The League of California Cities didn’t participate in the global discussions that led to SB 1002, the California Open Data Standard, but it’s doing its best to gut or kill the bill, twisting the meaning and intent of the law to make a specious argument that government as platform advocates are somehow trying to rip off taxpayers. It’s a sad move from a lobbying organization that has done little to advance government efficiency and transparency in our high technology state.
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Ken Livingston, the first elected Mayor of London and architect of the successful downtown congestion pricing project profiled in Bill Eggers’ “If We Can Put a Man on the Moon,” has launched a NationBuilder-powered digital platform centered around his campaign volunteers. Livingstone is Labour’s candidate to unseat the Convervatives’ Boris Johnson in 2012.
“YourKen.org will give thousands of volunteers the chance to actively participate in the most cutting edge and dynamic campaign London has ever seen,” Livingston said of the site.
The Conservative’s Johnson has a website built by Boston-based Liberty Concepts.