[@OKFNau] Examples of Use of Commercial Government Data
irma at calyx.net.au
Mon Mar 16 00:47:55 UTC 2015
What about this one ...
"Finding your way through the world is a basic need, so it makes sense that
satellite navigation systems like GPS and Galileo are among open data’s
most-cited success stories".
See more @ http://blog.okfn.org/category/open-data/#sthash.S25Fm7IU.dpuf
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On 10 March 2015 at 17:12, 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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