“In Nepal, we need to move beyond just talking about open data, and start asking questions like ‘who are the consumers of this data and how are they using it?’ ” said Dr. Sagar Sharma, Chair of the Development Studies Department at Kathmandu University of the Arts. Kathmandu University of the Arts, AidData, and the Open Nepal coalition co-hosted the second Nepal Open Data Working Group in Kathmandu, a continuation of the Working Group held in February of this year. The discussion centered around two key questions. How can more granular, geo-referenced budget data be used to better understand the allocation and impact of publicly financed projects? And how can stakeholders interact with this data in their communities?