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Open Data is the idea that some data should be publicly available and usable, and this idea has engendered a growing movement that attempts to remove technical and legal barriers to the use of public data and realize that data’s potential social and economic benefits. Open data initiatives have been gaining ground, and over 500 Open Data catalogs are now in operation around the globe. However, many organizations, including in government, may be unfamiliar with open data and its impacts, or lack the knowledge to design and implement open data programs effectively. This is often especially true in developing countries, where capacity can be low and access to the latest learning resources is often limited.