Each year, International Open Data Day serves as way for governments around the world to highlight the benefits of open data and engage communities in the development of data-driven solutions to common civic challenges.
The City-Parish is hosting a virtual event on Thursday, March 2, 2023 from 6-7pm, featuring “lightning talks” on how data is used to keep citizens informed on public safety, financial transparency, blight remediation and more. Each lightning talk will feature a 10 minute presentation of how data is used to engage with key stakeholders and the general public, along with a question-and-answer session with participants.
Chief Murphy Paul | Baton Rouge Police Department
Lyndsay Hudson | Department of Development
Eric Romero, Warren Kron, and Michael Stein | Department of Information Services