California Safe Drinking Water Data Challenge 2018: Commitments
All stakeholders are invited to contribute and collaborate on the application of #opendata tools supporting safe drinking water for all. Select commitments will be highlighted as part of our June 26 Launch Event at the Google Community Space in San Francisco.

What is a commitment?
California Safe Drinking Water Data Challenge commitments are new, specific, and measurable actions that will be taken by community stakeholders in support of demonstrating the power of open data to improve access to safe drinking water. Examples of commitments can include:

* Hosting workshops, roundtables, hackathons, and other convenings throughout the summer to build, test, and improve prototype solutions to the Challenge

* Broadening access to additional data, technology infrastructure, tools, and resources aligned with the Challenge

* Supporting next steps from the Challenge, whether through local deployment, mentoring of participant teams, seed-funding, or other mechanisms

Please note that while the focus of the Challenge is accessibility of safe drinking water for California, commitments from partners and organizations outside of the state are welcome.

Our organizing team is available to collaborate with you in capturing ideas for commitments and identifying potential partners. Email to set up a coordination call.

When are commitments due?
Final submissions via this Google Form are due by June 20 to be considered for the Launch Event. (You can edit your response after submitting.) The form will remain open for additional commitments throughout the summer in preparation for a #CAWaterDataChallenge Summit.

Email address *
Your Name *
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Your Commitment (2-3 sentences recommended. Please be specific about timing, anticipated scale/scope, and if applicable, how participants could access the resources you are committing to share) *
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Do you plan to attend an in-person event?
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Your Organization's Media/Communications Contact
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