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1/22/2014
12:08 PM
Joel Gurin
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How Government Can Make Open Data Work

The Obama administration has set the right goals with its Open Data Policy, but agencies need to do more to liberate their data. Here are six suggestions.

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1/22/2014 | 6:56:31 PM
The open data dilemma
Glad to welcome Joel Gurin to the pages of InformationWeek.  His book, Open Data Now, is great resource on how the private sector can profit -- and how the public can be better served -- through open government data.  His article here, though, is a good check list of what government agencies still need to do if this virtuous circle is to flourish.

 
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