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Open Data Presentation 2013 by Pia Waugh

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    • {Open|Big|Linked} Data Enabling better policy, services and cost efficiency in Government Version 0.5 Pia Waugh Director of Coordination and Gov 2.0 Technology and Procurement Division Office of the Australian Government CTO 1
    • Benefits to Government in Opening Data Cuts red tape • Improves efficiencies in sharing data across government and with public • Proactive automated publishing rather than manual retrospective approach Improves Government Operations • Enables collaboration and consistency across government and with public • Improves policy analysis, development, implementation and reporting • Improves service delivery by enabling thematic personalised approach to info including mobile services that leverage cloud hosted data and automated APIs • Improves data quality through enabling verifiable public contributions Innovation • Enables innovation and new opportunities in government, industry and research • Enables greater capacity for public to contribute meaningfully to public policy 2
    • The Government Data Landscape (latest version online) 3
    • The APS Policy Landscape Others: • Publishing Public Sector Information & National Standards Framework • Open Public Sector Information: From Principles to Practice Report • Declaration of Open Government • Gov 2.0 Taskforce Report • Statement of IP Principles for Government (CC-BY) • Ahead of the Game • Digital Transition Policy (Archives) & Accessibility Policy • Emerging Open Research Policies • Open Government Partnership (TBD) 4
    • State and Territory Policies 5
    • Policies Components APS: • Permissive copyright – CC-BY as the default • Open by default • Support reuse and innovation • More public engagement • Better use of data for government policy and service development States/Territories add: • Procurement – open by design • Reporting – dashboards • Departmental strategies 6
    • APS ICT Strategy  Declaration of open govt  Online engagement  Online interaction  APS use of social media  Connected service delivery  Open public sector info  ICT investment framework  Skills and capability APS ICT Strategy 2012-2015  Operational efficiency ($1.8B)  Improved agency capability  Whole-of-govt approaches  Coordinated procurement  Benchmarking promoting better government through the innovative and strategic use of ICT Using ICT to increase public sector and national productivity by:  Enabling better service delivery  Improving the efficiency of government operations  Supporting open engagement to better inform decisions addressing today’s challenges… Public expectations Productivity performance Technology advances Agencies pressures Influenced by innovative digital private sector services, broadband availability, smartphone take-up, social media and blogs Global economic impacts, increasing global competition, reduced resource demand, demographic changes, environmental constraints Mobile, broadband, cloud computing, virtualisation, big data analytics and other emerging technologies Meeting outcomes and expectations, funding challenges, efficiency dividends, organisational change, and achieving ICT delivery targets Australian Government Information Management Office 7
    • Big Data Strategy VISION PRINCIPLES ACTIONS  Enhanced services  Data is a national asset  Develop better practice guidance  New services and business partnership opportunities  Privacy by design  Identify and report on barriers to adoption of big data analytics  Improved policy development  Data integrity and the transparency of process  Protection of privacy  Skills, resources and capabilities will be shared  Leveraging Government’s investment in ICT  Collaboration with industry and academia  Enhancing open data  Enhance skills and experience in big data analysis – initiation and support of pilot projects  Develop guide to responsible data analytics  Develop guidance to enable agencies to create information asset registers  Monitor technical advances Australian Government Information Management Office 8
    • Privacy and confidentiality • Custom API approach that confidentialises on the fly (eg, ABS) • Deidentification of data – to appropriate level • Aggregation • Leveraging existing processes for researcher (unit level) access rather than conflating open data discussions • Privacy Commissioner as point of reference and support • Avoiding common identifiers across multiple datasets 9
    • Open by Design Building proactive publishing into: • Systems • Processes • Procurement • Planning • Records management Leveraging open data through: • Public APIs • Analysis tools and datavis • Internal processes looking for external sources 10
    • Data Portals 11
    • Other Data Projects • Spatial • Geosciences • Research • Sensor • Realtime (eg Transport) • Census/Statistics • Cultural • Data about government • International: Aid/Extractive Industries 12
    • Loads of Tools Available • Publishing tools – CKAN, Socrata, bespoke • Automation – FME, Kettle • Data visualisation – Tableau, SuperDataHub, SpatialKey • Analysis – R, domain specialist software, Palantir • API development • Application development • Linked data tools • Metadata tools 13
    • New and Old Skills Required 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Publishing Automation Metadata/linked data API development Plumbing Data visualisation Analysis and statistics Policy development Public consultation Online skills 14
    • Some Challenges • Legislative • Culture • Systems • Reactive vs proactive • Metadata/semantic context • Too much data • Real time vs historic • Definitions and common references • Limited skills and over specialisation 15
    • data.gov.au Free, cloud based, highly scalable platform for hosting government data. Staged approach 1. Publishing (2013) Improving the functionality and ease of publishing for agencies with training and documentation 2. Value realisation (Early 2014) Providing useful front end tools for data.gov.au including data visualisation and analysis tools 3. Data quality (Late 2014) Looking at ways to provide agencies the ability to accept iterative data improvements in a verifiable way Features • Federated search making data and data services easier to find • Manual and automated publishing options • API access to government data • Easy to publish, download and interact with data online • Basic data visualisation capability 16
    • All the pieces are in place, we need people to put the puzzle together 17
    • {Open|Big|Linked} Data Without data, you only have open, big & linked. What {public|private} data do you need? Questions? 18