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Open data - GIG April 2015

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Update presentation about the Open Government Data Programme to the Government Information Group, 30 April 2015

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Open data - GIG April 2015

  1. 1. - NZ GIG Group, 30 April 2015 - Paul Stone, - New Zealand Open Government Information and Data Programme
  2. 2. ”Open data is data that can be freely used, reused and redistributed by anyone - subject only, at most, to the requirement to attribute and share alike.” (Open Data Handbook – Open Knowledge Foundation) NZ Government…  Non-proprietary and machine-readable format  licensed for re-use (NZGOAL)
  3. 3.  NZ Government Open Access & Licensing Framework (NZGOAL)  NZ Data & Information Management Principles  Declaration on Open and Transparent Government  Data.govt.nz Clear Cabinet decisions and intent Foundations built
  4. 4. Creative, social and economic growth Environmental sustainability Improved policy development and community engagement More efficient financial performance by government
  5. 5. Wider government adopting the Declaration
  6. 6. http://www.nzherald.co.nz/secondary- education/news/article.cfm?c_id=315&objectid=11207352 http://maori.geek.nz/post/the_differen ce_between_rich_and_poor_schools_in_ new_zealand
  7. 7. Examples of re-use – Tides data…
  8. 8. Property…
  9. 9. Property…
  10. 10. NZ Schools App
  11. 11. Mogeo - Campermate
  12. 12. Mogeo – NZ Fishing Rules
  13. 13. Mogeo – MarineMate
  14. 14. Mogeo – Product Recalls
  15. 15. Mogeo – Prototype
  16. 16. Pocket Ranger
  17. 17. ThunderMaps
  18. 18. ANZ – Truckometer
  19. 19.  Think about open data as an output from any process  Consider open data output as part of new systems or process reviews just as you would consider information security and general reporting requirements  When acquiring content from third parties, seek permission to make it available to the public if possible  Incorporate provisions for releasing data from outsourced service providers in contracts  Publishing – don’t just think glossy brochure or flashy website, think machine-readable!
  20. 20. Typical NZGOAL adoption process • Executive level Data Champion • Includes NZGOAL in organisation’s strategic and business policies • Operational level Coordinator • Connects business groups with NZGOAL requirements: • Website content and publications staff • NZGOAL statement on website • NZGOAL statements on publications and downloadable web content
  21. 21. Set NZGOAL policy for your institution •Include NZGOAL in your donor agreements •Licence copyright works and non-copyright materials for re-use •Develop a process for copyright owners of existing resources to allow re-use •Draw up a policy and procedure for addressing orphan works
  22. 22.  For copyright works, apply the default licence -the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 licence – whenever possible  Use the NZGOAL Review and Release process to identify whether a more restricted CC licence is needed  For non-copyright materials, make clear “no-known rights” statements
  23. 23. http://ict.govt.nz/guidance-and- resources/information-and-data/nzgoal/ http://ict.govt.nz/programmes/open-and-transparent- government/ http://creativecommons.org.nz/ https://www.ict.govt.nz/guidance-and-resources/case- studies/open-data/ pstone@linz.govt.nz

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