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Session 4 emilio garcia garcia v2
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Session 4 emilio garcia garcia v2
Session 4 emilio garcia garcia v2
Session 4 emilio garcia garcia v2
Session 4 emilio garcia garcia v2
Session 4 emilio garcia garcia v2
Session 4 emilio garcia garcia v2
Session 4 emilio garcia garcia v2
Session 4 emilio garcia garcia v2
Session 4 emilio garcia garcia v2
Session 4 emilio garcia garcia v2
Session 4 emilio garcia garcia v2
Session 4 emilio garcia garcia v2
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Session 4 emilio garcia garcia v2

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Presentación realizada en 6º Conferencia Ministerial de Administración Electrónica celebrada en Poznan (Noviembre-2011) en la sesión "Benefits and Risks of Public Sector Information Reuse"

Presentación realizada en 6º Conferencia Ministerial de Administración Electrónica celebrada en Poznan (Noviembre-2011) en la sesión "Benefits and Risks of Public Sector Information Reuse"

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  • 1. Re‐Use of Public Sector Information and the Spanish eGovernment Strategy 2011‐2015 Thousand of flowers blooming Emilio Garcia Garcia Technical Advisor Ministry of Territorial Policy and Public Administration emilio.garcia@mpt.es
  • 2. Re‐Use of Public Sector Information:  The Public Sector holds a gold mine of information The Public Administration collect, produce, reproduce and disseminate documents on the performance of their duties.Reuse is the use of these documents,by physical or legal persons with commercial or noncommercial purposes
  • 3. Aporta: Towards a culture of reusability OCTOBER 2008 Promote the  Foster a  market of  culture of  Reuse of  Reuse of Promotes a culture of reuse of Public Sector  Public Sector public sector information, Information Informationraising awareness of theimportance and value of public Pave the way for the  provision by the sector information and reuse government of the  existing public sector among government, citizens informationand businesses
  • 4. The results of Aporta ProjectDissemination of  More than 800 people have participated directly in the organized training sessions. The document “The Aporta Guidebook: Guidelinesthe culture of Re‐ for the Re‐Use of PSI" available online. Audiovisual self‐learning use of PSI contents are a pioneering initiative in the EU.The project portal (www.aporta.es) combined with the use of Catalyses a community Web 2.0 tools (follow us on twitter: @proyectoaporta) is of practitioners and enabling an ongoing dialogue with the spanish community ofexperts and practitioners related with the reuse of public experts on the Re‐Use information. of  PSI The alpha version of the Catalog of Public Sector Information Promotes the developed in the Project provides citizens and businesses an easy Re‐use of access to the information available at the National Government. It has PSI more than 700 records and is under continuous expansion.
  • 5. Aporta Project  as it is seen by othersSource: OECD e-leaders conference, 2010
  • 6. The flowers are blooming: PSI re‐use in Spanish Public AdministrationsComunidades Autónomas Gobierno del País Vasco. Open DataEuskadi Gobierno de Cataluña. Datos AbiertosGencat Gobierno del Principado de Asturias.Catálogo de datos Gobierno de Castilla-La Mancha. Portalde Datos Abiertos de JCCM Gobierno de Navarra. Iniciativa OpenData Navarra Gobierno de las Islas Baleares. DadesObertes CAIB Gobierno de Extremadura. Reutiliz@City Hall Ayuntamiento de Badalona. Open Data Ayuntamiento de Barcelona. OpenData BCN Ayuntamiento de Córdoba. Open DataCórdoba Ayuntamiento de Gijón. Portal de DatosAbiertos Ayuntamiento de Lleida. Dades obertesde Lleida Ayuntamiento de Zaragoza. Datos Legend: City Hall CCAAAbiertos de Zaragoza
  • 7. The flowers are blooming: The Infomediary sector (I)Infomediaries: Companies who re-use public 230 companiessector information for create value added Re-use of Public Sectorapplications, product and services for third Information Sectorsparties Economy 37,6% Cartography 30,5% Business volume 1.600 M € Legal 17,0% Infomediary activity 550-600 M € Transports 5,2% Society and Demography 1,9% Meteorology 1,1% Others ,… 6,7% 5000-5500 employees Size of the companies 45,7% customers in other Más de 50 Member States Entre 11 y 50 Entre 1 y 10Source: “Characterization Study for the Infomediary Sector”, Proyecto Aporta, June 2011
  • 8. The flowers are blooming: The Infomediary sector (II) Business volume Millions of EurosFuentes: “Informe Anual de los Contenidos Digitales en España 2010”.ONTSI. Valor negocio contenidos digitales2009: 8.004 M€. Video juegos 8% (640 M€); Publicidad on-line 8,2% (656 M€). www.ontsi.red.es“Informe CMT 2009”, ingresos de operadores móviles por itinerancia y tráfico internacional
  • 9. Re‐Use of Public Sector Information in eGovernment Strategy 2011‐2015 Estrategia de Granada Increase availability of public sector information for reuse.  ADOPTED JULY, 2010R29.M5. Implementation of education andawareness measures complementary ofLaw 37/2007 on reuse of public sector Development of Royal Decree for the Law 37/2007information, aimed at disseminating the on reuse of public sector information. ... spelling outbasic aspects of the regulation and the and providing the technical details for the provisionspromotion of a culture of reuse of public included in the Law 37/2007 for the nationalsector information Spain. government
  • 10. The conerstone of the new strategy: Maximising the value of  Public Sector Information Accesibility Visibility Value of  Equal Public Sector  = X ConditionsInformation Re‐usability barriers
  • 11. Lessons for the first years of implementation of Re‐Use of PSI Spanish Legal framework related to the re‐use of public sector information Directive 2003/98/CE of 17 November 2003 on the re‐use of public sector information Law 37/2007, of 16 November, on the re‐use of public sector information Lack of information on reusable data Barriers Uncertainty about what information is reusable Need to define responsibilities and roles in the re‐useSource: Study on Conditions for reuse are unclear and fragmentedexclusive agreementsfor reusability of  Public Sector  Provide information using open standards and  machine‐Information – EuropeanCommission, 2010 readable formats are not on widespread usage
  • 12. Rules for a new strategy:  Addressing the barriers ‐ new Royal  Decree for Law 37/2007 ADOPTED OCTUBER 21th, 2011
  • 13. A new portal for a new strategy: Travelling from Aporta.es to datos.gob.esFocus on the PSI concept Focus on the data … … and what to do with it
  • 14. Our target… Make your stuff available  ★ on the web (whatever  format) Make it available as  structured data (e.g.  ★★ excel instead of image  scan of a table) Non‐proprietary format ★★★ (e.g. csv instead of excel) Use URLs to identify ★★★★ things, so that people can  point at your stuff “The five stars of open data”, Link your data to other  Tim Berners-Lee★★★★★ people’s data to provide  context
  • 15. Conclusions Information is useless if you don´t know how to use it “Five fingers” – Joseph L. MankiewiczData should be open and available by default and exceptions should be justified Neelie Kroes
  • 16. Muchas gracias Re‐Use of Public Sector Information and  the Spanish eGovernment Strategy 2011‐2015 Emilio Garcia Garcia Technical Advisor Ministry of Territorial Policy and Public Administration E‐mail: emilio.garcia@mpt.es ‐ Twitter: @egarciagarciaWWW: http://administracionelectronica.gob.es ‐ Twitter:  @obsae WWW: http://aporta.es ‐ Twitter: @proyectoaporta

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