Senior Fellow Kate Rabinowitz quoted in beSpacific

April 14, 2017
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On April 14th, Senior Fellow Kate Rabinowitz’s piece on why visualizing open data is not enough was quoted in beSpacific in a piece called “Commentary – Why Visualizing Open Data Isn’t Enough

“Kate Rabinowitz, D.C. Policy Center: “With a new proposed Data Policy, release of high profile datasets on topics like 311 and taxicabs, and Open Government Advisory Group, the D.C. Government looks interested in moving up the ranks of open data cities.”

You can read the full piece at beSpacific. 

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