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  • 1 2014 PSJP KKMM NATIONAL BIG DATA ANAYTICS INITIATIVE PRESENTED BY: DR KARL NG DIRECTOR, INNOVATION CAPITAL DIVISION MDeC
  • 2 2014 PSJP KKMM AGENDA 1. Recap on 25th ICM decision on Big Data Analytics (BDA) 2. Data is the “new oil” of the 21st century 3. Strategic Intent of National BDA Initiative 4. BDA priorities 4.1 Creation of an enabling national BDA framework 4.2 Seed use of BDA in public sector via 4 pilot projects 5. Summary
  • 3 2014 PSJP KKMM RECAP ON 25TH ICM DECISION
  • 4 2014 PSJP KKMM Decisions Made at 25th ICM 2013 MSC Malaysia Implementation Council Meeting 2013 (ICM) chaired by YAB PM has approved the following:  KKMM, with MAMPU’s support, to develop Malaysia’s Big Data framework  MAMPU and MDeC to jointly implement 4 government-initiated BDA pilot projects  To kick-start BDA for Private Sector led by MDeC
  • 5 2014 PSJP KKMM ICT CONTRIBUTION TO GDP #28 TOP 20 2010/11 2020 WEF GLOBAL IT REPORT * Among 144 Economies #16 TOP 10 2011 2020 IMD WORLD COMPETITIVENESS SCOREBOARD Among 59 Economies 2010 2020 10.5% 17% Source : ICTSA 2012, GITR 2010-11, IMD 2011 Note: EIU Digital Economy Ranking has been replaced with WEF Global IT Report as the EIU Digital Economy Ranking report was only produced as a once-off publication Digital Malaysia’s 2020 Aspirational Goals
  • 6 2014 PSJP KKMM The Malaysian ICT services sub-sector has huge potential growth, with a projected share of about 50% in the nation’s Digital Economy in 2020… SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT OTHER IT SERVICES ICT SERVICES IN 2020 Abt 50% BIG DATA ANALYTICS CLOUD SOCIAL MEDIA MOBILITY TELCOSSO
  • 7 2014 PSJP KKMM DATA IS THE “NEW OIL” OF THE 21ST CENTURY
  • 8 2014 PSJP KKMM Data is Exploding, Giving Rise to Opportunities!... Data collected in Improved Decision-Making 694,445 SEARCH QUERIES 168MILLION EMAILS SENT iPHONE APPLICATIONS DOWNLOADED 13,000+ 320+ NEW TWITTER ACCOUNTS Analysis Forecasting Prediction Seconds BIG DATA ANALYTICS Better Targeting Behavioral Prediction % of the Digital Universe that is actually being tagged and analysed 0.5%
  • 9 2014 PSJP KKMM Big Data: Defined
  • 10 2014 PSJP KKMM Clear Benefits Derived From BDA US RETAIL GLOBAL PERSONAL LOCATION DATA US$100 B Increase service provider revenue MARKETING MANUFACTURING –50% Decrease development, assembly costs by 71% Percentage of marketers who plan to implement BDA next 2 years 60% Increase net margin by EUROPE PUBLIC SECTOR ADMIN €250 B Increase industry value per year US HEALTH CARE US$300 B Increase industry value per year BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE 73% Percentage of companies used BDA to increase revenue Increase existing revenue stream 57% Create new sources of revenue 43%
  • 11 2014 PSJP KKMM Key Components of BDA Ecosystem Government EconomicSocial Data Owners System Users/Providers Private Companies System integrators, Solution Providers, Business Intelligence, etc MAMPU,DOSM, MACRES, Bernama, MET, DOE, MOH Universities, Research Institutions Talent Info/Infra Funding Regulatory Technology Mining Analytics Synthesis Predictive Traditional Media Social Media Transactional Data National Statistics Data In Silos Shared Data Open Data Private Sector Public Sector Data Sources Enablers Data Mix Value-added elements Applications
  • 12 2014 PSJP KKMM STRATEGIC INTENT OF NATIONAL BDA INITIATIVE
  • 13 2014 PSJP KKMM Strategic Intent of National BDA Initiative 1. Proliferate the usage of BDA in all sectors 2. Catalyse adoption and usage of BDA in the public sector 3. Build the BDA industry in Malaysia Short Term (1-2 years) • Kick start BDA priorities • Framework • Pilot government projects • Private sector projects Medium Term (3-4 years) • Grow use of BDA – become a consumer of BDA • Build strong talent and skillsets in BDA • Building a sustainable National BDA initiative Long Term (5-7 years) • Leadership in BDA, become both a producer & consumer of BDA • Public – Private BDA initiatives • Widespread use of BDA
  • 14 2014 PSJP KKMM BDA Priorities (Short Term) Creation of an enabling national BDA framework Seed use of BDA via 4 pilot projects Grow use of BDA in other ministries Seed use of BDA via an initial seeding fund for 20 BDA applications Grow use of BDA in other sectors 3 2 1 Private Sector Public Sector
  • 15 2014 PSJP KKMM BDA Priorities (Short Term) Creation of an enabling national BDA framework Seed use of BDA via 4 pilot projects Grow use of BDA in other ministries Seed use of BDA via an initial seeding fund for 20 BDA applications Grow use of BDA in other sectors 3 2 1 Private Sector Public Sector
  • 16 2014 PSJP KKMM STRATEGIC INTENT Government aspiration for Malaysia in the use of BDA and how the BDA framework can assist in providing a structured way of realising the vision EXAMPLE Malaysia will be a regional leader in the use of big data analytics to enhance services, deliver new services and provide better policy advice, while incorporating best practice privacy protections and leveraging existing transformation programs. MEASUREMENT OF SUCCESS Measuring the success of the National Big Data initiative in the public and private sector (incl. yearly target) EXAMPLE Measures related to drive efficiency, collaboration and innovation in the public sector; (industry growth etc.) MATURITY MODEL Development of maturity model to benchmark and measure the AS IS and TO BE stages. EXAMPLE What is required for a BDA framework? Creation of an enabling national BDA framework1
  • 17 2014 PSJP KKMM GOVERNANCE STRUCTURE & PARTIES RESPONSIBLE Create a Governance structure that comprise ministries & agencies, driven by the Minister. Identify key players with clear roles and responsibilities EXAMPLE 1. KKMM, MCMC, MAMPU, MDeC, MoE, MOHR, MDeC, TalentCorp, etc. IMPLEMENTATION ROADMAP Implementation roadmap for BDA framework. EXAMPLE 1. Milestones & deliverables 2. Timeline 3. Action Items 4. # of phases GAPS & PRIORITIES Prioritise phases based on current gaps and priorities. Gaps and priorities to be identified during BDA framework development EXAMPLE 1. List of gaps 2. Priority List What is required for a BDA framework?
  • 18 2014 PSJP KKMM BDA Priorities (Short Term) Creation of an enabling national BDA framework Seed use of BDA via 4 pilot projects Grow use of BDA in other ministries Seed use of BDA via an initial seeding fund for 20 BDA applications Grow use of BDA in other sectors 3 2 1 Private Sector Public Sector
  • 19 2014 PSJP KKMM STRATEGIC INTENT 1. Prioritise which pilot projects to start based on level of readiness, urgency, support and data availability. 2. Develop the objectives, target and end goals. EXAMPLE Propose ministries to start with Crime Prevention and Infectious Diseases OUTCOME Measure the success and effectiveness of the pilot projects EXAMPLE 1. Crime Prevention: Optimisation of resources 2. Infectious Diseases: Prediction of potential infectious disease outbreak What is required in the creation of Pilot projects?
  • 20 2014 PSJP KKMM PARTIES RESPONSIBLE Describe key players. Identify who they are and their roles and responsibilities related to pilot projects EXAMPLE Project owners: KPDNKK, KKMM, KDN, KKM IMPLEMENTATION ROADMAP 1. Implementation roadmap for Pilot projects and post pilot. 2. To address potential new BDA projects for immediate and near future implementation. 3. To identify and funnel potential BDA projects for collaboration with private sector EXAMPLE 1. Milestones & deliverables 2. Timeline 3. Action Items 4. Best practices GAPS & PRIORITIES 1. Stock take of current data available. 2. Identification of risks, gaps, priorities and guidelines. EXAMPLE 1. List of gaps 2. List of data owners 3. Priority List What is required in the creation of Pilot projects?
  • 21 2014 PSJP KKMM Government-Initiated BDA Pilot Applications PRICE WATCH SENTIMENT ANALYSIS WHY? To reduce profiteering due to policy changes OUTCOME: Predict optimal pricing and maintain a price position by analysing price and demand elasticity WHY? To quickly gauge the public perception and feedback on a certain topic OUTCOME: Government makes well-informed decisions to address well being of rakyat WHY? Crime root cause and trend analysis, optimise law enforcement resources OUTCOME: Reduced crime rate WHY? To predict outbreak probability and locations OUTCOME: Reduce infection incidences and fatalities LEAD AGENCY: KDN (Home Ministry) LEAD AGENCY: KKM (MOH)LEAD AGENCY: KKMM (MCM) LEAD AGENCY: KPDNKK (Ministry of Domestic Trade & Consumer Affairs) Seed use of BDA in public sector via 4 pilot projects2
  • 22 2014 PSJP KKMM Open data  Open data is data that can be freely used, reused and redistributed by anyone.” OpenDefinition.org  Benefits UK: Reduced Mortality for Heart Surgery UK heart surgeon Sir Bruce Keogh persuaded his-colleagues to publish comparable data on their individual clinical outcomes – a global first. 7 years later, dramatic improvement in survival rates are reported in all, there are 1,000 fewer deaths in English heart surgery units each year than there were. Canada Tax Status Misuse Open Data exposed CAN$3.2bn misuse of charitable status in tax code in Canada http://eaves.ca/2010/04/14/case-study-open- data-and-the-public-purse/ Bus Stops in the UK UK released data on location of 300,000 bus-stops; Community (Open Street Map) corrected 18,000 of them, improving official data accuracy Finnish geo data study SME’s grow 15% more w/free geo data as opposed to paid data. Effect visible after 1yr, stronger after 2yrs. http://epsiplatform.eu/content/finish-study-psi-pricing-geo- data EU Commission Research • Open Government Data in EU would increase business activity of €40bn. • Indirect benefits (people who use those services) up to €140bn per year (0.7% of GDP) * source details: Vickery Study • Deloitte Study: 10x – 100x increase in usage from opening up data (7 case studies) – not about the price as much as reduction in transaction cost Data In Silos Shared Data Open Data Data Mix Source: http://okfn.org
  • 23 2014 PSJP KKMM Data.gov – 47 countries globally Philippines Open source version of Data.gov, called the Open Government Platform (OGPL), can be downloaded and evaluated by any national Government or state or local entity as a path toward making their data open and transparent. (Source: Data.gov) Source: http://okfn.org/opendata/
  • 24 2014 PSJP KKMM SUMMARY
  • 25 2014 PSJP KKMM Key Takeaways  BDA innovation will come from the private sector  The government plays a crucial role in enabling BDA innovation:  Open & Shared Data Policy  Education (Science, Technology & Math)  Infrastructure (High-speed bandwidth at lower prices)  Funding (Innovative BDA projects, BDA startups)  Regulatory (Remove barriers to BDA innovation)
  • 26 2014 PSJP KKMM THANK YOU Q & A