On the Records: Combs Studying Open Data

Her office is studying efforts to release raw data in New York and San Francisco for ideas.

Evan Smith speaks to the crowd during TribLive, a monthly conversation with Texas public officials.

Comptroller Susan Combs said today that her office is studying ways to make more raw government data available to the public, and that her office is looking to efforts in San Francisco and New York for ideas.

Combs made her comment during the second TribLive event at the Austin Club. She also answered a question from Justin Keener, a vice president at the Texas Public Policy Foundation, about transparency in local government: 

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