[open-government] Fwd: Survey: Open data in the governmental agenda of your country?
Katleen.Janssen at law.kuleuven.be
Thu Jul 1 08:07:14 BST 2010
The policy agenda document of the government of the Flemish region in Belgium for the next 5 years includes a commitment of the minister-president to make public sector geographic data widely available for any kind of re-use. To my knowledge, there are no intentions of putting this on the agenda of the next federal government (the coalition is currently being negotiated) or of the other regional governments.
From: open-government-bounces at lists.okfn.org [mailto:open-government-bounces at lists.okfn.org] On Behalf Of Steven Clift
Sent: donderdag 24 juni 2010 13:51
To: Jonathan Gray; exchange at groups.dowire.org
Cc: open-government at lists.okfn.org; Antti Poikola
Subject: [open-government] Fwd: Survey: Open data in the governmental agenda of your country?
Any pointers to Antti about open data and the national agenda in your country?
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On Jun 24, 2010 5:47 AM, "Jonathan Gray" <jonathan.gray at okfn.org<mailto:jonathan.gray at okfn.org>> wrote:
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