Open Government

August 2015

The New Open Government Portal and Apps for Alberta Winners Announced

Submitted by Deron Bilous, Minister of Service Alberta

This government is committed to improving openness and accountability for Albertans and as a demonstration of this, I am proud to announce the launch of our newly expanded open government portal. The expansion of our portal provides one stop shopping for government data and information.

The Impact of Open Data in Alberta

An interview with Mark Diner, Chief Advisor of Open Government and Danny Downs, Team Lead of the Open Government Program.

Staff Favourites for Alberta Open Data

Submitted by Kathy Elson, Open Government Analyst on Thu, 2015-04-02 14:19

Staff Favourites for Alberta Open Data

International Open Data Day

Submitted by Mark Diner, Chief Advisor for Open Government on Mon, 2015-02-23

The following is a speech delivered on February 21, 2015 by Mark Diner, Executive Director and Chief Advisor of Open Government. He was an invited speaker at the City of Edmonton’s International Open Data Day Hackathon.

Good Morning,

Open Data Day 2015 and Apps for Alberta

Submitted by Mark Diner, Chief Advisor for Open Government on 2015-02-23

Open Partnerships

Submitted by Louisa Robison, Open Information Team Lead on 2015-02-03

This is part three of a three part series on the upcoming Open Government Portal.

Inside the New Portal

The portal will work just like a library catalogue—users can search and see results and can filter their searches to one ministry or subject or simply use keywords to find what they need. When users find what they’re looking for, they will be able to download the publication and view it on a computer, save it or even send it to someone else. It will also be possible to subscribe to an RSS feed that will update subscribers on new publications matching their search.

Open Information: The Library in Your Lap

Submitted by Louisa Robison Open Information Team Lead for Open Government, 2014-12-05

This is the first part of a three-part series where we describe our vision for the new Open Government portal.

Imagine a library. Imagine shelves that go on forever, every book ever published on them. Imagine never having to wait for a book because it’s out to someone else, never having to get them back on time, and always having access without a card. Now imagine that library is in your living room, on demand.

 

The Second Annual Canadian Open Data Experience #CODE2015

Submitted by Kathy Elson, Open Government Analyst on Thu, 2014-11-27 16:22

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