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UAlbany Center for Technology in Government Report Provides Case Studies, Practical Advice on the Benefits of Opening Data

From left, CTG Senior Fellow Anthony Cresswell, CTG Program Manager Meghan Cook, and Ashley Casovan, strategic coordinator for the Office of the CIO, City of Edmonton, at a previous meeting on opening government data. (Photo, courtesy of Alison Heaphy, CTG)

ALBANY, NY – (December 4, 2012) -- The Center for Technology in Government (CTG) at the University at Albany/SUNY has released The Dynamics of Opening Government Data, a report analyzing the ways organizations can benefit from opening government.  The published outcomes are based on a year-long research project funded by software-industry leader SAP.

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