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Open Gov Data USA Update at OKFest 2014 Berlin Open Gov Data USA Update at OKFest 2014 Berlin Presentation Transcript

  • Open Government Data updates USA Federal! • Policy Memo on access to scientific research & data • White House open data policy • Executive Order: Making Open and Machine Readable the New Default • Project Open Data: https://github.com/project-open-data/project-open-data.github.io • Best practices for “license free” data - http://theunitedstates.io/licensing/ • U.S. Open Data Action Plans - White House support for open licensing and CC0 • Agencies now using CC0 - e.g. https://open.fda.gov/ • data.gov: 104,000+ datasets • NIH imposes new requirements on data sharing ! State! • New Hampshire, Utah, New York, Hawaii, Washington ! City! • DC, Portland, Memphis, Lexington, Louisville, Raleigh, Austin, NYC, Providence, Philadelphia, Chicago, Madison, SF, Tulsa, Oakland, South Bend, West Sacramento ! Take Aways! • common features • how many are requiring rights information to communicate legal reuse? • ongoing debate: open data or open government? !