Work on the fundamental technology supporting Data at Work has been in development since September 2015. Over the next two years, we are looking to profoundly move this vision forward. Read on for an overview of current roadmap for the second half of 2016 and first half of 2017. If you have any questions or comments, do not hesitate to contact us.



Data on skills and jobs are being collected through the Open Skills Data Cooperative, analyzed and aggregated using advanced machine learning techniques by the Skills Research Cooperative, and aggregations are being made public to serve a variety of use cases under development by the Skills Developer Working Group. Additionally tooling and libraries for aiding states and training providers collect, analyze and publish their outcomes data are being written in JavaScript and Python, the most common languages used in the open data sector. Likewise, our standards are specified in JSON. If you are a developer interested in contributing, please get involved.


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