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Technical Barriers to Implementation

Page history last edited by Lucas Cioffi 10 years, 7 months ago

(This page will be developed by the participants in the Open Government Directive Workshop Series.  You are invited to edit; click the link on the right to request access to this wiki.)  This page is a collection of questions and answers relating to technical barriers to implementation of the Open Government Directive.  This page is a wiki which means that anyone can edit it and contribute their thoughts.  If you are not familiar with editing a wiki, email your question to info@opengovplaybook.org and members of the Open Government community will insert your question for you.

 

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