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Information and Communication Technology
PSI -> Belgian
implementation path
Datadays
17/2/2014
Tanguy De Lestré
Tanguy.del...
Panel
2
• Panel on the implementation path in Belgium
– Dominique De Vos Director General ad., Chancelery
Prime minister
–...
Topic
3
• The directive on the re-use of public sector information, so
called PSI directive, was changed in June 2013.
• (...
4
PSI Public Service information
Existing PSI directive
5
• First steps in re-use:
– Re-use
– Appeal procedure
– Portal
• However: no obligation to make da...
6
PSI update – European view
Aim: Creation of "data value chain
friendly" policy environment
• Fostering of (Open) Data policy
• Adoption of the revise...
Why?
• Untapped data is the new gold; possible direct and indirect
gains of €140bln across the EU27; Dutch geo-sector in
2...
Strategy
• Communication on Open Data (COM(2011)882)
• A revision of the Decision governing the re-use of
Commission's own...
10
Content PSI Directive
(source :Open Data Support
http://www.opendatasupport.eu )
Official
• Endorsement and publication of Directive 2013/37/EU of the
European Parliament and of the Council of 26 June 20...
Obligations for public authorities
• Make information re-usable for commercial or non-
commercial purposes under non-discr...
Public sector may not:
• Unnecessarily restrict reuse.
• Grant exclusive rights, unless necessary, subject to
review every...
Extension to culture
• While libraries, museums and archives are included
in the revised Directive, they will be subject t...
How does the revised PSI Directive encourage
openness?
• Sets minimum rules across the EU for availability of information
...
16
Panel
Panel
17
• Panel on the implementation path in Belgium
– Dominique De Vos Director General ad., Chancelery
Prime minister
...
Panel questions
18
• How is it being applied NOW and how could it be made different with the
NEW PSI Directive?
• What are...
Contact
19
• Tanguy De Lestré
• Business Development Manager
• AGORIA
• Diamant Building
• Bd A. Reyers Ln 80
• B-1030 Bru...
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Intro slides from Datadays.eu workshop on PSI.
The directive on the re-use of public sector information, so called PSI directive, was changed in June 2013.
(DIRECTIVE 2013/37/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council of 26 June 2013).

By 18 July 2015, Member States, and also Belgium need to adopt and publish the laws, regulations and administrative provisions necessary to comply with this Directive.

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    1. 1. Information and Communication Technology PSI -> Belgian implementation path Datadays 17/2/2014 Tanguy De Lestré Tanguy.delestre@agoria.be
    2. 2. Panel 2 • Panel on the implementation path in Belgium – Dominique De Vos Director General ad., Chancelery Prime minister – Noël Van Herreweghe, Programme manager Open Data, Coordination cell Flemish e-government – Mathias De Schrijver; Analyst ICT strategy Flemish Government – André Blavier Expert comunication and web, Agence Wallonne des Télécommunications • Moderator: Tanguy De Lestré (Agoria)
    3. 3. Topic 3 • The directive on the re-use of public sector information, so called PSI directive, was changed in June 2013. • (DIRECTIVE 2013/37/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council of 26 June 2013). • By 18 July 2015, Member States need to adopt and publish the laws, regulations and administrative provisions necessary to comply with this Directive. • In this session you will learn what is at stake at the different Federal and Regional levels: procedure, new points to take into account,…
    4. 4. 4 PSI Public Service information
    5. 5. Existing PSI directive 5 • First steps in re-use: – Re-use – Appeal procedure – Portal • However: no obligation to make data available on re-use
    6. 6. 6 PSI update – European view
    7. 7. Aim: Creation of "data value chain friendly" policy environment • Fostering of (Open) Data policy • Adoption of the revised Directive on the re-use of Public Sector Information (PSI) and the Commission decision on re- use of its own information • Implementation of PSI policy across Europe by ensuring compliance and the development of soft law instruments (e.g. guidelines on licensing and charging) • Stakeholder involvement and engagement
    8. 8. Why? • Untapped data is the new gold; possible direct and indirect gains of €140bln across the EU27; Dutch geo-sector in 2008: 15.000 jobs • Better governance and citizen empowerment: open data increases transparency, citizen participation and administrative efficiency and accountability • Addressing societal challenges: data can enhance sustainability of health care systems; essential for tackling environmental challenges • Accelerating scientific progress: e-science essential for meeting the challenges of the 21st century in scientific discovery and learning.
    9. 9. Strategy • Communication on Open Data (COM(2011)882) • A revision of the Decision governing the re-use of Commission's own information (2011/833/EU) • Revision of the Directive on the re-use of public sector information (2013/37/EU) • Open data-portals
    10. 10. 10 Content PSI Directive (source :Open Data Support http://www.opendatasupport.eu )
    11. 11. Official • Endorsement and publication of Directive 2013/37/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council of 26 June 2013 amending Directive 2003/98/EC on the reuse of Public Sector Information. • Member States are obliged to implement the new Directive in two years – there will be a gradual adoption of the new obligations.
    12. 12. Obligations for public authorities • Make information re-usable for commercial or non- commercial purposes under non-discriminatory conditions. • Process requests and provide access within 20 days (or 40 if request is complex); justify negative decision and inform about how to appeal. • Charge no more than cost of reproduction, provision and dissemination; publicise charges and indicate calculation basis on request. • Publish licences in digital format. • Facilitate search for information preferably online (e.g. portal).
    13. 13. Public sector may not: • Unnecessarily restrict reuse. • Grant exclusive rights, unless necessary, subject to review every 3 years.
    14. 14. Extension to culture • While libraries, museums and archives are included in the revised Directive, they will be subject to a different regime for reuse and charging.
    15. 15. How does the revised PSI Directive encourage openness? • Sets minimum rules across the EU for availability of information produced by public sector and government agencies. • Specifies rights for people and organisations that want to reuse the information. • Recommends distribution by electronic means. • But: – Does not mandate information to be available free of charge (marginal cost of reproduction, provision and dissemination may be charged). – Allows some public sector organisations to charge in order to cover cost (e.g. special arrangements for cultural heritage organisations).
    16. 16. 16 Panel
    17. 17. Panel 17 • Panel on the implementation path in Belgium – Dominique De Vos Director General ad., Chancelery Prime minister – Noël Van Herreweghe, Programme manager Open Data, Coordination cell Flemish e-government – Mathias De Schrijver; Analyst ICT strategy Flemish Government – André Blavier Expert comunication and web, Agence Wallonne des Télécommunications • Moderator: Tanguy De Lestré (Agoria)
    18. 18. Panel questions 18 • How is it being applied NOW and how could it be made different with the NEW PSI Directive? • What are the steps? • Content? • Cultural sector? • June 2015 realistic?
    19. 19. Contact 19 • Tanguy De Lestré • Business Development Manager • AGORIA • Diamant Building • Bd A. Reyers Ln 80 • B-1030 Brussel / Bruxelles • T: +32 2 7067992 (coordinator 8126) • M: +32 486384618 • Tanguy.delestre@agoria.be
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