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(The People's Roadmap Moderator) #1

Starting with the General Transit Feed Specification (GTFS), citizens around the world were introduced to the power of a data standard that helps citizens better navigate their environment. GTFS isn’t the only data standard. Across the board, the City should be producing data that empowers individuals to use data to improve their lives and the city around them.


(The People's Roadmap Moderator) #2

Data Standards also emerged as an Effective and Open Government topic area at The People’s Roadmap Workshop – Manhattan Edition (December 7, 2017).

Community thoughts about Current State

  • Hard to ID agencies in datasets when there’s no uniform convention in the data.

Community thoughts about Desired Future State

  • Uniform UID for every agency added to rows that reference that agency in open data portal

(The People's Roadmap Moderator) #3

Data Standards also emerged as an Effective and Open Government topic area at The People’s Roadmap Workshop – Queens Edition (November 9, 2017):

Community thoughts about Desired Future State

  • Agile/open source tools that enable adoption of open data standards
  • Structured Budget Data FM the city (anti-open ___)
  • Open conversation of data standards
  • Data governance
  • Standards committee
  • Structured metadata at community boards