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Open data: “I'll show
you mine if you show
     me yours”
         Matthew Landauer
 Founder / Developer OpenAustralia
   ...
The reason why open
government data isnʼt
     just nice...
...itʼs necessary...
...for the benefit of
    government
Front-of-house person
“Whole of government”
      services
See things from the
perspective of the user rather
  than the provider of the
           service
Don't make the user have to
 understand the intricacies of
the functioning of government
Bold statement
It won't work!
Finding out how to get from
          A to B
Starting a not-for-profit /
         charity
What do they have in
     common?
How would you make a
"whole of government"
service with 3 levels of
     government?
state


federal           local
Over-arching structure
    federal   state   local
1 point of contact
  federal           local




            state
What now?
Make all levels the
central point of contact
   for all the others
federal   state   local
I can go to any level of
government and get help
rather than be redirected
data
          data           data




federal          state          local
Opening up your
processes and data is
       scary
tickets.openaustralia.o
           rg
Local gov says to State gov
"If I open this, can you open
             that?"
What about all that
duplicated effort?
Open-source software
The benefits of open
  data and open
     processes
Government agencies
Further benefits
Innovation
Reduce costs
Allowing you to focus on all
     the stuff that private
 enterprise and non-profits
canʼt or wonʼt or shouldnʼt do
A better and happier
        world
Questions?


    @matthewlandauer
matthew@openaustralia.org
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  1. 1. Open data: “I'll show you mine if you show me yours” Matthew Landauer Founder / Developer OpenAustralia @matthewlandauer matthew@openaustralia.org www.openaustralia.org
  2. 2. The reason why open government data isnʼt just nice...
  3. 3. ...itʼs necessary...
  4. 4. ...for the benefit of government
  5. 5. Front-of-house person
  6. 6. “Whole of government” services
  7. 7. See things from the perspective of the user rather than the provider of the service
  8. 8. Don't make the user have to understand the intricacies of the functioning of government
  9. 9. Bold statement
  10. 10. It won't work!
  11. 11. Finding out how to get from A to B
  12. 12. Starting a not-for-profit / charity
  13. 13. What do they have in common?
  14. 14. How would you make a "whole of government" service with 3 levels of government?
  15. 15. state federal local
  16. 16. Over-arching structure federal state local
  17. 17. 1 point of contact federal local state
  18. 18. What now?
  19. 19. Make all levels the central point of contact for all the others
  20. 20. federal state local
  21. 21. I can go to any level of government and get help rather than be redirected
  22. 22. data data data federal state local
  23. 23. Opening up your processes and data is scary
  24. 24. tickets.openaustralia.o rg
  25. 25. Local gov says to State gov "If I open this, can you open that?"
  26. 26. What about all that duplicated effort?
  27. 27. Open-source software
  28. 28. The benefits of open data and open processes
  29. 29. Government agencies
  30. 30. Further benefits
  31. 31. Innovation
  32. 32. Reduce costs
  33. 33. Allowing you to focus on all the stuff that private enterprise and non-profits canʼt or wonʼt or shouldnʼt do
  34. 34. A better and happier world
  35. 35. Questions? @matthewlandauer matthew@openaustralia.org
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