The state launched its Socrata-based open data portal with 12 datasets.
Open data -- and the infrastructure to support it -- are driving a remarkable degree of innovation at all levels of government.
Data.World is working to bring Census data onto its platform, making it easier for users to find and share.
As Washington, D.C.’s first chief data officer, Barney Krucoff will work to open the city’s data and improve the flow of information among the District’s agencies.
Working with Buildingeye, the city plans to create an interactive map showing the locations and details of recent permits, violations and inspections.
The Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service will add food safety data from meat and poultry processing facilities to Data.gov.
Although many cities have made progress with open data portals and digitizing archives, a few consistently lead the pack.