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Government Data Exchange and Open Government Data Platform

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Governments worldwide have heaps and heaps of data that is
accumulated every minute across different domains - transport,
traffic, public safety, weather, utilities, urban development et al.
This data is growing at a rapid rate as
Governments launch new services and attempt to drive more
inclusiveness for the existing services.
At the same time, Government agencies have been guilty of
working in silos and having very limited cross-agency visibility
and coordination. This observation magnifies itself in the
Emerging markets. In most cases, it is the citizen who bears
the brunt due to an absolute lack of citizen-centricity.
This presentation was delivered at Open Group Conference as an attempt to provide guidance on how governments can adopt a transformation journey that drives value generation from the data that has always been there.

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Government Data Exchange and Open Government Data Platform

  1. 1. Government Data Exchange and Open Data Platform Tapping into the latest natural resource Anveshi Gutta Smarter Cities Lead Consultant/Business Architect IBM http://bit.ly/1VKfHFq http://bit.ly/1GBm33a g_anveshi@yahoo.com+971566766093 The Open Group Conference – Hyderabad, India Feb 18-19, 2016
  2. 2. Agenda Conclusion Open Government Data around the world Practical Implementation of Open Government Data initiatives Stages of Open Government Data Transformation Overview
  3. 3. Conclusion Open Government Data around the world Practical Implementation of Open Government Data initiatives Stages of Open Government Data Transformation Overview Agenda
  4. 4. Can a Government be an Let us Ask Overview
  5. 5. What it takes? Ensure both citizens and government workforce have Omni-channel access to "contextual" data and services Tap into the power of government data to spur innovation and improved quality of citizen services. Overview
  6. 6. How? Overview
  7. 7. Conclusion Real-world Open Government Data Practical Implementation of Open Government Data initiatives Stages of Open Government Data Transformati on Overview Agenda
  8. 8. GOVT AGENCY A GOVT AGENCY B GOVT AGENCY C GOVERNMENT PRIVATE ENTITIES GOVERNMENT GENERAL PUBLIC How does Government Interact? Government to Government (G2G) Government to Business (G2B) Government to Citzen (G2C) Stages of Open Government Data Transformation
  9. 9. GOVT AGENCY B GOVT AGENCY C GOVT AGENCY D GOVT AGENCY E GOVT AGENCY A Data silos Tapping into Government Data – Stage 1 Stages of Open Government Data Transformation
  10. 10. Tapping into Government Data – Stage 2 GOVT DATA REPOSITORY GOVT AGENCY B GOVT AGENCY C GOVT AGENCY D GOVT AGENCY E GOVT AGENCY AG2G – Data Exchange Platform Data Silos DATA EXCHANGE BETWEEN GOVT AGENCIES PROGRESSIVE TRANSITION Tapping into Government Data – Stage 2 Stages of Open Government Data Transformation
  11. 11. PRIVATE ENTITIES GENERAL PUBLIC GOVT DATA REPOSITORY GOVT AGENCY B GOVT AGENCY C GOVT AGENCY D GOVT AGENCY E GOVT AGENCY A OPEN DATA G2B/G2C – Open Data Platform Data Silos G2G – Data Exchange Platform DATA EXCHANGE BETWEEN GOVT AGENCIES ACCESS TO NON-SENSITIVE DATA PROGRESSIVE TRANSITION Tapping into Government Data – Stage 3 Stages of Open Government Data Transformation
  12. 12. SOCIAL NETWORKS GOVT DATA REPOSITORY GOVT AGENCY B GOVT AGENCY C GOVT AGENCY D GOVT AGENCY E GOVT AGENCY A OPEN DATA Analytics-driven Decision Making Platform OTHER SOURCES PRIVATE ENTITIES DATA EXCHANGE BETWEEN GOVT AGENCIES ACCESS TO NON-SENSITIVE DATA Data Silos G2B/G2C – Open Data Platform G2G – Data Exchange Platform PROGRESSIVE TRANSITION Tapping into Government Data – Stage 4 Stages of Open Government Data Transformation
  13. 13. Comparison of Transformation Stages Value Proposition Stage 1 (Data Silos) Stage 2 (Data Exchange Platform) Stage 3 (Open Data Platform) Stage 4 (Analytics-driven decision centre) Sharing data centrally between agencies Establishing Single window for the citizen Tapping into API Economy Identification of Shared Services Innovation within Government Generating Insights for Informed Decisions Driving Govt Policy course corrections Stages of Open Government Data Transformation
  14. 14. Business Scenario Government Data Corporate Data Citizen Data Data in Context Data at Rest Data at Motion Data at Rest Data at Motion Data at Rest Data at Motion Informed Decisions are made to influence key policy moves by government entities Other Sources (Media, Weather..) Data at Rest Data at Motion Stages of Open Government Data Transformation
  15. 15. Conclusion Open Government Data around the world Practical Implementation of Open Government Data initiatives Stages of Open Government Data Transformation Overview Agenda
  16. 16. Supply-Demand Equation Practical Implementation of Open Government Data initiatives •Identify datasets and open them for consumption OPEN DATA AVAILABLE •Drive uptake of open data by private entities, public OPEN DATA CONSUMED •Push for innovation and new business models based on open data OPEN DATA TAPPED INTO SUPPLY SIDE DEMAND SIDE
  17. 17. Open Data Attributes •Is the data correctly representing the real-world entity or event?Accuracy •Is the data not containing contradictions?Consistency •Can the data be accessed now and over time?Availability •Does the data include all data items representing the entity or event?Completeness •Is the data following accepted standards?Conformance •Is the data based on trustworthy sources?Credibility •Is the data machine-readable?Processability •Does the data include an appropriate amount of data?Relevance •Is the data representing the actual situation and is it published soon enough?Timeliness •Why was the data collected in the first place?Context Practical Implementation of Open Government Data initiatives
  18. 18. Data Quality : 5-star data Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the Web and Linked Data initiator, suggested a 5-star deployment scheme for Open Data. SOURCE : http://5stardata.info/en/ Practical Implementation of Open Government Data initiatives
  19. 19. Progressive opening up of Government Data Identify, link and access disparate Open Government Data Leverage Economies of scale to provide LOGD with little additional costs and generate innovative value that was not seen before Progress to 5-star rated open data ecosystem Use LOGD as a revenue generation stream Generate value from shared data through Linked Open Govt Data (LOGD) Identify datasets that can be shared beyond the government boundaries Encourage API-driven innovations by Private entities and/or general public. Engage a broad community, including technical and non- technical people, in planning and executing open data policies. Share Government data with Public (Open data) Identify cross-agency datasets required to perform operations efficiently Provision a data exchange platform to enable update and sharing of data through automation Encourage and facilitate consumers' reporting of usage of data Share Data between Government Agencies Practical Implementation of Open Government Data initiatives
  20. 20. Driving Consumption of Open Data Data Consumers have 4 basic expectations….. • Commitment to provide fresh data at all times • Commitment to bind the data service with a Service Level Agreement (SLA) • Commitment to maintain data quality at all times • Commitment to ensure data anonymity Instills trust in the relationship Practical Implementation of Open Government Data initiatives
  21. 21. Tapping into Open Data Practical Implementation of Open Government Data initiatives Correlate various datasets – government data, private data, and proprietary data – and render use cases that wouldn’t be possible otherwise Possibility to distribute data without restrictions Establish a mechanism by which the consumers can submit their feedback/concerns about existing datasets or place requests for more relevant datasets The 3 Essentials..
  22. 22. Conclusion Open Government Data around the world Practical Implementation of Open Government Data initiatives Stages of Open Government Data Transformation Overview Agenda
  23. 23. Global open Data Index SOURCE : https://index.okfn.org/ Open Government Data around the world
  24. 24. Global open Data Index (#1 – Taiwan) Open Government Data around the world
  25. 25. Global open Data Index (#2 – UK) Open Government Data around the world
  26. 26. Global open Data Index (#17 – India) Open Government Data around the world
  27. 27. Conclusion Open Government Data around the world Practical Implementation of Open Government Data initiatives Stages of Open Government Data Transformation Overview Agenda
  28. 28. Closing Statement Conclusion Open data initiatives flounder without a strong user community A fragmented data-sphere is an opposing force to innovation Inertia of Status Quo needs to be overcome Agencies must also view the citizens they serve as valued customers who expect engaging and user-friendly experiences and transactions online Governments worldwide are in the midst of a digital revolution, and are beginning to address the challenges and opportunities of delivering the services that today’s public expects
  29. 29. Questions?

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