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I live here... According to Google Streetmaps 9
I live in Naas…• NAAS – Network as a Service• Used to be a Nice place to shop!
So far ICT has not fundamentally changed government 1990s: lCT expected to make government more transparent, efcient and user oriented 2005+: disillusion as bureaucracy still in existence Can Cloud Help?Jane E. Fountain – Gov 1.0 – Just Replicating the Silos on the Internet
Where Next…Open Data● What we are talking about is -● Government As A Platform?● Open Data is not the end..● Cannot be – just for Open Data Sake...● Open Data has to be part of the Day Job
Open is forcing Radical ChangeWith or Without the Owners / Shareholders
So – What are we Doing●Enterprise Ireland have set up Irish CrossNational Working Group on Open Data Academia Large / Small Business Central / Local / Semi-State Gov●Fingal County Council – Open Fingal●Dublin County Councils - DubLinked
Cross Industry National Working GroupAddressing Prime 2, Opportunities for change, GeoDirectory, PRASecurity Surveillance, Privacy, Confidentiality,Standards Protocol for Use, Governance, Adoption, Developments,Enterprise Apps, Commercialisation, Economic Benefits, Education, Jobs Initiatives,Citizenship What does the citizen want from Open Data?
Decisions● Open Data week 7th Nov-12th Nov●All Government Tenders will reference OpenData●Paper for Government●It makes sense●Continue the Journey Together
open source / open datathe fix your street model 10/3/11
mobile apps – the new frontier of localgovernment 10/3/11
Metered Water Application 10/3/11 FUTURE DOMESTIC WATER APPLICATION
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Social and Multi MediaResponding through innovation 10/3/11
It is all about the Data2010 Spend on Spatial data and Software in the USA - IDC
IssuesData Harvesting How / Why does data get into your system Position, accuracy, improvement.Data Management How do we manage our data Do we have to capture data more than onceGeo Data Costs of collection Costs of ManagementQuality Data Quality If we can’t trust the data to Share it, how do we use it to make decisions?
Data StandardsMost Adopting Standards from their software Supplier.Have to move away from this position!Open Standards
Why Open Data?● More information might lead to more informed and beter decisions – The Right to Knowledge…● Higher Quality? ● Open Source – More Eyes – Beter Systems…● Higher degree of effectiveness & efficiency● Strengthen trust in establishment● Leverage benefits of peer production● New business models
Why Not?● Loss of control & power?● Undermining of statutory Powers● Loss of revenues to existing business by threatening their established business models● Only those with the Social Tools can benefit?● Fear of the unknown
FixYourStreetProgramme for GovernmentIn local services, we will establish a website – www.fixmystreet.ie – to assist residentsin reporting problems with street lighting, drainage, graffiti, waste collection and roadand path maintenance in their neighbourhoods, with a guarantee that local officialswill respond within two working days.
Principles of FixYourStreet● Digitise everything Once.● Dynamic Data Capture● Open data● Open source ● Reduce the Barriers to Adoption● Social Media is the Glue● There can only be one fixyourstreets ● One Front End ● More than one Back End? ● Taxonomy – We all call things the same
Architecture Model for OpenFive level saturation model by Tim Berners-Lee★ Available on the web (whatever format), but with an open licence★★ Available as machine-readable structured data (e.g. excel instead of image scanof a table)★★★ as (2) plus non-proprietary format (e.g. CSV instead of excel)★★★★ All the above plus, Use open standards from W3C (RDF and SPARQL) toidentify things, so that people can point at your stuff★★★★★ All the above, plus: Link your data to other people’s data to providecontext
Conclusion We can learn from the early adopters Key Challenges Policies – Corporate culture – change management - refresh needed Innovation by Design – Crowdsourcing internally and externally Community engagement Sustainable resourcing Technology – Public Cloud / Open Source Standards Cross Industry Support