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  1. 1. Open Data in Serbian Government Institutions Milovan Šuvakov Institute of Physics Belgrade www.ipb.ac.rs Observatory of Social Innovations www.odi.rs
  2. 2. Why Open Data? What is Open Data? Difference between #opendata & #foi Definition: availability, access, reuse, redistribution, universal participation Potential benefits: Transparency and democratic control Improved or new private products and services Improved efficiency/effectiveness of government services Impact measurement of policies Data-driven innovations New knowledge from data
  3. 3. Major Obstacles/Challenges Technical: limited IT capabilities, server infrastructure, security,... Legal: missing (overlapping) jurisdictions “Philosophical”: attitudes toward data (sharing)
  4. 4. Open Data Readiness Assessment (ODRA) UNDP, WB eUprava ODWG New portal Law change 2y project http://www.rs.undp.org/content/serbia/en/home/library/democratic_governance/open-data-readiness-assesment-.html
  5. 5. Good Practice Examples Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development (109 datasets) http://opendata.mpn.gov.rs Commissioner for Information of Public Importance and Personal Data Protection (13 datasets) Environmental Protection Agency (10 datasets) Public Procurement Office (5 datasets) Ministry of Mining and Energy (5 datasets) Medicines and Medical Devices Agency of Serbia (3 datasets) Ministry of Interior (1 dataset) Source: http://data.gov.rs
  6. 6. Ministry of Interior 1 dataset: Belgrade road accidents 2015: time, position (gps), type, description; 12873 rows Formats: xls, csv
  7. 7. Medicines and Medical Devices Agency of Serbia 3 datasets: medicines market data, approved clinical studies (200 rows), generic names of medicines Formats: xls
  8. 8. Public Procurement Office 5 datasets Formats: csv, zipped csv
  9. 9. Ministry of Mining and Energy 5 datasets Formats: xml, json
  10. 10. Environmental Protection Agency Portal: http://data.sepa.gov.rs/ (based on DKAN - open source platform.)
  11. 11. Commissioner for Information of Public Importance and Personal Data Protection http://www.data.poverenik.rs/ (CKAN based portal)
  12. 12. Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development Portal: http://opendata.mpn.gov.rs/ 71 datasets: all levels of education + R&D Formats: csv, xls, json
  13. 13. Open Data in Serbian Laws Low on R&D: data on researchers, projects and institutions “...Podaci iz registara su otvoreni podaci, javno dostupni na internet prezentaciji Ministarstva u mašinski obradivom obliku za korišćenje i dalje objavljivanje.” “...Data from the registry are open data, publicly available on Ministry web page, in computer readable format, free for reuse and redistribution.”
  14. 14. Available R&D Data Institutions, projects, financial data: http://opendata.mpn.gov.rs/get.php?dataset=nio&lang=sr&term=human http://opendata.mpn.gov.rs/get.php?dataset=nio_finansije&lang=sr&term=human http://opendata.mpn.gov.rs/get.php?dataset=nid_projekti&lang=sr&term=human http://opendata.mpn.gov.rs/get.php?dataset=nid_projekti_finansije&lang=sr&term=human 5 year project reports: http://izvestaji.mpn.gov.rs/izvestaji/ Missing: researchers, results in more details
  15. 15. Conclusions Serbia is #48 out of 97 coutries in the 2014 Global Open Data Index http://index.okfn.org/place/2014/ ODRA: Serbia is in a good position to move forward with an Open Data Initiative Strategy for the Development of e-Government and other strategic documents announce improvements. What can we do?

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