OCIO-Will Saunders OCIO-Will Saunders

created Mar 07, 2016

updated Aug 27, 2016

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The impact of almost any policy or program depends on the population affected as well as the benefit experienced. The benefits of open data are not always denominated in dollars and cents; a non-profit e-newsletter costing less than 2 cents that reaches a million citizens may well be more politically impactful than a commercial software product costing 200 dollars that reaches the same million people.

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Goal 5: Efficient, Effective, and Accountable Government
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WaTech
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Data Source
Interviews and primary research by staff
Data Definition
Number of "impressions" achieved by products, services or offerings that incorporate or are derived from Washington state open data Impressions include: publication subscribers, service subscribers, event attendees, website hits, API calls. Trusted impressions are impressions received from a source with whom the citizen has a relationship - such as a membership, an account, a subscription. This excludes anonymous hits on a web page, web bots, newspapers on a stand, etc.
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Quarterly
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During a sample period in 2014 WA open data sites achieved an average of 237,605 untrusted ""hits"" from anonymous users; during the same period Inrix achieved more than 1 million installs of one of their several apps that present trusted data to subscribers. Other private app developers and service companies are believed to achieve similar subscriber reach with 50+ other products that incorporate state data.
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