From Release to Infrastructure

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Published on September 15, 2015

Author: puntofisso

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1. From Release to Infrastructure Enhancing the use of Data in the Public Sector Giuseppe Sollazzo @puntofisso Data Gov Leaders, 15.09.2015

2. CC BY-NC-ND by Newsmuse Hurricane Katrina, 2005

3. CC BY-NC-SA by Nerdcoreblog Fatbergs, 2013

4. ● Fatbergs increasingly problematic ●

5. How can data fulfill its promises? Leadership

6. How can data fulfill its promises? Outreach

7. How can data fulfill its promises? Transformation

8. How can data fulfill its promises? How can Data fulfill its promises?

9. Open Data User Group Open Mercia

10. The Release of Data Fund

11. Inject money into data release projects in order to create positive examples of data use, reuse, and capability building

12. Autumn Statement 2011

13. Autumn Statement 2011 £10M ODI

14. Autumn Statement 2011 £10M ODI £750K/year Innovation Vouchers

15. Autumn Statement 2011 £10M ODI £750K/year Innovation Vouchers £1.2M Open Data Challenge Series

16. Autumn Statement 2011 £10M ODI £750K/year Innovation Vouchers £1.2M Open Data Challenge Series £2.5M/year Breakthrough Fund

17. Autumn Statement 2011 £10M ODI £750K/year Innovation Vouchers £1.2M Open Data Challenge Series £2.5M/year Breakthrough Fund £7M Release of Data Fund

18. Funded projects include...

19. £730K

20. Release process for LAs

21. Consultation

22. CC BY-SA by ell-r-brown Planning applications

23. Pub Licences CC BY-NC by jacobsurland

24. Public Toilets CC BY-NC by crystal_luxmore

25. £383K

26. CC BY by mikecattell Privatised

27. £50K

28. CC BY-NC-ND by skynoir A Lab within a LA

29. CC BY-NC-ND by kennedylibrary Data Surgeries

30. Transformation CC BY-NC-ND by madphysicist

31. £100K

32. City-wide Data: Public + Private sector

33. A Smart City Power Station CC BY-NC-ND by steffen_ramsaier

34. £337K

35. Somerset, 2014 CC BY-ND by brizzlebornandbred

36. ...and more

37. How can data fulfill its promises? Lesson 1 No Revolutions

38. How can data fulfill its promises? Lesson 2 Cost ≠ Utility

39. How can data fulfill its promises? Lesson 3 Establishing processes is hard

40. How can data fulfill its promises? Lesson 4 “Use your own data”

41. The Future of Open Data

42. CC BY-NC by puntofisso

43. How can data fulfill its promises? Do we need to reboot the Data agenda?

44. First wave

45. First wave isolated data releases

46. First wave isolated data releases data catalogues

47. First wave isolated data releases data catalogues transparency data

48. First wave isolated data releases data catalogues transparency data accuracy

49. First wave isolated data releases data catalogues transparency data accuracy Second wave

50. First wave isolated data releases data catalogues transparency data accuracy Second wave data processes

51. First wave isolated data releases data catalogues transparency data accuracy Second wave data processes data frameworks

52. First wave isolated data releases data catalogues transparency data accuracy Second wave data processes data frameworks operational data

53. First wave isolated data releases data catalogues transparency data accuracy Second wave data processes data frameworks operational data privacy

54. How can data fulfill its promises? Will we get there?

55. How can data fulfill its promises? Transparency?

56. “I would restrict FOI” CC BY by anders-h-foto

57. How can data fulfill its promises? Chief Data Officer?

58. CC BY by gdsteam

59. How can data fulfill its promises?Mission of the U.S. Chief Data Scientist Support the President and the Administration in responsibly unleashing the power of data for the benefit of the American public and maximize the nation’s return on its investment in data.

60. How can data fulfill its promises? Engagement?

61. Public Sector Transparency Board Data Strategy Board

62. Public Sector Transparency Board

63. Public Sector Transparency Board

64. Infrastructure Top-left Clockwise: CC BY-NC by alanenglish, CC BY-NC by randomsurfer, CC BY-NC-ND by sawater, CC BY by elsie

65. How can data fulfill its promises? Ongoing challenges

66. How can data fulfill its promises? Wider Adoption of Data

67. How can data fulfill its promises? Wider Openness

68. How can data fulfill its promises? Public Trust

69. Thank you! Giuseppe Sollazzo @puntofisso puntofisso.net Open Data User Group @odugUK data.gov.uk/data-request www.odug.org.uk

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