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OPEN DEVELOPMENT CAMP, NOVEMBER 2013

CORDAID
OPENING UP

CARE. ACT. SHARE. LIKE CORDAID.
FIRST: THE BIG PICTURE
OBJECTIVES TRANSPARENCY STRATEGY

1. BUILD ON OUR REPUTATION OF TRUST

2. CREATE OPPORTUNITY FOR CO...
2 TRACK APPROACH
PRINCIPLE: WE ARE CONTENT PROVIDER NOT AN ICT DEVELOPER

1. Visualising our project data in an accessible...
WHY
IATI IS A TOOL NOT A GOAL

•

It’s a widely accepted standard -> leverage , big donors are already there

•

It’s a pl...
WHY
TRANSFORMING PROJECT INFORMATION TO COMMUNICATION

•

It’s open source

•

It’s a platform -> audience, part of a bigg...
EFFICIENT CONTENT FLOW
AN AUTOMATED INTEGRATED SYSTEM – “SINGLE SOURCE, SINGLE ENTRY – MULTI USE”

api

IATI
standard

Pro...
SINGLE SOURCE, SINGLE ENTRY
BUILD ON THE PRIMAIRY PROCESS

1. Program officers enter project data like always
•
•
•

Just ...
DATA -> RELEVANT INFORMATION
ENRICHING THE DATA

+ Storytelling (context) and visuals
+ Partner information and logo’s

1....
ORGANIZATION IMPACT
IMPLEMENTING OPEN DATA HAS EFFECT ON ALL PROCESSES …

ICT
- (re)desiging PMS
- Dashboard development

...
ORGANIZATION REALITY
A CULTURE CHANGE ….

Approach:
Yes…. But…..

1. Have a small taskforce with management support
2. One...
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Cordaid share their vision on implementing open data as a tool to build on trust as a strategic focus. In this presentation they will give an insight in the steps they took to open up their project data as a continuous process and implement the IATI standard. But also how they handled the organizational impact.

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  1. 1. OPEN DEVELOPMENT CAMP, NOVEMBER 2013 CORDAID OPENING UP CARE. ACT. SHARE. LIKE CORDAID.
  2. 2. FIRST: THE BIG PICTURE OBJECTIVES TRANSPARENCY STRATEGY 1. BUILD ON OUR REPUTATION OF TRUST 2. CREATE OPPORTUNITY FOR CO-CREATION & SHARING 3. PUBLICATION POLICY: OPEN UNLESS…
  3. 3. 2 TRACK APPROACH PRINCIPLE: WE ARE CONTENT PROVIDER NOT AN ICT DEVELOPER 1. Visualising our project data in an accessible format on our website 2. Publish the data in a machine-readable, worldwide accepted standard CORDAID & OPEN DATA NOVEMBER 8, 2013 OPEN DEVELOPMENT CAMP
  4. 4. WHY IATI IS A TOOL NOT A GOAL • It’s a widely accepted standard -> leverage , big donors are already there • It’s a platform for publication -> audience and part of a bigger movement • It’s build on shared knowledge and codes -> it more or less suits current systems • It’s continuously developing -> open for improvement AND….. Side effect: implementing the standard appeared also a tool for cleaning up our system CORDAID & OPEN DATA NOVEMBER 8, 2013 OPEN DEVELOPMENT CAMP
  5. 5. WHY TRANSFORMING PROJECT INFORMATION TO COMMUNICATION • It’s open source • It’s a platform -> audience, part of a bigger movement • It’s build on the principle of making project information accessible for everyone to read and enjoy • It has extra’s: • the project update stream • activation tools • Speed on innovation because of motivation and independance BUT….. • It was not integrated with our PMS system CORDAID & OPEN DATA NOVEMBER 8, 2013 OPEN DEVELOPMENT CAMP
  6. 6. EFFICIENT CONTENT FLOW AN AUTOMATED INTEGRATED SYSTEM – “SINGLE SOURCE, SINGLE ENTRY – MULTI USE” api IATI standard Project ONLINE updates CORDAID WEBSITE PMS system Data file CORDAID & OPEN DATA NOVEMBER 8, 2013 OPEN DEVELOPMENT CAMP SHARE
  7. 7. SINGLE SOURCE, SINGLE ENTRY BUILD ON THE PRIMAIRY PROCESS 1. Program officers enter project data like always • • • Just change the requirements and add restrictions to standardise Creates ownership on content and accountability towards partners No interpretation by communication department 2. Stick to the standard project management process • • • No extra workload Just more disciplined, structured and demand for conscious of publication Advantage: it’s being used! 3. Adjust the PMS system to the IATI standard • • • Use the standard as a guideline -> less discussion Make it realy user friendly Make choices on reported information -> clean up! CORDAID & OPEN DATA NOVEMBER 8, 2013 OPEN DEVELOPMENT CAMP
  8. 8. DATA -> RELEVANT INFORMATION ENRICHING THE DATA + Storytelling (context) and visuals + Partner information and logo’s 1. Visualize it 2. Dashboard + Goals and indicators + Timely and continuous -> quarterly uploads + Frequent local project updates CORDAID & OPEN DATA NOVEMBER 8, 2013 OPEN DEVELOPMENT CAMP
  9. 9. ORGANIZATION IMPACT IMPLEMENTING OPEN DATA HAS EFFECT ON ALL PROCESSES … ICT - (re)desiging PMS - Dashboard development Services Helpdesk Functional management Legal Partner contract checks Licensing Audit & Control Data checks & process CORDAID & OPEN DATA NOVEMBER 8, 2013 OPEN DEVELOPMENT CAMP Program officers Data entry Storytelling content Visuals Implementing (local) partners Updates in sync with narrative reporting M&E Guidelines, monitoring goals & indicators Sync oher reporting requirements Communication Check content Activate content Reputation management Developers (extern) Open4Change Akvo Columby etc
  10. 10. ORGANIZATION REALITY A CULTURE CHANGE …. Approach: Yes…. But….. 1. Have a small taskforce with management support 2. One step at a time… Discipline… Safety… Politics… Data quality… Reputation… Contracts… Privacy… Skills… Too explicit… Relevance… Completeness… Consciousness… … 3. Internet is not paper 4. Focus on the opportunities, not the challenges 5. Proof of the pudding is in the eating… 6. Don’t expect it to be perfect, it’s a process 7. Digital innovation is a continuous process 8. Make it simple to use and look great! CORDAID & OPEN DATA NOVEMBER 8, 2013 OPEN DEVELOPMENT CAMP
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