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Draft Charter 2 Under Discussion

June 25, 2009

The eGov IG is discussing its new charter. There is a rough draft already available. Some of the areas of most interest so far are those around Open Government Data and how to put government data on the Web, and also how that data could be best consumed and accessed by citizens and other interested parties. The group expects to work on the draft in the coming days and deliver a final version before the end of July.

Posted by: José Manuel Alonso at 5:01 pm categories: IG

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