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Data for urban citizens

Jascha Franklin-Hodge, Chief Information Officer of the City of Boston, discusses the city’s open data policy. Open data is not only used as a tool for public policy-making, but also to transparently evaluate the effectiveness of said public policies. It fosters interaction and trust between the City of Boston and its citizens. CityScore is only one of many examples of Boston’s innovative uses of urban data.

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