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Friday, May 29 • 10:30 - 12:30
Data Publishing Methods / Éléments requis pour la publication efficace de données

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A practical workshop influenced by the experiences of various Government agencies and community groups at various levels of maturity. Collecting experiences from attendees to open up a broad discussion, we'll focus on best practices for data publishing and data use to create a reference document that can be used beyond the IODC.

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Cet atelier pratique s’appuie sur l’expérience de divers organismes gouvernementaux et groupes communautaires à divers niveaux de maturité. Nous recueillerons les expériences des participants afin de lancer une vaste discussion et mettrons l’accent sur les pratiques exemplaires aux fins de la publication et de l’utilisation de données pour créer un document de référence qui pourra être utilisé au‑delà de la CIDO.


Moderators
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Steven De Costa

Co-Secretary and Treasurer, Open Knowledge Australia
Steven is an open data and open knowledge community contributor. He is Co-Secretary and Treasurer of Open Knowledge Australia, member of the Steering Group and Community Team Lead for the CKAN Association, an organizer of GovHack.org, founder of DataShades.com and Executive Director of the data first digital agency Link Digital.

Speakers
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Sarah Bird

Developer / Développeuse Web, Aptivate
Sarah is a full-stack web developer at Aptivate, a non-profit organization building IT solutions for the international development sector. She has a background in open-source technologies in a variety of sectors as well as in public policy. In 2014, she was the lead developer on the team that built the Open Contracting Data Standard. She holds Masters degrees in Mechanical Engineering from Cambridge University, and Technology & Policy from... Read More →
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Ashley Casovan

Canada’s Open Government Portal
Ashley Casovan is the lead for Canada’s Open Government Portal. In this position, she is responsible for working with departments and agencies all across the Government of Canada to disseminate data and information. She previously lead the Open Data and Open Government efforts at the City of Edmonton where she developed the award-winning data analytics tools, the Citizen Dashboard. Before getting involved in Open Government activities... Read More →
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Neil Fantom

Manager, The World Bank / la Banque mondiale
Neil Fantom is a Manager at the World Bank in Washington, DC. He leads the World Bank's Open Data initiative, and oversees the publication of World Development Indicators and Global Development Finance and the compilation and dissemination of the associated datasets. He has worked extensively to help developing countries improve their statistical capacity, working in Malawi and Botswana for eight years helping to improve official data and working... Read More →
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Mark Headd

Developer Evangelist / Promoteur du développement, Accela
Mark Headd is the former Chief Data Officer for the City of Philadelphia, serving as one of the first municipal Chief Data Officers in the United States, and was also Director of Government Relations at Code for America.  He currently works with civic technologists and open data advocates as a Developer Evangelist for Accela, Inc. Self taught in programming, he holds a Master’s degree in Public Administration from the Maxwell School of... Read More →
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David Read

Lead Python Developer, Cabinet Office
David is the lead developer for the United Kingdom Government's open data portal, data.gov.uk. David has extensive practical knowledge and technical expertise related to data publishing platforms and methods. He is a key member of the CKAN project's technical team and former lead developer with Open Knowledge.


Friday May 29, 2015 10:30 - 12:30
Room 204

Attendees (29)