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OpenData & Neighborhood Stabilization

How an opendata approach can encourage development and engagement in urban communities
by Steve Spiker on 3 May 2012

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Transcript of OpenData & Neighborhood Stabilization

OpenData & Neighborhood Stabilization
OpenGov infrastructure
Current model
OpenData Model
Steve Spiker, Urban Strategies Council
How to adopt "open"
Host or sponsor a hackathon
Engagement!
Gov
Community
NGO
Compliance
/Report
Issue:
foreclosure
?
Gov
Community
NGO
Compliance
/Report
Issue:
foreclosure
Database
Database
Open
Data
Portal
Open systems, meaningful communication
Why limit ideas to just Gov employees?
Innovation
Accountability
Information=Power=Truth & Transparency
Participate/sponsor a CityCamp
read OpenGov, OpenData on twitter
Code For America
Civic Commons
Why Open?
Apps for your needs
Incredible tech talent
Lead or lag?
Encourage or inhibit
Tale of two cities
County:1
County:2
Cheap, accessible property data
$25,000 property data, no NGO discount
Innovative anti-foreclosure project
Where does investment,
n'hood stab effort happen?
Open your data- and engage
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