Apply for Stuiveling Open Data Award
The Stuiveling Open Data Award underlines the importance of using open data, for economic, social and democratic value, for example. On the basis that if people can easily reuse information, they can develop useful new applications.
Until 15 September, applicants can submit their entry via (in Dutch): www.soda2017.nl
Participation is open to anyone who has created an application that uses open data from public organizations, such as a website, app, or visualization. The winner will receive a 20.000 Euro cash prize for further investment and development of the application.
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