OPEN Government Data Act
HUD wants some help in creating its Office of the Chief Data Officer
The OPEN Government Data Act requires that federal agencies designate a nonpolitical CDO.
A chief data officer? Congress might need one, too
Congress has been pushing for chief data officers in the executive branch agencies. What about on Capitol Hill?
Labor creates Data Board to oversee agency data strategy decisions
Following the requirements of the recently-signed OPEN Government Data Act, the agency also announced it has created a chief data officer position.
U.S. finally submits fourth National Action Plan for Open Government
The plan is the first created under the Trump administration.
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.