Monthly Archives: May 2012

DADOS – Launch of the Brazilian Open Government Data Portal

Last week I became aware of the wonderful initiative of the Ministry of Planning, Brazil to start the open government data portal in their country – The launch of the portal aims to Open up government data available using a central … Continue reading

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Crowdfunding Critical Success Factor Model: The Case of Singapore

My colleague, Nigel Tan at the University of London recently sent me his dissertation titled “Crowdfunding Critical Success Factor Model: A case study in Singapore“. I find the research very insightful and a good resource to understand the relatively new … Continue reading

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Circles of Open Government Data

Choosing what data sets to make available using Open Government Data is one of the main questions to consider when initiating an OGD initiative. The government, civil institutions, and social organizations all have limited resources so focusing efforts in the … Continue reading

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