Data Transparency 2013 will feature Nick Sinai, U.S. deputy CTO, to deliver the executive keynote address.
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Data Transparency 2013

White House Office of Science and Technology Policy joins first-ever open data policy conference on September 10, alongside Congressional leaders


WASHINGTON, DC (September 5, 2013) -- The Data Transparency Coalition announced today that Nick Sinai, U.S. Deputy Chief Technology Officer at the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP), will deliver the executive keynote address at the Data Transparency 2013 conference on Tuesday, September 10. Along with tech industry representatives and transparency advocates, Data Transparency 2013 will feature executive and legislative branch leaders from both parties who share a commitment to opening the U.S. government's data.
A former venture capitalist, Nick Sinai has become one of the federal government's foremost advocates for stimulating innovation through open data. In his role as U.S. Deputy Chief Technology Officer, Sinai helps to lead the implementation of President Obama's Open Data Policy. The policy establishes a landmark definition for open data and requires that all newly generated government data be made available in accessible, machine-readable formats.

Data Transparency 2013 will be the nation’s first public conference dedicated to open data policy. Attendees representing over 28 federal agencies, 60 private-sector companies, and 40 transparency-oriented nonprofits will examine the impact of open data on government, explore open data business opportunities, and collaborate a common open data agenda.

Members of the media are invited to attend and should contact Zack Pesavento at for complimentary registration. Public registration and a full schedule of events are available at

Event: Data Transparency 2013
Date: Tuesday, September 10th, 2013
Location: Ronald Reagan Building,1300 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington, DC
Tickets: Available now through Eventbrite
Twitter: #opendata2013
Free Transportation: Provided by Lyft with app download; use promotional code OPENDATA
iPhone App: Available on iTunes

About the Data Transparency Coalition

The Data Transparency Coalition is a trade association that advocates for data reform in the U.S. government. The Coalition brings together technology companies, nonprofit organizations, and individuals to support policies that require federal agencies to publish their data online, using standardized, machine-readable, nonproprietary data standards. The coalition is steered by a board of advisors. Members include sector leaders such as Teradata Corporation, WebFilings, and RR Donnelley, and smaller start-ups such as Level One Technologies, BrightScope, and StockSmart. For more information, visit
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