The National Association of State CIOs has issued a brief on state government transparency that describes and defines a vision of open government information. The brief recommends that State CIOs should partner with agency executives, records managers, librarians, archivists, data architects, and others to create an open system of government information. It sets out 8 Open Government DAta Principles. Data should be:
- Machine processable
See the report:
A Call to Action for State Government: Guidance for Opening the Doors to State Data, National Association of State CIOs (September 2009).
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