“Oregon Launches Open Data Web Site” « INFOdocket. April 17, 2014 LJ INFOdocket Information Industry News and Resources from Gary Price You are here: Home / Data Sets / "Oregon Launches Open Data Web Site" "Oregon Launches Open Data Web Site" Filed by Gary Price on March 23, 2011 From an Information Week Article: Fashioned similarly to other open-data sites but with its own innovations, Data.Oregon.gov lets people view data sets from government agencies; interact with that data by creating charts, graphs, calendars, and maps; and make suggestions for the release of data sets they find valuable, according to the Oregon Department of Administrative Services, which unveiled the site (PDF) this week.Data sets released on the site include financial information about state expenditures, employment salaries, and employment information.
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Open Knowledge Foundation Blog » Blog Archive » Open Government Data in Slovakia. The following guest post is by Zuzana Wienk, from the Slovakian watchdog the Fair Play Alliance.
She is also a member of the Open Knowledge Foundation’s Working Group on Open Government Data When we started to build a data catalogue of all possible flows of public finances to the private sphere in 2003, we had no idea it would be a perfect fit with the open data movement’s efforts. As former journalists, we simply saw the great advantage of having all kinds of public data (freely accessible thanks to the freedom of information act) brought together in a searchable database format. After years of FOIA requests and litigation, Fair-Play Alliance now offers the most comprehensive catalogue in Slovakia. We track flows of public money (subsidies, tenders, EU funding, grants, tax pardons, political sponsorship etc), as well as information on people in the public domain (e.g. elected officials, management of state institutions or state controlled companies, advisors in politics).
Plus d’information sur OPSI's Perspectives blog. Source : Data.govt.nz. New Dutch government portal uses CC0 public domain waiver as def.