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National Informatics centre, DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONICS & ITGOVERNMENT OF INDIAOpen GOVERNMENT Platform(OGPL)
Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and InnovationsGOVERNMENT DATA in OPEN Format Huge Pot...
Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and InnovationsWhy Open Government Data ? Evidence-bas...
Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and InnovationsOGPL: HistoryDuring the visit of the US ...
Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and InnovationsOpen GOVERNMENT Platform (OGPL) Support...
Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and InnovationsOpen Government Platform (OGPL)Data Mana...
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Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and InnovationsOGPL facilitates Citizen Engagement Rat...
Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and InnovationsWho can use OGPL Federal Governments G...
Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and InnovationsPossible APPs Farmer Locate nearest ag...
Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and InnovationsData.Gov.in: India’s OpenGovernment Port...
Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and InnovationsTypes of Government Data Historical Da...
Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and InnovationsHigh Value Datasets Can increase accoun...
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OGPL is a joint product from India and United States to promote transparency and greater citizen engagement by making more government data, documents, tools and processes publicly available.

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  1. 1. National Informatics centre, DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONICS & ITGOVERNMENT OF INDIAOpen GOVERNMENT Platform(OGPL)
  2. 2. Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and InnovationsGOVERNMENT DATA in OPEN Format Huge Potential for Innovation Lot of Innovative Applications can be built aroundgovernment data or mash up of multiple datasets Transparency Accountability Citizen Engagement
  3. 3. Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and InnovationsWhy Open Government Data ? Evidence-based Planning of socio-economic developmentprocesses rely on quality data Governments Collect, Compile & Possess huge data Often Little Used Analysed from one perspective Possesses huge untapped potential Collected using tax payers money●Open data is machine readable data●that can be used, reused and redistributed●by anyone
  4. 4. Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and InnovationsOGPL: HistoryDuring the visit of the US President to India in November 2010, the Prime Minister of Indiaand the US President agreed to work together to exercise global leadership in support ofopen governmentThe leaders launched a US-India Open Government Dialogue to promote access toinformation, energize civic engagement, support global initiatives in this area and shareexpertise with each other.Under this initiative, an Open GovernmentPlatform (OGPL) was launched to be developedas a joint product by India (lead by the Officeof Adviser to the PM) and the United States topromote transparency and greater citizenengagement by making more governmentdata, documents, tools and processes publiclyavailable. The aim was to use the bestpractices of India.gov.in & data.gov in the US.The OGPL is now ready for use and is alsobeing offered to interested third countries.
  5. 5. Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and InnovationsOpen GOVERNMENT Platform (OGPL) Support Open Data Initiative of Any Institution Publish any kind of Dataset in Open format Provide one point access to all published catalogs ofdatasets, apps Build Communities of Specific Interest Provide Dashboard to support Monitor & ManageOpen Data Programme
  6. 6. Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and InnovationsOpen Government Platform (OGPL)Data Management Data Portal• Data Catalogs• Workflow• Standard Metadata• Validation• Analytics• Single Point Access• Search & Discovery• Open Formats• Citizen EngagementRateSocial Media ConnectApplicationsDownloadsVisualisationsCommunitiesDatasetsToolsDocumentsGovernment CitizensAPIsWeb ServicesEnergyHealthEducationAgricultureFeedback, Discussions, Ideas
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  8. 8. Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and InnovationsOGPL facilitates Citizen Engagement Rate Data Sets Comment on quality of Datasets Embed in Website, Blogs, Social Media Pages Strong Visitor Relationship management module Communites of Specific Interest Generates Metrics of Various Kind Graphical Presentation of Visitor/ Usage Analytics
  9. 9. Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and InnovationsWho can use OGPL Federal Governments Government Agencies/Sub-Agencies Regional/State Governments City/District Level Institution Municipal Councils NGOs Private Organisations, Companies
  10. 10. Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and InnovationsPossible APPs Farmer Locate nearest agriculture mandi to get the best price for crop Student With ‘X” Rank in AIEEE / AIPMT analyse the engineering/ medicalcollege where he/she is likely to get admission (using trends ofprevious year) Villager Locate closest hospital from his/her village for heart treatment Girl Child Knowledge about Government Scheme to finance her education
  11. 11. Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and InnovationsData.Gov.in: India’s OpenGovernment Portal India’s open government portal is ready and can be accessed athttp://data.gov.in It has been developed by the National Informatics Centre Currently there are around 2000 datasets from variousGovernment Ministries and Departments on the portal The portal will be further enriched by the launch of the NationalData Sharing and Accessibility Policy (NDSAP) of the Governmentof India which was gazette notified on 17th March 2012 NDSAP mandates all Ministries/Departments to release maximumpossible datasets (non-sensitive) in the public domain
  12. 12. Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and InnovationsTypes of Government Data Historical Data collected, complied over the years Statistical Surveys, Census, Data Banks,…… Governance Registrations, Crime, Road Safety, Telecom, Budget, Trade, E- Gov Systems Electronic Delivery of Services MMPs (MCA21, Passport,…) Live/ Real time data Traffic, Pollution, Weather, Space Geospatial Data
  13. 13. Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and InnovationsHigh Value Datasets Can increase accountability Can increase Government’s responsiveness Improve public knowledge of Government functioning Can be used to create value added services Create economic opportunity Respond to the needs & demands of citizens
  14. 14. Data Portal India: FeaturesBuilt on Open Source Technology
  15. 15. Data Portal India: FeaturesBuilt on Open Source TechnologyBuilt using Open Source Software
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