The all-day Training Session will be an opportunity for attendees to hear the history of the DATA Act, the intent of the mandate, and associated opportunities resulting from DATA Act standards. Following this introduction to the DATA Act, attendees will learn how federal agencies have standardized data, how data are used across agencies and in the private sector, what challenges shared services and financial management services have encountered, how financial transparency changes government, and how the framework of the DATA Act will continue to transform the nature of spending reporting methods.
On Monday, August 29, join the Center for Open Data Enterprise and the Data Foundation for a fireside chat about how open data gains can be made permanent!
Learn what the latest OMB Guidance requires and how you can best achieve compliance. Learn helpful practices for overcoming data management challenges. Gain insight using financial analytics and data visualization to uncover insight about your agency’s operations.
In a time too often defined by ad hoc victories, partisanship and short-term thinking, The Door Stop Awards for Transparency recognize those Members of Congress, top government officials and staff who have created consistent, durable and genuine structural changes to public institutions. These good government successes almost always happen quietly and outside the limelight, but have resulted in long-term transparency, greater openness, improved efficiency and effectiveness. The Door Stop Award winners didn’t just open government to the public once, they placed "door stops" ensuring that government never again closes to the American people.
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Open Data Day DC is a yearly hackathon and training event in Washington, DC .
Open Data Day DC 2016 will be on Friday, March 4 (workshops only) and Saturday, March 5 (hacking & workshops).
The event is free and open to the public. No prior experience with open data or programming is needed --- there will be lots of opportunities to learn and participate for everyone.
The workshops on Friday and Saturday will cover many aspects of open data, including an introduction, maps, and data science. (We'll post the schedule at http://dc.opendataday.org/once it's ready.) At the hackathon session on Saturday, participants will build prototypes and tools on a diverse range of subjects, from municipal issues here in DC to international development and government accountability.
About the event
Open Data Day DC is organized by Joshua Tauberer, Eric Mill, Sam Lee, Katherine Townsend, and Julia Bezgacheva and our fiscal sponsor and partner Data Foundation.
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