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OIT & CTA Present: Data.Colorado.Gov- Colorado’s Open Data Portal Project for Data Transparency
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When: Tuesday, May 22, 2012
8:30 - 10:00 am
Where: OIT Pearl Plaza offices
601 E. 18th Ave.
Confluence Park Conference Room
Denver, CO 
Contact: Aimee Charlton

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May’s OIT Tech Forum
 Data.Colorado.Gov- Colorado’s Open Data Portal Project for Data Transparency

What: Data.Colorado.Gov- Colorado’s Open Data Portal Project for Data Transparency, an event co-sponsored by OIT, The Colorado Technology Association (CTA), and The Statewide Internet Portal Authority (SIPA) featuring speakers from OIT and Socrata.

When: Tuesday May 22, 2012 8:30-10:00 am

Where: OIT Pearl Plaza offices | 601 E. 18th Ave., Confluence Park Conference Room

This session will cover all the details and information on the launch of, Colorado’s new open data portal for government and data transparency.   Recently the Office of Information Technology and SIPA have signed a contract with a vendor to use an open data cloud platform and social technologies to deliver better citizen access to information, modernize online service delivery and improve internal efficiencies.

With, the State of Colorado goes beyond compliance and puts the States data to work for all of its constituents – technical, non-technical, professional and developer. The data is only published once, but the constituents consume it in many ways: interactively online, using visualizations, via downloads, through an API, or even over the phone.  They are empowered to distribute the data online and socially enrich it. With every interaction the data becomes more relevant and useful.

It makes it easy for organizations to publish and manage public data by streamlining the data publishing process and automating maintenance and updates. Internal stakeholders, in any department or agency, with little or no technical assistance, become first-class data publishers.

It reduces the cost of application development by using Open Data API to make it easy for civic application developers and the States own IT staff to turn an organization’s data into useful applications and services for your constituents. Build web-based apps, mobile apps, mashups, IVR- and voice-based applications quickly and cost-effectively.

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