Tag Archives: Data Access

One Small Step for WA…

Following on from my previous post July 1 saw several significant things occur here in WA: WA released their  data.wa.gov.au site… (although currently the only data on it is the freshly pressed Open Data Policy). As mentioned above the Open … Continue reading

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Back into the thick of ‘IT’

I managed to have almost two weeks off from work for a well deserved break – but now I am back in the thick of it all.  It takes a bit of time to ‘wind up’ again – i.e. trawling … Continue reading

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Government 2.0 Conference – Where is WA?

Today is the start of this year’s Gov 2.0 conference in Canberra.  It’s great to see that this sort of event and forum is available for people to share information on how they are adopting / benefiting / using Gov … Continue reading

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Gov 2.0 – a Strong Link in the State Building Chain

As I have stated before there is a lot of value that Gov 2.0 can bring to both government and the public (as well as business) however WA has a long way to go.  That said there are some small … Continue reading

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Access to Timely Government Data

Forecast = Possible Storms Ahead Following on from earlier posts (Challenge & Gov 2.0) about the importance of providing access to government data to enhance transparency and access to the information that our tax dollars have helped create / acquire … Continue reading

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