Pennsylvania Open Data Candidate Questionnaire
Question 1
Many businesses, nonprofits, and government agencies view information as an asset. If elected, how will your administration increase access to this important asset for benefit of the Commonwealth?
7 Responses
Question 2
Public information is often siloed within various state agencies, and not always easily accessible to residents or other units of government. How will your administration improve information sharing in Pennsylvania?
7 Responses
Question 3
Open sharing of information and information technology has helped to improve the relationship between citizens and government. How will your administration use information and technology to better connect with citizens?
7 Responses
Question 4
Many datasets controlled by the state are subject to disclosure under the Open Records Law. Do you support making the default policy that such datasets are proactively available online according to commonly accepted open data guidelines (see FAQ for details)?

Please indicate Yes or No and explain your position.
7 Responses
Question 5
Current laws protecting personal privacy would still apply to all information released under an open data policy. Beyond this protected information, what specific data sets do you feel should be restricted for public access?
7 Responses
Question 6
Many cities and states around the U.S. are adopting open data policies and practices to share information with residents and other stakeholders. What are the 3 most important things you would do as governor to make state data “open”?
7 Responses