Collaborators

Open Data Charter

The Open Data Charter is a collaboration of more than 100 governments and organisations committed to opening up data based on a shared set of principles, including that data should be open by default, timely and interoperable.

Our goal is to embed the use of open data as a central tool to help governments solve the most pressing policy challenges of our time.

World Resource Institute

WRI was founded in 1982 with the purpose of bringing cutting-edge analysis to global environment and development challenges. For the past three decades, we have worked with government, business, and civil society to drive ambitious action based on high-quality data and objective analysis. With our partners, we have demonstrated the success of breakthrough ideas and scaled up these solutions for far-reaching, enduring impact

The Center for Open Data Initiatives (CODE)

The Center for Open Data Initiatives (CODE) is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization based in Washington, DC, whose mission is to maximize the value of open government data as a public resource for economic growth , social good and scientific research. During the past few years, CODE has worked with the White House, more than a dozen federal agencies in the United States. UU., And with governments around the world to help them improve their data assets and meet the needs of their agencies and data users