No. But that’s a good thing! The County is always changing and evolving. This ever-changing reality means that there is a continuous need to collect new “flavors” of data (think: Arlington now collects video streaming and social media data that was rare even just a few years ago). The County’s approach is to maintain a current data inventory and to identify data within that inventory that is open data. As described in earlier posts, the first version of the data inventory is being collected now. Once it is complete (Summer 2018), the County Manager’s Open Data Advisory Group will submit their recommendations for the order in which open data should be published. County staff will match those recommendations with the resources available to prepare the data and then build and share a schedule for publication. The data inventory is a six-month long effort and prioritization will also take several months. Following that, each dataset will be published against the schedule. This long-term program reflects the County’s strong commitment to open data. Check back for future updates.