Dates: 28 - 29 May 2015
Where: Ottawa, Canada
Come and explore a wide variety of open data issues and collaborate on charting the future of open data at the 3rd International Open Data Conference.
The global open data movement has matured since the 2nd International Open Government Data Conference held in Washington in 2012. It’s time to strengthen coordination among open data initiatives across various levels of government, topics, regions, and sectors. It’s time to broaden dialogue to include the voices of experts in sectors that want to use open data and scale-up innovative approaches proven to work. The goal: ensure that all world citizens benefit.
The Government of Canada, Canada’s International Development Research Centre, and the World Bank invite you to the 3rd International Open Data Conference. From May 28-29, 2015 sector and open data experts, senior government officials, industry leaders, and civil society champions from around the world will gather in Ottawa, Canada to exchange ideas and work together to enable the data revolution.
Formal registration for the conference is now open!
We are also pleased to be able to announce that, as part of our efforts to make the IODC as open and accessible as possible, there will be no registration fee for the conference. Further, with the generous support of our partners at Canada’s International Development Research Centre (IDRC), the World Bank, and Foreign Affairs, Trade, and Development Canada, the IODC will be able to provide some participants with subsidies to assist with travel and accommodation costs. (The travel support application form is integrated within the conference registration form).Read older posts from this section