Building refuge for federal climate & environmental data

Join FOG at the University of New Mexico’s first ever #datarescueabq in coordination with DataRefuge. Learn more about the importance of preserving federal climate, land use, and other data. Following training, stick around with your own laptop and work to identify high value datasets and seed web pages for harvest by the Internet Archive. Note: The Read More …

Follow the Money

The New Mexico Foundation for Open Government is co-sponsoring three free Money in Politics data training sessions in New Mexico in February and you’re invited to attend. Trainers from the National Institute on Money in State Politics will teach you how to use the Institute’s pilot ”Anomaly Detection” tool, so you can produce your own Read More …

FOG urges Clovis Schools to release report about coach

FOG sent the following letter yesterday urging the Clovis Municipal Schools to release all documents under IPRA regarding possible suspension of its high school football coach: October 1, 2015 Kyle Snider President, Clovis Municipal Schools kyle.snider@clovis-schools-org Jody Balch Superintendent, Clovis Municipal Schools jody.balch@clovis-schools-org Re: Inspection of Public Records Request Dear Messieurs Snider and Balch: I am writing on Read More …