The report, sponsored by Socrata, was designed to better understand the current attitudes and opinions on open data among publishers and users of open data. The report asks respondents from governments throughout the United States a series of questions about open data in their organizations, and respondents from the private sector about open data from the user perspective. The questions cover a wide range of open data aspects including policy, philosophy and approach, benefits and impacts, and an evaluation of government performance on providing this data. The report also asks open data users questions about their use of and government’s ability to provide open data.
Published By: Socrata
Publication Date: 2014