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Open data value chain


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An open data value chain, showing what is required for open data to deliver better government, innovation and economic growth.

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Open data value chain

  1. 1. OpenData Value Chain<br />economic growth<br />transparent, responsive, effective government<br />innovation<br />Policies, legislation, regulation and governance <br />Technology infrastructure<br />Support<br />activities<br />Community infrastructure / ecosystem<br />Communications and culture change <br />Inputs<br />Machine readable raw data <br />Inventories<br />APIs<br />Catalogues<br />Process<br />Presenting<br />Collating<br />Visualising<br />Mashing up <br />Linking<br />Contextualising<br />Interpreting<br />Analysing <br />Re-purposing...<br />Outputs<br /> ‘Human readable’ data <br />Information<br /> Applications<br />Analysis<br />Share<br />Dissemination<br />Marketing <br />Advertising<br />Promotion<br />Maintain<br />Refresh<br />Develop<br />Update<br />Primary<br />activities<br />
  2. 2. OpenData Value Chain<br />What it is<br />An attempt to capture in one image ...<br />what is required for open data and transparency to deliver <br />more efficient, effective and responsive government and public services,<br /> economic growth, and innovation.<br />
  3. 3. OpenData Value Chain<br />What it’s for<br />To provide a framework <br />for developing strategies <br />to extend, embed and institutionalise <br />open data and transparency in government.<br />
  4. 4. OpenData Value Chain<br />What it’s for<br />To help open discussions <br />about what’s required, <br />where the gaps are, <br />and who can help to fill them.   <br />
  5. 5. OpenData Value Chain<br />What it’s for<br />To show why simply publishing data in itself is not sufficient ...<br />... a whole ecosystem of activities, individuals and organisations is required to support and make effective use of open data   <br />
  6. 6. OpenData Value Chain<br />What it isn’t<br />The value chain makes it all look neat and tidy.  <br />Which of course it isn’t.<br />  <br />
  7. 7. OpenData Value Chain<br />What it isn’t<br />The model is not meant to imply that these activities take place independently of each other or in a linear sequence; <br />they are all inter-related and overlapping.  <br />  <br />
  8. 8. OpenData Value Chain<br />What it isn’t<br />Nor does it capture every single finer point of detail in the open data and transparency system <br />- it’s an attempt at an overall framework.<br /> <br />  <br />
  9. 9. OpenData Value Chain<br />What it isn’t<br />The model doesn’t show who is involved or responsible for the activities.  <br />That’s because there are many different organisations and individuals, inside and outside government, who do all these things.  <br />  <br />
  10. 10. OpenData Value Chain<br />Next steps<br />The Local Public Data Panel is aiming to agree a version of this to inform its future strategy and activities.<br />Hopefully others will also find it useful. <br />  <br />
  11. 11. OpenData Value Chain<br />Next steps<br /><ul><li> Identify the gaps between what is in place now and what is required to complete the value chain.
  12. 12. Map the ‘ecosystem’ – who is doing what at the moment, and what’s missing or in need of further support?
  13. 13. Seek funding and support for projects that can help fill the gaps </li></ul>  <br />
  14. 14. OpenData Value Chain<br />Comments?<br />This version is an initial attempt.  <br />It’s there as a draft, to open up discussions. <br />All comments and feedback are welcome.<br />@janethughes, March 2011<br />