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O'Reilly Radar reports that the World Bank is setting an example for creating easy-to-use data.
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With the explosion of government data now online, the government will rely on 'data curators' to help the public make sense of the information, The New York Times and O'Reilly Radar report.
According to an HP survey, government IT professionals are still trying to define and find practical applications for Gov 2.0.
Government faces three main barriers to sharing data now: budgets, technology and "politics (fear, apprehension and skepticism about what will happen if they share it)," according to O'Reilly Radar.