Open Data in the Next Presidential Administration Report Launch

  • National Press Club 529 14th Street Northwest Washington, DC, 20045 United States

Join Hub Members, the Center for Open Data Enterprise, at the report launch event featuring speakers from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Partnership for Public Service, and more. This report is a nonpartisan informational Open Data Transition Report designed to be of use to the next president's transition team and is an action plan to improve access and use of government data and highlights long-term goals to institutionalize open data. For report details, please see our blog post.

Launch being held at the National Press Club.

The Report includes 27 recommendations ranging from data-driven initiatives for job training, food security, and public safety to the use of data in climate resilience, automated vehicles, and artificial intelligence. The briefing will feature an overview of the report and perspectives from several experts on the importance of open government data and the opportunities for open data to make an impact in the next administration.

We are excited to feature the following speakers:

  • The Honorable Michelle K. Lee - Under Secretary of Commerce for Intellectual Property and Director of the United States Patent and Trademark Office 

  • Max Stier - President and CEO of the Partnership for Public Service

  • Shelley Metzenbaum - Good government catalyst; Senior Fellow, The Volcker Alliance

  • Joel Gurin - President, Center for Open Data Enterprise

  • Tim Day - Senior Vice President of Chamber Technology Engagement Center of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce 

  • Hudson Hollister - Executive Director of the Data Coalition 

Refreshments will be provided.

If you’re not able to attend, you can view the event through our live webcast. Follow us on Twitter at @odenterprise for details the morning of the event.

This event is open to media. Please RSVP to Kelsey Crow at kcrow@veng-group.com.

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