Telling you about the latest in open data and data initiatives in the City of New Orleans.

First annual Data Report released

December 21, 2017

by Whitney L. Soenksen, Open Data Manager
Filed under: annual report, open data

In December 2016, the City of New Orleans approved its first ever Data Policy, laying out the goals and ideals that the City aims to achieve with regard to cataloging and opening City data. The policy also requires that we track our accomplishments and challenges, and publish our progress publicly in a report to the Chief Administrative Officer. We are excited to release this first annual report!

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You too can be a “Use Case Truffle Pig”

November 27, 2017

by Melissa Schigoda, Alex Williamson, and Stephen Primeaux, Office of Performance and Accountability
Filed under: analytics, NOLAlytics

Much like truffle pigs hunting for truffles (as founding director Oliver Wise would say), the Office of Performance and Accountability (OPA) team spends a lot of time searching for use cases where we can leverage data science to make changes in city businesses processes. Our ultimate aim is to make local government more efficient and effective. And we need your help!

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ResultsNOLA moves to DataDriven

June 2, 2017

by Melissa Schigoda, Senior Performance Manager, Office of Performance and Accountability
Filed under: ResultsNOLA, transparency

ResultsNOLA uses data to track the City of New Orleans’ progress towards its strategic goals, and it now has a new home on DataDriven.

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