QLD Government’s first Open Data Policy Statement released
The Queensland Government is improving access to open data with the launch of the Queensland Government Open Data Policy Statement.
After the success of GovHack in previous years, the Queensland Government is on board again in 2018.
IODC 2016 Madrid, Spain 6th-7th October #IODC16 Global goals, local impact. Pre-registration is now open.
Open Data 500 Australia survey
Companies and NGOs that use open government data can take part in the Australian Open Data 500 Project and help shape the future of open data.
Queensland Government data web address changes
Due to department changes, some Queensland Government data web addresses have been updated.
Open Data Institute
ODIQ is the first Australian based international node of the Open Data Institute, created by Sir Tim Berners-Lee and Sir Nigel Shadbolt. Explore ODIQ and find out how you can get involved.
Read case studies on how Queensland Government data has been used innovatively by various industries and what the benefits are.
Check out Queensland Globe. See overlays like recent flood levels, lot and plan information and the latest Queensland aerial and satellite imagery.
Digital Projects Dashboard
Track how digital projects are progressing across Queensland Government with the Digital Projects Dashboard. Reports include budget, cost to date and current status.
Open Data Conversations
Seeking your input – help shape Queensland Government Open Data Policy! Individuals, groups, universities, public sector and businesses of all sectors can join the conversation in three ways – deep dive sessions, interactive social map and online discussion forums.