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APIs & Open Data - Panelist Bios

Government institutions are increasingly deciding to use and build open-source software. The White House digital strategy includes a directive to agencies to allow public access to data via APIs. For some institutions unaccustomed to open data and collaborative development, this is a massive cultural shift. However,…

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