Berlin Open Data Day 2024

Access to Information — Conference

Germany — May 30, 2024 @ 9:00am - 5:00pm GMT+01:00

Berlin, Germany

Host Organization and Partners — Senatskanzlei Berlin


After a two-year break, we are pleased to announce that the Berlin Open Data Day 2024 will take place. On 30 May 2024, politicians, the open data community and experts will once again come together to discuss the latest developments, challenges and opportunities relating to open data.

Under the motto of the legislative period “Digitalisation is a matter for the leadership”, Governing Mayor, Kai Wegner will explain why data is the basis for successful administrative digitalisation. In the panel discussion on “The future of data-driven administration”, you can expect a lively exchange between Martina Klement, State Secretary for Digitisation and Administrative Modernisation and Chief Digital Officer (CDO) of the State of Berlin, Henriette Litta from the Open Knowledge Foundation, Lars Zimmermann from GovTech Campus Deutschland e.V. and other participants.

We cordially invite you to attend this day to explore together the innovations and ideas in the field of open data. Join us as leading experts share their knowledge and present pioneering projects.

We look forward to your participation!

On behalf of the

Central Office for Open Data in the State of Berlin in the Senate Chancellery

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