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1 Making Data Publishing and Participation in Data.Gov Easy Next Generation Data.Gov Workshop April 14, 2011

2 Presenters Hyon Kim, Deputy Program Director, Data.Gov PMO – Alan Vander Mallie, Program Manager, DataGov PMO – Kevin Merritt, Founder and CEO – –

3 Agenda Current publishing challenges Three ways to streamline publishing What about DMS? Additional capabilities for publishers Expected results Open forum

4 Current Challenges Duplication of effort – A parallel manual process to participate in Data.Gov Time – Cumbersome. No automation from transactional systems Inability to affect the citizen experience – Only tool is a downloadable file Lack of visibility – Who’s using the data? How? When? April 14, 2011

5 Three Ways to publish data Interactive publishing Automating publishing Federating existing data April 14, 2011

6 Demo Publish a dataset with csv upload – Quick, easy, no IT required – Maintenance is made easier Real-time publishing via the API – Seattle 911 data: Fire-911-Calls/kzjm-xkqjhttp://data.seattle.gov/Fire/Seattle-Real-Time- Fire-911-Calls/kzjm-xkqj – Complete Automation (cost reduction, time, accuracy, realtime data more valuable) Federation demo – Data.Gov is no longer disconnected from your agency Open Data initiative Curating the experience – Create default filters, create a map April 14, 2011

7 Federation for Agencies April 14, 2011 Effortless Automatic Agency collaboration Expands reach

8 What about DMS? Today: – Identify a downloadable dataset on your agency website – Gather the metadata for the dataset – Fill out the DMS Excel template and upload to the DMS – Submission then flows through the DMS five approval stages: sub agency, agency, PMO, security, QA. April 14, 2011

9 Future of DMS No immediate changes Evaluating ways to improve DMS soon – Maintain all the safeguards to ensure data quality – But streamline entering metadata online – Or via the new publisher API – Hopefully no more templates April 14, 2011

10 Additional Capabilities for Publishers Visibility – Sitewide Analytics, available to Data.Gov PMO only – Dataset Analytics. Suggest Laboratory-Analysis/pkfj-5jsd/stats Laboratory-Analysis/pkfj-5jsd/stats Moderation – [Kevin, you probably know a good one to demo] Home page customization – I would just show and speak to it April 14, 2011

11 Expected results Saves you time Eliminates parallel process Automates publishing (operational data) Gives you flexibility and control in how to participate Gives you the ability to engage with your constituents (or not) Gives you complete visibility March 18, 2011

12 Questions? Comments? Open Forum March 18, 2011

13 Contact info for follow up questions and feedback Arrange for a tailored discussion for your agency Next Steps April 14, 2011 Kevin MerrittCEOSocrata(206) x111 (425) Charles BlanchetVP of SalesSocrata(415) Todd StavishData.gov Agency LiaisonSocrata(646) Marion RoyalProgram DirectorData.Gov(202) Hyon KimDeputy Program DirectorData.Gov(202) Alan Vander MallieProject ManagerData.gov(202) Chris MetcalfTechnical Program MgrSocrata(206)

14 Embrace the possibilities! 14


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