Cost/Benefits of Open-Data
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National GovernmentDenmark2 Million62 MillionDanish Enterprise and Construction Authorityhttp://www.adresse-info.dk/Portals/2/Benefit/Value_Assessment_Danish_Address_Data_UK_2010-07-07b.pdfJonathan Brun
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Municipal Governments (Geographic)Catalognia1.5 Million13 MillionConseil national de l'information géographique (France)http://www.cnig.gouv.fr/Front/docs/cms/etude-impact-socio-economique_124101422878909400.pdfJonathan Brun
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Office of the Chief Technology Officer (OCTO)Washington DC50 000 $2 Million (4000%)OCTOhttp://www.istrategylabs.com/2008/11/apps-for-democracy-yeilds-4000-roi-in-30-days-for-dcgov/claire libertic
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Canada Revenue Agency (CRA)Toronto, Canada3,2 billion3,2 billionhttp://eaves.ca/2010/04/14/case-study-open-data-and-the-public-purse/claire libertic
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General Secretary of PRIMET (Association of private meteorological services)Meteorological market in UE?290 MillionRichard Pettiferhttp://www.epsiplatform.eu/guest_blogs/europe_looses_300_million_euro_per_year_in_taxationclaire libertic
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Meteorological DataUSA1 Billion (entire agency, so not necessarily reflective of the Open-Data portion of the costs)1.5 BillionAmerican Meteorological Institutehttp://infovegan.com/2010/08/09/how-did-weather-data-get-openedJonathan Brun
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