Hudson Hollister, interim president, Data Foundation
The government has made progress in opening up its vast stores of data and getting them to flow. But, as 2017 approaches, the government still has lots of data on paper or in formats that aren't machine-readable. So the work continues. In fact, the Data Foundation holds its fourth annual Data Transparency summit this month, and the White House itself will participate. Data Foundation interim president Hudson Hollister joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin with more.