Last month I received some great news. A report titled ìState Open Data Policies and Portalsî was released by the Washington, D.C.-based Center for Data Innovation and ranked Oklahoma as one of the top six top-scoring states for its open data policies.
This is just the latest in a series of national recognitions of the transparency advancement for which we have spent years working toward.
According to the report, state governments can show their commitment to open data in two principal ways: by establishing open data policies and by creating open data portals. Open data policies specify what data the government will publish and how it will do so. Open data portals bring data from multiple government agencies onto a single website. The reported ranked Oklahomaís open data policy and portal and placed us in a tie for first place in the nation. Continue>>>