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Revision as of 16:40, 18 January 2011

Coordinating Open Technology among Public Agencies

The Civic Commons network is an effort to provide a permanent, sustainable organization to assist public agencies in the adoption of open systems and collaborative technologies, and to coordinate the co-creation of these technologies among agencies to ensure interoperability and shareability. Civic Commons will provide infrastructure, knowledge, and toolsets to government entities, and encourage the development of shared "civic technologies" and protocols, and supply optional technical infrastructure (such as data and project hosting) as needed.

Learn more about the Civic Commons.

Please join the Civic Commons Mailing List to take part in the discussion about this project.

Contents

Open Government Guidebook

The Open Government Guidebook describes step-by-step processes for opening government. This is a work in progress and as a wiki we encourage you to contribute case studies and references to this material. The processes are organized into the following sections:

See also the Open Gov Playbook wiki for the Open Government Directive

Open Government Initiatives by Location

United States

Canada

United Kingdom

Open Governance Policies

Transparency

Participation & Collaboration

Accessibility

Sharing Policy

  • See recommendations and precedents for how to share policy, on the Sharing Policy page.

Open Data Initiatives

Cities

Community Run

States, Provinces, and other Regions

Community Run

Nations

Community Run

Intergovernmental Organizations

Other Open Government Data Resources

Most of these list the same information, but are not well coordinated so its not obvious which is the most comprehensive

Guides for Data

Idea Sourcing for Data and Apps

Open Source Data Catalog Platforms

See main article at Data Platform

Directory denotes that the system links-to and provides metadata about data hosted elsewhere rather than acting as a repository for the data itself.

App Catalogs

  • See App Catalogs for information on catalogs from app contests and information related to city app catalogs including listings of open source projects.

Open Source

Data Standards

See the Civic Software for standards by data type

Case Studies

Regional Alliances

Other References

Related White Papers

  • Center for Technology in Government (CTG) at the University at Albany. CTG's mission is to foster public sector innovation, enhance capability, generate public value, and support good governance through applied research, knowledge sharing, and collaborative problem solving at the intersection of policy, management, and technology. Developing an open Government Framework. This practical resource will be based on a value driven approach to thinking about and acting on the principles of open government: transparency, collaboration, and participation.

Organizations Covering Civic Information Technology

Likeminded Efforts