Tag: policy

Tag: policy

Boulder Adopts Progressive Open Data Policy
May 1, 2017 Blog Ron Pringle

City manager to approve progressive open data policy City Manager Jane Brautigam will sign the City of Boulder’s open data policy, designed to increase transparency and accountability by opening more city data to the community, during a brief ceremony at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, May 2. The policy calls for city departments to publish data
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The Local Open Government Directive and Cook County, Illinois
September 22, 2011 Blog Ron Pringle

In December of 2010, I helped lead an effort to create model open government policies that any local government could adopt to institutionalize transparency, participation, and collaboration. On January 24th, 2011, this effort resulted in the publication of the Model Local Open Government Directive. The directive is designed to fill a need for open government
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Model Open Government Directive
February 13, 2011 Blog Ron Pringle

In December, Kevin Curry, Alissa Black, Scott Primeau, and I began working on a model open government directive while at Citycamp Colorado. After a flurry of work over the last month, we, with the help of a few dozen additional open government advocates, are able to bring you the model directive for local government. This
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Facebook Modifies Terms of Service for State and Local Government
January 7, 2011 Blog Ron Pringle

“Colorado took perhaps the most visible stance against Facebook. The state attorney general discouraged agencies from launching their own pages because the terms of service were believed to violate the state constitution. “A handful of states took similar positions, although not so visibly as Colorado,” said Charles Robb, senior policy analyst for NASCIO.” Read the
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