E-Gov (Apps, Open Data)

E-Gov Committee

The Electronic Government (E-Gov) Committee advises the City and supports creative development of new datasets, applications, and tools which improve the city's capacity to provide information.  This may also including hacking events and other activities using city data and increasing government transparency.
Meets: Ad-hoc
Chair: Rob Dolin
Staff: Bruce Blood
Key Action Items and Explorations for 2014:  Open Data: enhancements, growing datasets, standardization; Customer interactions with government (issue reporting, ticketing, and tracking); crowdsourcing open data (ex: open broadband performance survey)

eGov Posts on the CTTAB Blog

Here is the initial 2013 workplan for the E-Gov (Electronic government) Committee, as last presented to the Board in May. Powerpoint: