Dan Morgan takes a deep dive into DOT’s open data progress
The Department of Transportation has made a lot of progress making a central portal for its open data.
SBA Small Business Week hackathon created ‘real substance’
The agency is "very interested" in building off this momentum going forward. Administrator Linda McMahon even showed up to give out the prizes.
Reports: Mulvaney wants to end public access to CFPB’s Consumer Complaint Database
The agency's acting director isn't interested in running a "Yelp for financial services sponsored by the federal government," he said.
This year’s Health Datapalooza is all about learning from the community, leaders say
Feedback from actual data users is "really helpful," HHS CTO Bruce Greenstein told FedScoop.
At SXSW, HHS outlines the stumbling blocks to sharing data
HHS CTO Bruce Greenstein sees the open data movement as a “baton” in a relay race — but it's riddled with stumbling blocks.
If open data sets aren’t being deleted, is government data still ‘endangered’?
"The good news is that it's not as bad as we feared," one panelist said at the Center for Data Innovation event.