’ll have to supply a Zip Code and look to the bottom right hand corner of the results map frame border. Note: if you look at this example data for 37203 you’ll see that each job is valued at $762,438 (for a three year span). “Somebody […]

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Call for Proposals: International Open Government Data Conference 2012 World Bank, July 10-12, DC

Colleagues, Please note the call for session and talk proposals for the International Open Government Data Conference 2012 to be held on July 10-12th in Washington DC and co-hosted by the World Bank and the US Government’s Data.gov team: http://www.data.gov/communities/conference (follow link to “Call for Sessions/Papers”) With both an “Open Government” and “Open Development” perspective, […]

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