Open-Data-Initiative der Bundesregierung | heise open

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From Google's English: "The federal government wants to set up early next year, initially on a trial as an Internet portal with free access authorities data from federal, state and local authorities. This follows the Home Office's recommendations to the latest "Open Government Data Germany" ( PDF file ) of the Fraunhofer Institute for Open Communication Systems ( FOKUS ), which provides an inventory of the German government far more neglected topic Open Data.
Part of the survey is an open data catalog with 1759 records provided by the German authorities. In the spirit of open data, this catalog is available in various formats ( Excel , Open Doument format , CVS ) for download - unfortunately without the explicit terms of use.
The nearly 600-page FOCUS study examines legal, technical and organizational issues for the disclosure of information held by the public administration. The authors come to the conclusion that a lot of administrative data can be disclosed even to the present legal basis. It should be pursued, "the diversity and the coexistence of different structures of cooperation between federal, state and local authorities in the field of open data to overcome." ..."


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12/31/2012, 16:03

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12/31/2012, 11:03