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The same idea that revolutionized Barack Obama's 2012 presidential campaign is now being put to use in New York City government. Obama's 2012 presidential campaign was famous for its culture of data-driven decision making, fueled by a network of analytics experts all working with one another and with their individual client teams. Amelia Showalter, for example, was director of digital analytics, while other analysts crunched the numbers for television ads and field staff.
You may have seen hints of it before, but the US government data portal, data.gov, has just announced officially that its next iteration – “data.gov 2.0″ – will incorporate CKAN , the open-source data management system whose development is led and co-ordinated by the Open Knowledge Foundation. The OKF itself is one of the organisations helping to implement the upgrade.
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