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One Year Anniversary of the NASA Digital Strategy

23 May 2013, 16:00 UTC
One Year Anniversary of the NASA Digital Strategy
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Today marks the one-year anniversary of the Digital Government Strategy. Over the past 12 months, NASA has made great strides in making its data and services more accessible to developers, researchers, entrepreneurs, and others.
NASA is extremely committed to implementing directives such as the Digital Government Strategy, the Open Government Initiative, and the new Open Data Executive Order. Together, these three directives are important steps forward for government agencies like NASA. They encourage agencies to open up their valuable data to the public and give external developers tools to build new technology and services. They enable us to keep pace with the rapid deployment of mobile technology and rising citizen expectations, and ensure our technology is available to citizens anytime, anywhere, and on any device. Most importantly, at the core of these initiatives is a new approach to how government works and delivers its services to the American people.
In support of the anniversary, NASA has updated the status of all the milestones for the Digital Strategy, released a number of new mobile applications, made more data available through APIs, and created a page for developers looking for more information. We encourage you to check out the following related links. ...

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