[@OKFNau] Examples of Use of Commercial Government Data
Steven De Costa
steven.decosta at linkdigital.com.au
Sun Mar 15 12:16:23 UTC 2015
I'm delivering a talk on this subject in Kiev tomorrow. I'm with Lachlan on
this subject but understand why government need 'proof of life' when being
held to ransom over the future of community engagement.
There is no stress giving them such proof but they do need to understand
they are not the seat of power in the negotiation. The demand to open
government is real, reasonable and full disclosure inevitable.
Economics, technology and modern social networks are all putting pressure
on the status quo.
Despite all that, I'm sure there is a mature ODI survey of results. The
link is in my Twitter history some time in the last two weeks... I think...
I'll try and find it while I have free airport wifi ;)
On Tuesday, March 10, 2015, Mike Ebinum <mike at seeddigital.co> wrote:
> Hey guys,
> Long time reader, first time writer. I recently had a chat with a
> government official and we were talking government data and all the
> benefits. The official said that they seem to be hearing a lot about all
> the benefits but don't have access to practical examples of how releasing
> government data has benefited different departments. Examples that they
> could use to as references to help persuade different people to get
> involved. I mentioned transportation data examples but they have a lot of
> those examples.
> I was wondering if people on this list could help me out with examples,
> case studies and positive references to where releasing government data has
> helped the greater community either by reducing spend, resulted in
> commercial outcomes or help deliver better services.
> I've create a spreadsheet
> that you can add these too or just reply to this mail.
> Thanks in advance.
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*STEVEN DE COSTA *|
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