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  • topography, cadastre, dwellings, persons, businesses 2. high level governance board and a Digital Taskforce 3. 2001, 2004, 2007 and 2011


  • 1. The Danish Key DataProgramme16th march 2012Cathrine Lippert,calip@digst.dk
  • 2. The Past – a few highlights• Long history of key registries mandated by law with high level of correctness and completeness• Strong collaboration on digitisation between state, regional and municipality levels since 2001• Cross-government eGov strategies since 2001• Data reuse previously high on the agenda; however, put on the backburner in later years• eGovernment-rankings used to place Denmark in Top 3, but position seems to be sliding back
  • 3. The Present - key data challenges in Denmark• The key registries developed over 30 years• Overlapping and non-authoritative registries developed• Cross-government and cross-sector processes impeded by lack of coherence and gaps in key data• Insufficient quality in some key data• Insufficient technical availability of some key data• Charging and licensing schemes inhibit full and efficient reuse of some key data• Limited cross-government governance of key data• Coherent, complete and readily available key data is a requirement for an efficient and fully digitised public sector
  • 4. Increase in use of data – increasing demands Use of National Survey & Cadastres Map Service Million 1.400 1159 1.200 1.000Requests 663 800 600 368 245 400 106 200 44 64 23 0 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 Year
  • 5. Current models for access to key dataModel A: Public Sector Institutions Height Model, Census (persons),and Private Sector Companies buys Company Data, Accounting DataaccessModel B: Free Access for Public Topographic Data, Cadastre,Sector Institutions - Private Sector Owner Registration, BusinessCompanies buys access Registry, Income DataModel C: Free Access for Public Administrative GeographicInstitutions and for Private Sector Subdivision, Buildings andCompanies Dwellings
  • 6. Key Data – part of the new eGov Strategy http://bit.ly/eGov2012
  • 7. Right Now - defining the ’Key Data Programme’• Cross-government ‘Key Data Programme’ established• Programme is mandated to prepare series of initiatives for June 2012: • Improve quality and coherence of all key data (i.e. remove redundant data and registries and improve workflows across public sector) • Designate key data as ‘Authoritative Data’ • Improve technical availability of key data • Improve accessibility by adjusting charging and licensing • Propose governance model for key data • All proposals must be supported by positive business case
  • 8. Outline of key data proposals (‘packages’)1. Effective property management and reuse of property data2. Common addresses, place names and administrative geographic subdivision3. Common basis for climate adaptation and water management4. Free and efficient access to geographic data5. Common key registration of persons6. Effective reuse and sharing of corporate data7. Common infrastructure for key data distribution
  • 9. Efficiency gains from the ’Key Data Programme’More efficient distribution of key dataMore efficient production of key dataMore efficient reuse of key data
  • 10. Business Cases and Financing• Business Case challenges • The Good: One entity makes investment, same entity reaps benefits • The Bad: One entity makes investment, other entities reap benefits • The Ugly: Several entities make investments, several other entities reap benefits• Financing challenges • Redistributing gains in the public sector from reduced cost (administrative, ICT, charges) • Redistributing gains in the public sector from more efficient processes
  • 11. Our question to you …How can we measure the effect of our Key Data Programme?• How to establish a baseline, i.e. the ’before’ scenario?• How to measure effect of improvements, i.e. the ’after’ scenario?