In 2013, the city of Tulsa created its Open Tulsa website, which now has 35 datasets published.
The number of datasets, compared to cities that have released 10 times the amount, doesn’t adequately reflect the level of commitment by the city; it illustrates the lack of support and advocacy from stakeholders to demand more. Continue…
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Computer experts in Tulsa are joining together for a weekend of civic innovation.
It's part of an international weekend of locally held events to use open government data and put it to good use. In May 2013, The Tulsa city council and mayor of Tulsa adopted the open and accessible data resolution, which provided more online non-risk data for third parties.