Open Data Progress Report
Open Austin believes 21st century governance can work for the people
Information is a service of our government. Data is a service of our government. (See FOIA)
Accessible data promotes better decisions and planning... And its fun to geek out on
Austin's City Manager kicked off an "Open Data Initiative 2.0" in April 2015 (see the Memo). Every city department was asked to:
- designate an open data liaison
- conduct a data inventory
- submit an open data participation plan
- publish at least three new datasets to the City’s open data portal.
The initial 90-day sprint has concluded and published are the results.
git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:open-austin/open-data-progress-report.git
No server necessary, just drag
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Errors / Bugs
We could use some help with these things.
Released to the public domain under the Unlicense by Open Austin, 2015.
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