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Open Data at Locate15 Conference 11 march 2015

Presentation at Locate15 Conference in Brisbane about why data needs to be open

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Open Data at Locate15 Conference 11 march 2015

  1. 1. - Keitha Booth NZ Open Government Information and Data Programme Manager - Land Information New Zealand
  2. 2.  Scene setting  Enter open data  What this means for data suppliers and users  What this means for society  Testing New Zealand’s approach  Summary
  3. 3. We all use data in our daily lives
  4. 4. Some use data or content illegally
  5. 5. We participate in government in different ways
  6. 6. Enter open data Accessible: Proactively published, and available free of charge. Machine-readable: Published in file formats and structures that allow computers to extract and process the data for easy sorting, filtering and content searching. Re-usable: Available under legal regimes or explicit terms that place a minimum of restrictions on how the data may be used; at most, the publisher can specify how the source should be acknowledged. Source: Open Data Barometer 2015
  7. 7. Regional Open Data Agenda-Setting Workshop 2015 Open Government Data Initiatives
  8. 8. Open data supply must be regular and long- term
  9. 9. This needs engaged government agencies
  10. 10. What people want to use is high value data
  11. 11. This needs engaged users
  12. 12. More open governments Stronger multi-sectoral collaborations on open data Empowered citizens who use and benefit from open data Asia 2020
  13. 13. Economic growth •New business & employment •New tools, products •Taxation revenue Better social outcomes •Data to improve daily decisions •Insights from analysis Efficiencies •One authoritative source •Evidence-based policy Transparency and democracy •Public participation in policy development •Reporting on performance
  14. 14. Political - Yes Organisational - Yes Technical – Good progress Legal - Yes Economic and Social – early days
  15. 15. Elections; legislation National statistics; maps; environmental reporting Company and land registers Budget and budget spend Public transport timetables Health and schools sectors performance; crime statistics Government contracts
  16. 16. ThunderMaps
  17. 17. NZ Fishing Rules app
  18. 18. Funding Commercialisation vs public good Loss of revenue Demand exceeding capacity to make data available Organisational capability Technical capability Assessing impact Maturity level
  19. 19. Regional Open Data Agenda-Setting Workshop 2015 Open data is hot in New Zealand
  20. 20. Open data allows legal re- use & innovation It creates efficiencies It improves service delivery It allows evidence-based policy development It does need bold business practice changes Realising impact will take many years
  21. 21. http://ict.govt.nz/programmes-and- initiatives/open-and-transparent-government/ opendata@linz.govt.nz #opendata kbooth@linz.govt.nz @keithabooth

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