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Deadline For Data.gov Arrives, and Delivers

January 23rd, 2010 01:14 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

inKubus writes “According to a story carried by AP, as part of President Barack Obama’s ‘Open Government Directive,’ the 24 major departments and agencies that make up the executive branch of the federal government had until Friday to release at least three ‘high-value’ data sets. Over 300 new data sets have been released on data.gov. There’s a lot of interesting stuff on there and more to come.” One of the departments required to release data is the office of the US Trade Representative. Wouldn’t it be nice if they posted the ACTA negotiating drafts?

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