“Data.gov” was an experiment in 2009. We weren’t even sure if it was going to be useful. But I think we proved our point.” – Jeanne Holm, data evangelist at General Services Administration.
At the outset, the open data hub for government hosted 42 datasets, now data.gov is home to nearly half a million sets and sheets of federal, state, local and agency data. The road to data.gov’s current successes, however, has not been without potholes and detours. So which agencies are using data.gov most effectively? How can the site still be improved? What are the best options for moving forward with open data?
Chris Dorobek, host of the DorobekINSIDER, and his panel of government experts will look to the future of open data on Wednesday, October 8th in the next edition of the DorobekINSIDER Live.
During the hour long panel you will learn:
- How to institutionalize open data at your agency.
- How to create open data feedback loops at your agency.
- What’s on the horizon for data.gov and open data in government.
Join us on October 8th as Chris Dorobek uncovers what’s next for open data.