Monthly Archives: June 2014

Setting the Standards for US Open Legal Data

The majority of  ”open data” published online by US city and state governments really isn’t open data at all.  It’s a virtually useless, disorganized mess.  Why?  Lead America Decoded developer Bill Hunt breaks down the growing problem on The OpenGov Foundation blog, and makes the case for the adoption of a flexible, clear and useable standard […]

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