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Open data implementation plan: looking back, looking forward

open data implementation plan trello board screenshot

 

The Open Data NZ team is releasing two updates: one looking back over the last six months, and one looking at the next six. We’re also excited to be testing a way to improve engagement using Trello.

 

New progress report

We’ve published a progress report providing an overview of activities completed through to November 2018 and what’s happening in the data system. In recent months we’ve:

  • released the new open data maturity dashboard
  • started a series of enhancements on data.govt.nz
  • run numerous data-related events and conversations.

Open data implementation plan progress report, June to November 2018

 

Updated implementation plan

We’ve also updated the open data implementation plan with tasks for the next six months.

Open data implementation plan – next six months to April 2019

 

Trello board pilot

The implementation plan is now available on a public Trello board. We’d like to see if this helps people engage more with the implementation plan, as Trello provides the ability to view checklists, comment on tasks, and see revision histories.

Let us know what you think. You can add your comments to the Trello cards if you’re logged in to Trello. (You can create a free account.) You can also email us at opendata@stats.govt.nz, or tweet us at @opendatanz.

Open data implementation plan Trello board

 

Contact us

We need your feedback to help us keep the implementation plan relevant, effective, and working towards the best interests of New Zealanders.

You can email us at opendata@stats.govt.nz, or tweet us at @opendatanz.


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