December 5, 2012
The Open Data Institute (ODI) was opened by cabinet ministers Francis Maude and David Willetts yesterday (4 December 2012), in a week when the Institute also announced two major affiliations.
On Monday it announced that the Omidyar Network will be the Institute’s first investor, bringing with it $750k over two years. The ODI also announced that it will be working with the World Bank to help collect evidence globally on the benefits of open data and to deliver open data programmes in developing countries.
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