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  1. 1. Seminar to discuss the Draft Budget Bill – Tunis, Tunisia 12 February 2015 Financial Transparency Open Government & Open Budgets
  2. 2. Seminar to discuss the Draft Budget Bill – Tunis, Tunisia 12 February 2015 About me ‣Anna Alberts | @anna_alberts | anna.alberts@okfn.de ‣Project Lead OpenBudgets.eu ‣Background in International Relations and International Development Studies. ‣Since 2015 with Open Knowledge Germany ‣Focus: Fiscal Transparency & Open Data
  3. 3. Seminar to discuss the Draft Budget Bill – Tunis, Tunisia 12 February 2015 Open Knowledge Foundation Germany ‣A not-for-profit organization, promoting openness in all its forms ‣“Empowering people through open knowledge” ‣We build tools and communities to create, use and share open knowledge, content and data that everyone can use, share and build on.
  4. 4. Seminar to discuss the Draft Budget Bill – Tunis, Tunisia 12 February 2015 Open Knowledge: A global network of communities OpenMENA: http://openmena.net/en/
  5. 5. Seminar to discuss the Draft Budget Bill – Tunis, Tunisia 12 February 2015 OpenBudgets.eu ‣ OpenBudgets.eu is a European project for research and innovation on fiscal transparency – funded by the EC ‣Publication and integration of financial data ‣Easier to publish, visualize, analyze, and compare data ‣Promote opening public budget and spending data ‣Governments ‣Journalists, Civil Society, and Politicians
  6. 6. Seminar to discuss the Draft Budget Bill – Tunis, Tunisia 12 February 2015 Agenda ‣Transparency & Accountability ‣Open Government ‣Open data ‣Open Budgets & Spending Data ‣Inspiration ‣Link to Performance Based Budgeting ‣Call to Action
  7. 7. Seminar to discuss the Draft Budget Bill – Tunis, Tunisia 12 February 2015 Open Government – OECD definition The transparency of government actions, the accessibility of government services and information and the responsiveness of government to new ideas, demands and needs.’Three characteristics appear to be most relevant when describing a government as open, namely: ‣Transparency – that its actions, and the individuals responsible for those actions, will be exposed to public scrutiny and challenge; ‣Accessibility – that its services and information on its activities will be readily accessible to citizens; and ‣Responsiveness – that it will be responsive to new ideas, demands and needs.
  8. 8. Seminar to discuss the Draft Budget Bill – Tunis, Tunisia 12 February 2015 Open Government Partnership ‣“The Open Government Partnership is an initiative launched in 2011 to provide an international platform for domestic reformers committed to making their governments more open, accountable, and responsive to citizens.” ‣Tunesia joined January 2014 ‣Legislation & Egov & Open Data
  9. 9. Seminar to discuss the Draft Budget Bill – Tunis, Tunisia 12 February 2015 Clauses on Open Budget & Spending ‣Commitment n°13 - publication of budget reports According to IBP-OECD international standards, 8 reports related to budget must be published, but in Tunisia, only 6 reports are published. ‣Commitment n°14 - Development of the open budget system Development of the open budget system in order to facilitate access to documents related to public finance and execution of the budget. ‣Commitment n°15 – Exploring data existing in the budget management platform (ADEB) Data and information related to public structures budget and existing in the application dedicated to budget management (ADEB) will be used and published in an easy and readable format. ‣Commitment n°16 - Publication of reports related to attribution and execution of public procurement and audit results ‣Commitment n°17: Publication of recommendations raised in audit reports in the area of public procurement Implementation of a system allowing clustering, follow up and publication of recommendations.
  10. 10. Seminar to discuss the Draft Budget Bill – Tunis, Tunisia 12 February 2015 Government and Budget Spending ‣Information about Government Budget and Spending is key for Transparency and Accountability ‣If Budget and Spending information published in digital format on the web it enables civil society and private sector to understand how tax money is spend. ‣If published as Open Data it can be analyzed, compared, visualized and put into context with other data.
  11. 11. Seminar to discuss the Draft Budget Bill – Tunis, Tunisia 12 February 2015 Open Data ‣What is Open Data – digital – license – content – government data, cultural data, scientific data, data from companies (fe. Transport) ‣5 Stars – On the web, open license – Machine Readable – Non-propietary format – RDF standard – Linked RDF
  12. 12. Seminar to discuss the Draft Budget Bill – Tunis, Tunisia 12 February 2015 Budget Public – Not Digital
  13. 13. Seminar to discuss the Draft Budget Bill – Tunis, Tunisia 12 February 2015 Budget Digital - PDF See:
  14. 14. Seminar to discuss the Draft Budget Bill – Tunis, Tunisia 12 February 2015 Budget PDF - read by machine
  15. 15. Seminar to discuss the Draft Budget Bill – Tunis, Tunisia 12 February 2015 Budget XSL - read by civil servant See:
  16. 16. Seminar to discuss the Draft Budget Bill – Tunis, Tunisia 12 February 2015 Budget XML / Jason - read by machine See:
  17. 17. Seminar to discuss the Draft Budget Bill – Tunis, Tunisia 12 February 2015 Budget data, digital, open useful
  18. 18. Seminar to discuss the Draft Budget Bill – Tunis, Tunisia 12 February 2015 Budget visualization - by Gov of Germany
  19. 19. Seminar to discuss the Draft Budget Bill – Tunis, Tunisia 12 February 2015 Budget and Spending - Wish list ‣ Annual Budgets ‣ Spending Data – not merely aggregates – spending data starts to live in the detail: “how much does my school cost” ‣ Audit Reports ‣ Budget calendars + procedures ‣ Tenders, Contracts, Procedures ‣ Citizen Budget
  20. 20. Seminar to discuss the Draft Budget Bill – Tunis, Tunisia 12 February 2015 Where does my money go
  21. 21. Seminar to discuss the Draft Budget Bill – Tunis, Tunisia 12 February 2015 The Daily Bread
  22. 22. Seminar to discuss the Draft Budget Bill – Tunis, Tunisia 12 February 2015 Obudget from Hasadna
  23. 23. Seminar to discuss the Draft Budget Bill – Tunis, Tunisia 12 February 2015 Obudget - drill down to budget transfers
  24. 24. Seminar to discuss the Draft Budget Bill – Tunis, Tunisia 12 February 2015 Opencheckbook – Connecticut
  25. 25. Seminar to discuss the Draft Budget Bill – Tunis, Tunisia 12 February 2015 Texas Transparency
  26. 26. Seminar to discuss the Draft Budget Bill – Tunis, Tunisia 12 February 2015 Subsidietrekker – Subsidies tracker
  27. 27. Seminar to discuss the Draft Budget Bill – Tunis, Tunisia 12 February 2015 Redflags.hu – public procurement tracking
  28. 28. Seminar to discuss the Draft Budget Bill – Tunis, Tunisia 12 February 2015 Connecting Fiscal Transparency & Performance Based Budget
  29. 29. Seminar to discuss the Draft Budget Bill – Tunis, Tunisia 12 February 2015 Call to Action
  30. 30. Seminar to discuss the Draft Budget Bill – Tunis, Tunisia 12 February 2015 Questions anna.alberts@okfn.de @anna_alberts

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