Office of the Chief Technology Officer (OCTO) - District of Columbia3 datasets
The Office of the Chief Technology Officer (OCTO) is the central information technology (IT) and telecommunications agency in the District of Columbia government (“District”). OCTO develops, implements, and maintains the District’s IT and telecommunications infrastructure; develops and implements major citywide applications; establishes and oversees IT enterprise architecture and website standards for the District; and advises District agencies on technology solutions to improve services to businesses, residents and visitors in all areas of District government.
Offsite — List of datasets made available online in convenient way by Washington DC’s Office of Chief Technology Officer. From the main page: > For years the District of Columbia has provided public access to city operational data through the Internet. Now the District provides real-time data from multiple agencies to citizens, a catalyst ensuring agencies operate as more ...
Offsite — The District of Columbia has provided real-time data from multiple agencies to citizens, a catalyst ensuring agencies operate as more responsive, better performing organizations. Use the data catalog to subscribe to a live data feed in Atom format and access data in XML, Text/CSV, KML or ESRI Shapefile formats. Popular downloads include CJIS Juvenile Arrests and Charges, ...