Monthly Archives: December 2013

Completing the Incomplete Code of Maryland Laws

Imagine your boss hands you a 5,000-page end-of-the-year report with no organizational titles or section headings, then asks you to find the part about the first week of June– now. You start scanning line after line, page after page, scribbling notes in the margins and getting hopelessly lost. As the clock runs out and the […]

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December 5 OpenGov & MIT Center for Civic Media Discussion On Producing Open Data Laws & Crowdsourced Legislation [MEDIA ADVISORY]

BOSTON, MA (12/3/13) – On Wednesday December 5 at 12 PM EST, OpenGov Foundation Executive Director Seamus Kraft will lead a discussion at the MIT Center for Civic Media on how the OpenGov team is transforming America’s laws and legislative processes from inaccessible, inefficient, and paper-based into Internet-ready, user-friendly and open-to-all formats with the State Decoded and Madison projects.  Click here to watch the webcast and join […]

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