Implementing an Open Data Alliance

Washington State Office of the Chief Information Officer & The City of Seattle Leslie gathered insights about public record request trends using request logs and interviews. She summarized the concerns about the open data/public records relationship and presented possible insights/recommendations including a plan to create an Open Data Alliance. For her deliverable she created an Open Data Alliance Guidebook to support and formalize a coalition of professionals concerned with Open Data projects with a specific focus on Public Records Requests as a commonality across jurisdictions.

Project Details

Date: Jun 1, 2018

Author: Leslie Denning

Categories: project

Tagged: data literacy, civic data, open data

Client: The City of Seattle and the Office of the Chief Information Officer

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About

Open Data Literacy is a collaborative project led by the Information School at the University of Washington in partnership with public institutions that create, manage, and publish open data. Open Data Literacy is funded by a generous grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services.

Contact

The Information School
University of Washington
Seattle, WA 98105
odluw@uw.edu

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