Digital Government Achievement Award for the Commerce Data Usability Project

The Center for Digital Government* announced today (September 1st) that the Commerce Data Usability Project, created by the Commerce Data Service, won the Digital Government Achievement Award in the “Government-to-Citizen, State and Federal” category.

A snapshot of the home page for the Commerce Data Usability Project https://www.commerce.gov/datausability

The Commerce Data Usability Project is a collection of data guides for the Commerce Department’s high-value datasets, lowering the barrier to entry for individuals and companies that want to solve problems or create businesses by leveraging the department’s open data.

Congratulations to Star Ying, Jeff Chen and the rest of the team on this amazing initiative.

*The Center for Digital Government is a national research and advisory institute on information technology policies and best practices in state and local government.

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