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Open Data … Open Wallonia
The road to
Open Government in Wallonia
Univeristé de Namur| 07/05/2014 | @awtbe
AWT *… now+
Agence Wallonne des Télécommunications (AWT). Public agency of the
Walloon Region in charge of ICT, through 3 ...
*… and soon+ AWTIC
Agence Wallonne des Technologies de l’Information et
de la Communication. Public enterprise, subsidiary...
A platform for what ?
• Historical missions of AWT.
• One stop shopping for the identification of business and ICT
actors ...
AWTIC
The future of the AWT[IC]
… can be summarized
in on word : DATA
ICT Master Plan
Web² / mobile
Real and virtual
worlds are merging
Cloud
Universal platform for
online services
Social
Empo...
ICT Master Plan : 5 priorities
• Digital planning. Boadband fixed and mobile networks,
regulation, smartcities, NWOW, ….
•...
Open Data
Institutions, local actors and governments
have considerable amounts of data,
but do not necessarily use them.
T...
Empowerment
The new power of the crowd !
4 technologies now put
more power in the hands of both
customers and employees.
S...
The empowerment … live
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Of5uBbuHIKQ
We can be HEROes
• Highly Empowered and Resourceful Operatives.
• New innovators in companies and organizations.
• Heavily...
Co-Creation
• Distributed co-creation is a the new “big” model.
• Thanks to cloud computing and Web 2.0 technologies,
the ...
The end of pyramids
Image : www.theclotheswhisperer.co.uk
The power of the crowd
Image : johnthetoyshopguy.wordpress.com
Finally … communism ;-)
The rise of the sharing economy.
A social and economic system
driven by network technologies
and peer communities
that ena...
Me ><
Ownership ><
Global ><
Centralized ><
Competition ><
Enterprise ><
Ads & marketing ><
Credit ><
Money ><
B2B & B2A >...
Public services
User
The 5 governance deficits
Source : thegovlab.org
Legitimacy
Effectiveness
BudgetsInnovation
Expectation
Loss of confidence...
Public services
Desintermediation
Disintermediation
Adapted from Altimeter Group
Hospitality.
Homeowners displace
hotels. They can monetize their
extra spac...
Public services
“Open” Government
Source : thegovlab.org
Centralized
6
Decentralized
Intuitive
6
Goals
Closed
6
Open
Intermediary
6
Platfo...
Of course … it’s not that simple
• Government officials oppose sharing that
disrupts existing regulations.
• Lack of trust...
• Online services are (often) too dependent on specific platforms (CMS ,
etc.). … You MUST use Drupal or Open Source of co...
Bspace.be
geoportail.wallonie.be
For many years , the AWT has collected extensive data on ICT
uses in Wallonia. These data are presented each year in the
W...
Open Data Task Force
• The idea is to create a task force involving the
AWT(IC) (and globally the AEI), EWBS, the Walloon
...
Opendata.awt.be
• The first hackathon e-government in Belgium took place
in Namur 4, 5 and 6 October 2013.
• For three days, developers an...
… ProchainBus …
SRWT = 5000 employees
ProchainBus = 1 developer
Digital empowerment
Source : prochainbus.be
• A second e-government hackathon took place in
Namur from 4th to 5th april 2014.
The main topic was mobility.
• Support f...
Namur Smartcity
As part of their mission and inside the general FEDER project
supported by the Economic Office of Namur (B...
Contacts et infos
Luc Simons | ls@awt.be
André Blavier | ab@awt.be
@unpeudeblabla
opendata.awt.be
www.awt.be | www.awt.be/...
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  1. 1. Open Data … Open Wallonia The road to Open Government in Wallonia Univeristé de Namur| 07/05/2014 | @awtbe
  2. 2. AWT *… now+ Agence Wallonne des Télécommunications (AWT). Public agency of the Walloon Region in charge of ICT, through 3 main missions: technology watch, consultancy and promotion. Examples of services : • ICT observatory in Wallonia. ICT barometer : annual statistical surveys (companies, citizens, education, ICT sector, health, municipalities, etc.). Recommendations to the Walloon Government. • ICT watch and content provider (awt.be). In close cooperation with the main players and companies in the ICT sector in Wallonia, Belgium and abroad (technologies, laws, business opportunities, etc.). • Database of the ICT sector and ICT players. This directory gathers ICT companies, e-commerce sites, Public Digital Spaces, coworking & smarwork centers, ICT schools, municipalities and more. • Professional forums and events. #mforum, #ipforum, #edtechforum, events about e-commerce & ICT uses by companies and administrations.
  3. 3. *… and soon+ AWTIC Agence Wallonne des Technologies de l’Information et de la Communication. Public enterprise, subsidiary of the new Agency for Enterprise and innovation (AEI), result of the merging of the ASE and the AST. The Walloon government wanted to keep a public company totally focused on ICT. We are in a global reorganization of our activities. The keywords of this reorganization are : DATA and SERVICES. One major project … The ICT platform for Wallonia.
  4. 4. A platform for what ? • Historical missions of AWT. • One stop shopping for the identification of business and ICT actors in Wallonia. Simple idea : an enterprise equals a recording on the platform. • Validity and simplicity of the data. Each partner platform can handle its affiliates and use all information without friction. • Contacts with companies focused on their business (products, services, brands, stories, ...). • Permanent or temporary customized services (clusters, events, maps, ...), based on an API / REST model (validated with partners). • Technology open showcase for innovative ICT technology trends (Cloud, [Big] [Open] Data [as a Service], NWOW, ...). The agency has to be in itself a true illustration of Open Government. • ICT support for the Agency for Enterprise and Innovation (AEI), including tools, services and methodologies related.
  5. 5. AWTIC
  6. 6. The future of the AWT[IC] … can be summarized in on word : DATA
  7. 7. ICT Master Plan Web² / mobile Real and virtual worlds are merging Cloud Universal platform for online services Social Empowerment. A new distribution of roles Data The new power of data and analytics Programmable World Source : Master Plan TIC & AWT
  8. 8. ICT Master Plan : 5 priorities • Digital planning. Boadband fixed and mobile networks, regulation, smartcities, NWOW, …. • Structuring the ICT sector. Better visibility, innovation and ability to transform R&D into products and services. • Advanced ICT uses in enterprises. E-business & e-commerce, e- learning. Innovative projects based on ICT, particularly to tackle major future challenges (climate, mobility , aging, etc.). • Digital public services. Facing the challenges of digital empowerment, Open Data and Open government. • Digital education. Integration of ICT in the heart of the education system. Universal access to ICT and fight against the digital divide.
  9. 9. Open Data Institutions, local actors and governments have considerable amounts of data, but do not necessarily use them. The “Open Data” is to make them available in public data clouds. The idea is to allow other public or private players to build services and applications based on these data.
  10. 10. Empowerment The new power of the crowd ! 4 technologies now put more power in the hands of both customers and employees. Smart mobile devices. Pervasive video. Cloud computing services. Social technology.
  11. 11. The empowerment … live https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Of5uBbuHIKQ
  12. 12. We can be HEROes • Highly Empowered and Resourceful Operatives. • New innovators in companies and organizations. • Heavily involved in the creation, development and launch of projects with high added value and based on intensive use of ICT resources (especially from the Cloud). • The world of education has to prepare a digital revolution and to adapt its transmission of knowledge to the new needs of the professional world.
  13. 13. Co-Creation • Distributed co-creation is a the new “big” model. • Thanks to cloud computing and Web 2.0 technologies, the ability to organize online communities, to develop, and to commercialize new products and services, is moving from the professional sphere to the public sphere. • Employees are members of these 2 worlds now subject to a stronger and more balanced interaction. • BYOD / BYOA ... Bring Your Own Device / Application. • The company must identify the activities of its employees around ICT and establish internal collaborative processes to support the development of these activities.
  14. 14. The end of pyramids Image : www.theclotheswhisperer.co.uk
  15. 15. The power of the crowd Image : johnthetoyshopguy.wordpress.com
  16. 16. Finally … communism ;-)
  17. 17. The rise of the sharing economy. A social and economic system driven by network technologies and peer communities that enable the sharing of assets from space to skills to objects to money in ways and on a scale never possible before. Source : www.euro-freelancers.eu
  18. 18. Me >< Ownership >< Global >< Centralized >< Competition >< Enterprise >< Ads & marketing >< Credit >< Money >< B2B & B2A >< (Hyper) Consumption >< Adapted from www.euro-freelancers.eu Us Acces and service Local Distributed Collaboration People Community Reputation Value P2P Collaborative Consumption Values of the sharing economy
  19. 19. Public services User
  20. 20. The 5 governance deficits Source : thegovlab.org Legitimacy Effectiveness BudgetsInnovation Expectation Loss of confidence of citizens in their governments, particularly because of the lack of transparency, accountability and (real) citizen participation in the decision process. Because of their bureaucratic, centralized and rigid nature, public services are struggling to address the challenges of the modern digital world and the needs of citizens. Deficits and budget cuts, questionable expenditures or taxes, ... suggest that governments are not really able to deal with real world problems. Governments are paralyzed by institutional inertia and pyramidal structures. They are not agile, innovative and creative enough. While digital empowerment is breaking down barriers to citizen participation, citizen s are frustrated that governments do not allow them to contribute to public policies.
  21. 21. Public services
  22. 22. Desintermediation
  23. 23. Disintermediation Adapted from Altimeter Group Hospitality. Homeowners displace hotels. They can monetize their extra space by renting out rooms or homes to travelers from around the world. Labor. Marketplaces empower workers to find virtual work and managers to hire on-demand staff. Businesses and individuals are connecting to employees on their own. Office rental. Companies offset costs by renting space from and to each other. This growing marketplace enables on- demand, ad-hoc workspace rental in a pay-as-you-go transaction. Banking. Consumers skip the bank. P2P lending and crowdfunding services sites enable consumers to lend directly to each other and to bypass traditional financial services. Transports. Every car-sharing vehicle replaces 9-13 vehicles, reducing the number of hours a car sits idle in a garage or parking lot and car ownership overall. Products & Apparel. Consumers can now rent or exchange any number of physical goods instead of buying them from traditional retailers. v  H F  G
  24. 24. Public services
  25. 25. “Open” Government Source : thegovlab.org Centralized 6 Decentralized Intuitive 6 Goals Closed 6 Open Intermediary 6 Platform Static 6 Evolutive Deliberative 6 Collaborative From a push and top-down model, to a model involving a maximum of voices in the governance process Transition from intuition and repetition based models to processes based on the richness and intelligence of data, and on wide scale experimentation, for better decisions Personalization of content and services, One2One, pertinent and individual experiences, collective proposals, … Openness. Problems solved with the intelligence of the crowd, rather than only by public services. Validation and co-design by allied citizens … Cloud, mobile, apps, augmented services, programmable Web, suppression of time and location barriers, NWOW, … Networks, online and cloud platforms, 3D, DIY, cr owdfunding & crowdsourcing, loss of influence of "historical“ monopolies and intermediaries … Empowerment numérique
  26. 26. Of course … it’s not that simple • Government officials oppose sharing that disrupts existing regulations. • Lack of trust between peer-to-peer “buyers” and “sellers.” • Lack of industry-wide reputation systems and data standards. • Historical players view sharing as a threat to their current business models. • Uncertainty about which startups will stand the test of time. Adapted from Altimeter Group
  27. 27. • Online services are (often) too dependent on specific platforms (CMS , etc.). … You MUST use Drupal or Open Source of course ;-) • Time to market for Websites and services is toooooooo long. Public services must shift from an automatic outsourcing model to a co-development model where administrations get highly involved. • Digital public services should be designed to allow their (partial or full) integration with on other platforms and systems (websites, applications, workflows, etc.) on which the public sector loses control. • Today, a website is the natural way to online services. But who can say that this will the same in the future ? We must anticipate the new digital ways that will be used to consume information and services. • Do we allow a kind of “geek” citizen to take control ? Currently, Open data does not interest "real" people. Go on the street, ask people and you will undestand ;-) … an interesting question for our schools ! • Do you really think that ICT will simplify procedures and systems ... simply not simplifiable ? Should we not devote our energy in priority to simplify our incredible belgian legislative and institutional back-office ? Just for fun … some thoughts ;-)
  28. 28. Bspace.be
  29. 29. geoportail.wallonie.be
  30. 30. For many years , the AWT has collected extensive data on ICT uses in Wallonia. These data are presented each year in the Wallonia’s ICT barometer. Theses data are now available in Open Data: • ICT equipment and uses of walloon companies; • Analysis of websites and ICT Walloon municipalities uses; • ICT equipment and uses of Walloon citizens; • ICT equipment and uses of schools in Wallonia; opendata.awt.be. Finally, inside the global project of the ICT platform for Wallonia, AWT has launched an Open Data service. Its goal is to enable all public services of Wallonia to open their data. It’s based on CKAN (open source data portal software). The AWT will follow an “Open Governement” strategy and rely as much as possible on digital communities. Open Data for Wallonia
  31. 31. Open Data Task Force • The idea is to create a task force involving the AWT(IC) (and globally the AEI), EWBS, the Walloon Governement … and of course all relevant organization if needed. • Its role will be to identify, assist and support the Open Data initiatives in Wallonia. • Powered and hosted by AWT(IC) (ICT platform for Wallonia). • “One” transcription of the PSI european directive for Wallonia and Fédération Wallonie Bruxelles.
  32. 32. Opendata.awt.be
  33. 33. • The first hackathon e-government in Belgium took place in Namur 4, 5 and 6 October 2013. • For three days, developers and managers of regional public services and citizen-users came together for one goal : working prototypes of one or more online service(s) for “real” users (citizens, companies, …). • eGov Hackathons are focused on the development of an application or a service to citizens. Public services are closely involved these events and their members can be integrated into the teams. • Public administrations and operators agree to provide usable data sets in order to give developers the raw material that will allow them to develop applications that provide a tangible and real for users service. First eGov hackathon …
  34. 34. … ProchainBus … SRWT = 5000 employees ProchainBus = 1 developer Digital empowerment Source : prochainbus.be
  35. 35. • A second e-government hackathon took place in Namur from 4th to 5th april 2014. The main topic was mobility. • Support from AWT, University of Namur … and more and more from public services. • … and the final step from the SRWT on the road to Open Data ! The SRWT group has decided to share completely their data through opendata.awt.be. This is a main breakthrough for Open Data in Wallonia. • More information : www.hackathonegovwallonia.net www.awt.be/opendata … and the 2nd eGov hackathon
  36. 36. Namur Smartcity As part of their mission and inside the general FEDER project supported by the Economic Office of Namur (BEP), AWT and Namur’s University intend to play a major role in the development of an innovative model for "digital governance." 3 major objectives : • positioning Namur as the “digital capital” of Wallonia. Namur must embody an innovative model of digital governance that integrates technology, legal and practical aspects. • Facilitating and supporting digital public services and Open Data initiatives by citizens and associations. Namur has to become a place for activation and convergence of digital communities. • Contributing to technological innovation in the ICT sector in Wallonia. Namur will create a physical hub of expression and development for companies from the ICT sector.
  37. 37. Contacts et infos Luc Simons | ls@awt.be André Blavier | ab@awt.be @unpeudeblabla opendata.awt.be www.awt.be | www.awt.be/opendata www.twitter.com/awtbe www.facebook.com/awtbe www.awt.be/web/rss www.youtube.com/user/awtbe

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