How 1500+ Organizations Are Using Public Information Across Every Sector and Continent

When you look up the weather forecast, use an app to plan your commute, or check an online ratings site to find a local doctor, you’re using open data. Open data – free public data, typically provided by governments, that anyone can use without restrictions – has become an integral part of our daily lives.

It provides citizens, businesses, and nonprofits with critical information to make more informed decisions. This data can be found on government data portals or websites such as the United States’ or the World Bank’s data site  Continue…