Joshua Tauberer is a civic hacker, entrepreneur, and expert in government transparency and accountability. His GovTrack.us project, which launched in 2004, helps millions of individuals track and understand the activities of the U.S. Congress, and it was the first website to create open data for Congress.
He is also the author of Open Government Data: The Book, is an organizer of the yearly Open Data Day DC conference, and holds a Ph.D. from the University of Pennsylvania.
|Aug 1, 2015||Techdirt - Awesome Stuff: Making GovTrack Even More Awesome|
|Jun 27, 2015||Fast Company - For post-Snowden cloud startups, privacy proves a hard sell|
|May 21, 2015||Re/code - Small Dollars, Big Impact for D.C. Political Fundraising Guru|
|Apr 9, 2013||Techdirt - How Washington DC Went From Locking Up Laws To Releasing Them In The Public Domain Within Days|
|Apr 27, 2012||Fast Company - 13. Marci Harris|
|Jun 4, 2008||Ars Technica - Study: .gov web sites should focus on RSS, XML?not redesigns|