The Value of Open DataAndrew StottUK Transparency Boardformerly Director, data.gov.ukSenior Consultant, World BankMontevid...
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Economic Value of Open Data Open Gov Data in EU would increase businessactivity by up to €40 Bn/year, with total benefits...
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National Information Infrastructure Global Positioning System data now has$122bn/yr benefits to US economy alone UK Nati...
Government can be an Open Data user too21
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Performance of individual schools23
Performance of individual hospitals2412+ WeeksMRSA-freeGood C-DiffrecordLowMortality2 recentMRSABloodclotsPatientratings
Performance of local police and courts25
Open Data used to drive Citizen Engagement26Local teamTelephone, website, Facebook and Youtube ….Local policeTwitter feedH...
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Citizen-sourced data29#uksnow TN13 4/10
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Where does my money go?31
Transparent and Accountable Government32
Is My Money Being Spent Well?33
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What contracts are being granted to who?35Links to thedocuments
Organisational Transparency36Where the personis in the structurePayResponsibilContact details
Do officials turn off their lights at night?37
OpenlyLocal: a dashboard for each City38
The Emergence of Data Journalism39
Lessons Learned40
Leadership throughout the Organisation41
Everyone thinks that they are an exception It’s held separately by n different organisations, and we can’t join it up It...
Focus on things that people care about43
Release data people want44
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Findability46
Open Data Ecosystem47
Creating Sustainable Applications Sustainable apps come from socialentrepreneurs – helped by geeks Do things that matter...
Creating Sustainable Applications49IndividualCommunityNationalDailyPeriodicOccasionalFrequencyof IssueProximityof IssueTra...
Common standard for common things50
Data Publishing – Star Quality Put your data on the Web with anOpen Licence (any format) Make it available as structure...
Make Open Mean Open52
When Open is not Open53“You shall not use the data madeavailable through the GC Open DataPortal in any way which, in the o...
Make Open mean Re-usable54
PDFs are not (very) reusable55
Open => No cost56
Privacy57
Measure conformance with standards58
Measure achievement59
Discussion?60
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  • Value of Open Data: Presentation at Latin America Open Data Conference

    1. 1. The Value of Open DataAndrew StottUK Transparency Boardformerly Director, data.gov.ukSenior Consultant, World BankMontevideo26 June 2013 0.2.1@dirdigengandrew.stott@dirdigeng.com
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    15. 15. 15estateagents/realtorsFinancialservicesbuilders andother localservices
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    18. 18. Economic Value of Open Data Open Gov Data in EU would increase businessactivity by up to €40 Bn/year, with total benefitsup to €140 Bn/year (0.7% of GDP) Australian study found ROI of ~500% from opendata Deloitte/POPSIS found open data was reused10x-100x more than charged-for data18All economic analysis and case studiespoint the same way
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    20. 20. National Information Infrastructure Global Positioning System data now has$122bn/yr benefits to US economy alone UK National Mapping Agency data supports£100bn/yr of GDP activity Open Weather Data in US has created 400companies employing 4000 people Open addressing data in Denmark now gives€14m/yr benefits and 70:1 ROI20
    21. 21. Government can be an Open Data user too21
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    23. 23. Performance of individual schools23
    24. 24. Performance of individual hospitals2412+ WeeksMRSA-freeGood C-DiffrecordLowMortality2 recentMRSABloodclotsPatientratings
    25. 25. Performance of local police and courts25
    26. 26. Open Data used to drive Citizen Engagement26Local teamTelephone, website, Facebook and Youtube ….Local policeTwitter feedHow YOUcan getinvolvedIt’s very localAccessible data on crimeAttract Inform Engage Action
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    29. 29. Citizen-sourced data29#uksnow TN13 4/10
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    31. 31. Where does my money go?31
    32. 32. Transparent and Accountable Government32
    33. 33. Is My Money Being Spent Well?33
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    35. 35. What contracts are being granted to who?35Links to thedocuments
    36. 36. Organisational Transparency36Where the personis in the structurePayResponsibilContact details
    37. 37. Do officials turn off their lights at night?37
    38. 38. OpenlyLocal: a dashboard for each City38
    39. 39. The Emergence of Data Journalism39
    40. 40. Lessons Learned40
    41. 41. Leadership throughout the Organisation41
    42. 42. Everyone thinks that they are an exception It’s held separately by n different organisations, and we can’t join it up It will make people angry and scared without helping them It is technically impossible We do not own the data The data is just too large to be published and used Our website cannot hold files this large We know the data is wrong We know the data is wrong, and people will tell us where it is wrong We know the data is wrong, and we will waste valuable resourcesinputting the corrections people send us People will draw superficial conclusions from the data withoutunderstanding the wider picture People will construct league tables from it It will generate more Freedom of Information requests It will cost too much to put it into a standard format It will distort the market Our IT suppliers will charge us a fortune to do an ad hoc extract42
    43. 43. Focus on things that people care about43
    44. 44. Release data people want44
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    46. 46. Findability46
    47. 47. Open Data Ecosystem47
    48. 48. Creating Sustainable Applications Sustainable apps come from socialentrepreneurs – helped by geeks Do things that matter to people Make it quick and easy to do – “while you’re stillupset about it” Make effective use of email Use location: input and visualisation Build in community support, action & stickiness Use simple design 48
    49. 49. Creating Sustainable Applications49IndividualCommunityNationalDailyPeriodicOccasionalFrequencyof IssueProximityof IssueTransportBudgetWhich school?Which hospital?Crime MapsFOI Helper
    50. 50. Common standard for common things50
    51. 51. Data Publishing – Star Quality Put your data on the Web with anOpen Licence (any format) Make it available as structured data(e.g. Excel, CSV, instead of PDF) Use open, standard formats (e.g.XML, RDF) Use URLs to identify things (sopeople and machines can point atyour data) Link your data to other people’s data51Easeofreuse
    52. 52. Make Open Mean Open52
    53. 53. When Open is not Open53“You shall not use the data madeavailable through the GC Open DataPortal in any way which, in the opinionof Canada, may bring disrepute to orprejudice the reputation of Canada.”
    54. 54. Make Open mean Re-usable54
    55. 55. PDFs are not (very) reusable55
    56. 56. Open => No cost56
    57. 57. Privacy57
    58. 58. Measure conformance with standards58
    59. 59. Measure achievement59
    60. 60. Discussion?60
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