Where Next for Open Data in the Russian Federation
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English version of a presentation given in Moscow on 24 September 2013

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  • 1. Where Next for Open Data in the Russian Federation Andrew Stott Senior Consultant, World Bank formerly Director, data.gov.uk Moscow 24 Sep 2013 @dirdigeng andrew.stott@dirdigeng.com
  • 2. Open Data in the Russian Federation to 15.07.2013 Control Indicator Planned Actual The number of federal authorities which 40 45 500 1000 20 Not have open data sections on their official web-sites The number of datasets published in open data format The number of commercial companies and NGOs using open data The number of applications evaluated and 20 services based on open data The number of datasets in RDF format Not evaluated 5 Source: Higher School of Economics, National Research University 0 2
  • 3. That deserves a celebration 3
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  • 7. The G8 league table at the start of the season Source: Open Knowledge Foundation, Open Data Census, as at 1 June 2013 7
  • 8. The Challenge  People think that it is “done”  Benefits of what has already been done will take time to emerge  Sustainability involves more resources – financial, institutional, legislative, political, than initial launch  “Competitors” are getting better – the target is moving 8
  • 9. Main Themes of World Bank paper Three main recommended themes for next phase:  Use Open Data for Economic Growth and Business Innovation  Build Open Data “Ecosystem”  Ensure Technical Excellence in Open Data delivery 9
  • 10. Economic Growth and Business Innovation  Release data valuable for re-use  Release data which businesses request  Extend release beyond Government Ministries  Ensure continuity of supply  Prioritise “core reference data”  Ensure fine-grained, disaggregated data 10
  • 11. Build Open Data “Ecosystem” (1)  Open the “last mile” of public services  Make portal(s) collaborative and demanddriven  Use official metadata and user tagging to improve search and findability  Reach out to entrepreneurs and innovators  Build knowledge networks 11
  • 12. Build Open Data “Ecosystem” (2)  Support and incubate innovation  Involve the academic community  Ensure Ministries explain their data  Develop Open Data skills within government institutions at all levels  Encourage development of “data literacy” in media and general public 12
  • 13. Technical Excellence in Open Data delivery  “Open by Design” in upstream systems  Consistent policies, standards & formats  Multiple access methods: raw, API, etc  Network the Open Data portals  Ensure Open, machine readable formats and build the “Semantic Web”  Develop pragmatic privacy safeguards  Ensure truly “Open” licensing for all data 13
  • 14. Main Themes of World Bank paper Three main recommended themes for next phase:  Use Open Data for Economic Growth and Business Innovation  Build Open Data “Ecosystem”  Ensure Technical Excellence in Open Data delivery 14
  • 15. Taking Open Data forward Taking Open Data forward will need:  Renewed “call to action”  Sustained institutional leadership  Realistic but stretching target for 2013-14 ‒ G8 linkage?  Prioritisation of actions 15
  • 16. Issues for analysis & discussion  Are these the correct actions? What else should be added?  How can these be implemented in the Russian context?  What should be the priorities?  What should be the institutional framework?  What goals should be set for 2013-14?  Is another Presidential Directive needed? 16
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