The City of Palo Alto, California, a 2013 Center for Digital Government Digital City Survey winner, has officially proclaimed “open” to be the default setting for all city data. Are they courageous or crazy?

Join Accela, Government Technology and the Center for Digital Government for a live webinar and learn why agencies across the country are making technical innovation official public policy.

During this webinar you will: 

  • Discover how others are moving beyond hype and using open data to solve real problems
  • Understand how easily barriers to creating and managing open datasets can be eliminated
  • Learn the secret of creating economic value while providing transparency and meeting citizen expectations
  • Identify what open data means for developers
Featured Speakers 
Reichental.jpg Jonathan Reichental, Ph.D.
City of Palo Alto, CA
Ciaran.jpg Ciaran Gilsenan
CEO & Founder

Kris Trujillo
Chief Software Architect / Vice President of Product Development

Nole Walkingshaw Nole Walkingshaw
Manager, Institutional Engagement
Community and Economic Development, City of Salt Lake / Co-Captain for the Code for America Brigade Open Salt Lake

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Digital Communities Webinar

Why Would a City Proclaim Their Data “Open by Default?”