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Geek Awards, NABJ honors follow more CPIJ-supported projects

New accolades are illuminating the success of several projects which have been supported by the Center for Public Interest Journalism.

Open Data Philly:

On Saturday night, The Philadelphia Geek Awards named Open Data Philly the 2015 Web Project of the Year.

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CPIJ hosts visiting officials; honored for poverty reporting collaboration

Above: City of Philadelphia Chief Data Officer Tim Wisniewski addresses the visitors.

Above: City of Philadelphia Chief Data Officer Tim Wisniewski addresses the visitors.

Open Data Philly leaders host international guests

Last month, Citizen Diplomacy International of Philadelphia — the region’s international relations organization — requested a meeting between the people behind Open Data Philly and a party of six government and NGO officials visiting through the Open Government Partnership, a part of the State Department’s International Visitors Leadership program.

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