The future of the OPEN Government Data Act relies largely on what CDOs do with it
Advocates hope that the CDOs will be able to help agencies overcome a "natural bureaucratic aversion to openness."
Data Foundation report reveals overwhelming optimism about the state of open data
Data standardization, sharing and use has improved in the past year and will continue on this upward trajectory, expert interviewees say.
GREAT Act gets another chance in 2019
The open data taxonomy bill is back after time ran out on it in the Senate in the 115th Congress.
The OPEN Government Data Act is on its way to being law
The legislation will require that all non-sensitive government data is made available in machine readable formats by default.
Data Coalition looks internally for interim executive director
Chief of Staff Sarah Joy Hays will fill the role on an acting basis.
Bulk of agencies’ spending data doesn’t fit the DATA Act’s requirements, GAO says
The report found only six of the 24 CFO Act agencies were able to supply “complete, timely, accurate or of quality,” information as part of the DATA Act.