OakX:The Data-Driven City Kristina Redgrave - SF Mayors Office of Civic Innovation

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  • New approaches to solving old and new projectsEcon developmentCitizen engagementGovt efficiency 
  • 240 data sets on data.sfgov.orgExp: crime data – most viewed with 3,820 views and data set is updated monthly
  • 240 data sets on data.sfgov.orgExp: crime data – most viewed with 3,820 views and data set is updated monthly
  • 240 data sets on data.sfgov.orgExp: crime data – most viewed with 3,820 views and data set is updated monthly
  • OakX:The Data-Driven City Kristina Redgrave - SF Mayors Office of Civic Innovation

    1. 1. HISTORY OF OPEN DATA IN SF• Executive Directive 09-06 was enacted to enhance open government, transparency, and accountability by improving access to City data.• To continue and expand access to City data, the Directive became law in Ordinance 293-10.
    2. 2. BENEFITS OF OPEN DATA Open data provides numerous benefits for both government and the public• Enhanced government transparency and accountability;• Development of new analyses, applications, and civic tools;• Increased civic engagement;• Social and economic benefits as a result of innovative resident interaction with government;• Increased government efficiency and delivery of services; and• Many other benefits!
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    5. 5. CURRENT OPEN DATA EFFORTS1. Open Data working group2. Open Data Rules and Standards3. Revising the City’s Software Purchasing Practices4. Working with the Board of Supervisors to update publishing practices5. Cities.data.gov
    6. 6. WAYS TO PARTICIPATE1. Get involved in the discussion • Join the participatory process as we define standards and policies around Open Data in SF • Follow other Open Data efforts around the country2. Go to data.sfgov.org and explore the datasets and analytics tools3. Create an App using data from data.sfgov.org4. Join our Civic Corps5. Follow us on twitter @SFMOCI and check out our website (innovation.sfgov.org) for updates

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