Today, Open Data is an imperative. Government data, research data, and data from various other fields must be freely accessible and reusable – of course within the limits of legitimate interests of privacy and secrecy. Open Data provides value for democracy and for the economy: Open Data furthers participation, increases transparency, opens up new business […]
About Andreas Kellerhals
Andreas Kellerhals is a historian and worked for 27 years at the Swiss Federal Archives, where in his 13 years as director he played a key role in driving forward the digital transformation and helped set up the portal opendata.admin.ch, now opendata.swiss. Since 2018, he has been the Commissioner for Open Government Data at the Federal Department of Home Affairs and is developing the Confederation's new OGD strategy.