In the annual Open Data Compliance Plan, City agency Open Data Coordinators share a listing of datasets their agencies plan to publish or need to remove. These new datasets are partially informed by public demand – including what data was requested through the Freedom of Information Law (FOIL) and by what agencies are already publicly sharing elsewhere – based on an inventory of data on City websites. The Compliance Plan also details how agencies actively promoted their public datasets through civic engagement activities. After a close review by the Open Data Team, and possible revision by the submitting agency, this information is compiled into a plan that offers a glimpse into what will soon be shared on NYC Open Data.
|Compliance Plan Dataset||What's Included and How to Use It|
| Upcoming datasets scheduled for release on the Open Data Platform according to the 2023 Open Data Plan |
Here, you will find the agency that provides each dataset, the dataset's name, its description, update frequency, scheduled release date, and any comments about the dataset left by the Agency. Use this to find out what new datasets will be available soon!
| Datasets that were removed from the 2023 Open Data Plan |
Here, you will find the agency that owns each dataset and reasonings for each removal. Use this to understand why datasets that were scheduled for released will not be published
| Public data that is available on each Agency's website |
This includes links to each dataset and indicates whether or not it can also be found on NYC Open Data. Use this in tandem with the 2023 Open Data Plan: Future Releases dataset to see where the underlying sources for new datasets are coming from.
| How many FOIL requests each agency has received |
This includes a count of all FOIL requests each agency has received for the year and breaks down that number in categories that describe their relation to Open Data.
| New releases to the Open Data Platform that are a result of an answered FOIL request |
Use this in tandem with the 2023 Open Data Plan: Future Releases dataset to match up the datasets listed and the 2023 Open Data Plan: FOIL Metrics dataset to see how many requests resulted in new datasets.
| Civic engagement activies completed by each agency |
Civic Engagement Activities are ways in which agencies can connect with the public via programming that helps people understand the inner workings of city government. This includes details on the civic engagement activities each agency has completed over the past year.