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Jim Farnam, 11/12/2011 06:27 PM

About The Open Indicators Consortium

The Open Indicators Consortium (OIC) is a multi-stakeholder partnership in the development of the open source platform Weave in collaboration with the Institute for Visualization and Perception Research at the University of Massachusetts Lowell. The OIC aims to spur the democratization and use of high quality data and data-driven problem-solving within and across neighborhoods, municipalities, sectors, states, regions and nations. The OIC offers three levels of membership.

Governing OIC Members include:

Metro Atlanta - Atlanta Community Foundation, Atlanta United Way, Atlanta Regional Commission, Emory University;
Metro Boston/Massachusetts - Boston Indicators Project at the Boston Foundation, Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC)
Massachusetts Department of Early Education and Care;
Metro Chicago - Chicago Metropolitan Planning Association (CMAP);
Mid-Ohio - Community Research Partners and the Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission (MORPC);
Metro Seattle - Public Health , Seattle & King County;
Arizona - Arizona Indicators, managed by Morrison Institute for Public Policy with support from Arizona State University and the Arizona Community Foundation;
Connecticut - Connecticut Data Collaborative, managed by the Connecticut Economic Resource Center;
Rhode Island - the Rhode Island Department of Education and Providence Plan;
Michigan Data Collaborative a project managed by the Johnson Center's Community Research Institute and Data Driven Detroit;
Rockford (Illinois) Region Vital Signs