Each Challenge will have a specific deadline noted on the ODAA website and proposals will be accepted up to that date.
ODAA can provide a maximum of $40,000 in a non-repayable grant per project.
All data is provided as-is from the data provider and they should be contacted if there are any errors found.
Government of Alberta Open Data as noted in the metadata is available at no cost through the data provider. Other data products are available for a fee as determined by the data provider.
In the context of this initiative, Open Data is data produced that can be freely used, re-used and redistributed by anyone in a legal manner. The only requirement for data use is to attribute to the data provider as defined in the metadata. The License is found here.
No, all data is available on the site at no-cost to the user.
An organization or group of organizations, of which at least one is an SME (for profit company with fewer than 500 employees and/or $50 million revenue) which has their head office in Alberta.