Federal Times: What comes after legally mandated OPEN data


“After multiple introductions across many sessions of Congress, the OPEN Government Data Act was signed into law Jan. 14, 2019.”

“But according to the bill’s original co-sponsor and industry experts, the passage of the law is just the beginning of a long road to getting the federal government to provide more of its data to the American public for personal and commercial use.”

“According to an industry panel at a Feb. 7 event celebrating the bill’s passage, this legal mandate adds weight to the already-established authority for publishing government data and provides backing for open-data advocates…” Read the full article here.

Source: What comes after legally mandated OPEN data – By Jessie Bur, February 7, 2019. Federal Times.



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