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Open Data at GSA

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The President’s Executive Order and accompanying Open Data Policy – Managing Information as an Asset, issued on May 9, 2013, expand on the principles of Open Government to make the Federal government more open, transparent and collaborative with its citizens, stakeholders and the public. The policy requires that agencies open up new data and information, making them available in machine-readable formats. The publicly released data will provide fuel for innovation in both government and industry, allow better decision making by our government, provide collaboration opportunities for the public with their government, and make open data the new norm in federal information technology. GSA will continue to make new datasets available to the public on this site and across www.gsa.gov.

We welcome your comments and feedback to opendata@gsa.gov.

Open Data at GSA

Open data logo

The President’s Executive Order and accompanying Open Data Policy – Managing Information as an Asset, issued on May 9, 2013, expand on the principles of Open Government to make the Federal government more open, transparent and collaborative with its citizens, stakeholders and the public. The policy requires that agencies open up new data and information, making them available in machine-readable formats. The publicly released data will provide fuel for innovation in both government and industry, allow better decision making by our government, provide collaboration opportunities for the public with their government, and make open data the new norm in federal information technology. GSA will continue to make new datasets available to the public on this site and across www.gsa.gov.

We welcome your comments and feedback to opendata@gsa.gov.

Senior Official
Leading GSA's 
Open Data Initiative

Sonny Hashmi
Chief Information Officer
Office of Chief Information Officer

Joseph Castle
GSA IT Lead for Digital Innovation and Strategy
joseph.castle@gsa.gov

Contact: opendata@gsa.gov


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