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Edgar crook   presentation
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Edgar crook   presentation
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Edgar crook   presentation
Edgar crook   presentation
Edgar crook   presentation
Edgar crook   presentation
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  • 1. Information governance and open government Edgar Crook
  • 2. Federal and state governments have all introduced some form of ‘open government’ initiative. Managing the transition to transparency is best achieved by the honest application of legislation.21 Sept. 2011 Information governance and open government 2
  • 3. Risk and Compliance There is little risk to transparency – but there is a risk in non-compliance and in being seen to be not transparent21 Sept. 2011 Information governance and open government 3
  • 4. Managing the release of PSIThe OAIC has dictated how Public Sector Information is to be managed.The rules are different for CAC, FMA and state agencies – however the management is similar.21 Sept. 2011 Information governance and open government 4
  • 5. Managing the release of PSI • Establish your information principles • Manage your documents as assets • Create procedures and lines of authority • Define your document types • Decide on your copyright scheme21 Sept. 2011 Information governance and open government 5
  • 6. Managing the release of PSI• Be proactive• Recognise the benefits that crowdsourcing your data could have for your enterprise• Use the free tools - Data.gov.au, OpenAustralia21 Sept. 2011 Information governance and open government 6
  • 7. Obtaining buy-inWhy weren’t we doing it before?• Fear of public scrutiny• Embarrassment• Fear of interference in performing functionsReality - staff do not want to be accountable21 Sept. 2011 Information governance and open government 7
  • 8. Getting over the fear of disclosure • Explain why you are doing it • Explain the benefits for the enterprise21 Sept. 2011 Information governance and open government 8
  • 9. Benefits of disclosure• Deeper knowledge of your enterprise’s purpose and work, leads to greater support• Transparency and openness improves internal knowledge sharing• Better record keeping as staff are more accountable, improves integrity• Access to other agencies information21 Sept. 2011 Information governance and open government 9
  • 10. Collaboration and social media• How to collaborate• Who to collaborate with• Social media – your enterprise’s and your staff’sLessons from the NLA and ASC21 Sept. 2011 Information governance and open government 10
  • 11. Thank You21 Sept. 2011 Information governance and open government 11

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