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Innovation Through Open Government, Open Information & Open Data

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Organization Innovation through
open government,
open information
& open data Obsessive Compulsive Convinced Curious Cynic/Skeptic Personal Enterprise Country Global Perception of Scope of Opportunity Level of Personal Commitment ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? About the Canadian International Development Agency Where are YOU with respect to Open Government / Open Data ? CIDA is Canada's lead agency for development assistance. In support of its mandate, CIDA aims to:

Manage Canada's support and resources effectively and accountably to achieve meaningful, sustainable results.
Engage in policy development in Canada and internationally, enabling Canada's effort to realize its development objectives.
Support more efficient, focused and accountable international assistance. Transparency and Accountability -
The Evolution of ‘Corporate Reporting’ Compliance to minimum mandatory reporting: Canada's Official Development Assistance Statistics
Access to Information
Reports on Plans and Priorities
Departmental Performance Reports
Development for Results report ATI, RPP, DPR, ODA Stats - New! Improved!
Report to Parliament on Canada’s ODA
Evaluations & Plans, Audits & Plans
Development for Results report (D4R)
Project Browser CIDA’s Role in the Big Bang About the International Aid Transparency Standard Organization Activity Codelist International Aid Transparency
Information and Data Dr. Rajiv Shah, Administrator of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) A remarkable new tool is becoming increasingly available to help end extreme poverty and ensure dignity and opportunity for people around the world -- a tool that few people think about when they consider how to bolster international development efforts.

That tool is data, and in particular "open data" -- data freely available in formats that are easy to use in new and innovative ways, while rigorously protecting privacy. What is Open Data Really? “A piece of data or content is open if anyone is free to use, reuse, and redistribute it — subject only, at most, to the requirement to attribute and/or share-alike.” 8 Principles of
Government Open Data Government data shall be considered open if the data are made public in a way that complies with the principles below:

1. Data Must Be Complete
2. Data Must Be Primary
3. Data Must Be Timely
4. Data Must Be Accessible
5. Data Must Be Machine “processable”
6. Access Must Be Non-Discriminatory
7. Data Formats Must Be Non-Proprietary
8. Data Must Be License-free Corollaries to the 8 Principles Compliance must be reviewable.
A contact person must be designated to respond to people trying to use the data.
A contact person must be designated to respond to complaints about violations of the principles.
An administrative or judicial court must have the jurisdiction to review whether the agency has applied these principles appropriately. Common Implementation Challenges Business System Logistics Gender-Based
Programming Education
Programming Programming by Region/Country/Province Common Implementation Challenges ? Organization Activity Organization Organization Activity Activity Activity Activity Activity Activity Organization Activity Activity Activity The Honourable Tony Clement, President of the Treasury Board and Minister responsible for FedNor “Data is Canada’s
new natural resource.” Open Movement
Bang Common Implementation Challenges Business Process Common Implementation Challenges Checking Business Information Common Implementation Challenges Organizational Decision Making Open Data and beyond Leaders and Doers The future of Open Data Imagine the Possibilities The Solar & Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO) project is a cooperative effort between the European Space Agency (ESA) and NASA. SOHO was designed to study the internal structure of the Sun, its extensive outer atmosphere and the origin of the solar wind, the stream of highly ionized gas that blows continuously outward through the Solar System. Open Data is of superlative importance because it is a tool by which to pursue possibilities that are as yet unimagined. Public Sector Open Data Domain Federal Government Organization Public Sector Open Data Domain Provincial / State Government Organization Public Sector Open Data Domain Municipal Government Organization Deeper Depth of Linked Open Data within the Domain What you Collect, Transfer, Fund, Spend ...Effectiveness of Services Delivered, Results …Plans … Public Sector Open Data Domain Federal Government Organization Public Sector Open Data Domain Provincial / State Government Organization Public Sector Open Data Domain Municipal Government Organization UK Canada Public Sector Open Data Domain Federal Government Organization Public Sector Open Data Domain Provincial / State Government Organization Public Sector Open Data Domain Municipal Government Organization USA Public Sector Open Data Domain Federal Government Organization Public Sector Open Data Domain Provincial / State Government Organization Public Sector Open Data Domain Municipal Government Organization Australia NGO
Results,
Evaluations,
Observations Private Climate
Science Crowd-sourced
Intelligence Citizen
Engagement Imagine Private
Health Science Private
Geo-Spatial Project Browser enhanced to provide visual maps
www.acdi-cida.gc.ca

More Historical Project Data published
www.acdi-cida.gc.ca

Open Data espoused through links to GoC Open Data Portal
Data.gc.ca

Joined Open Government Partnership
www.opengovpartnership.org

Joined Open Aid Partnership
wbi.worldbank.org/wbi/open-aid-partnership

Joined International Aid Transparency Initiative
www.aidtransparency.net A key element of this aid effectiveness and accountability agenda is transparency. Broader Breadth of
Linked Open Data
across the Domain Extensively Linked Open Data within, across and between multiple Domains Linked Federal Linked Provincial Linked Civic Transparency and Accountability -
Evolution of ‘Corporate Reporting’ Continued compliance to mandatory reporting: Open Aid Data, as a means to Aid Transparency, as a means to … Being transparent about aid flows helps:
Governments
Citizens of developing countries
Citizens of donor countries
Donors and development agencies
Parliaments and non-governmental organisations Eaves.ca
“Statistics Canada Data to
become OpenData” IDRC/CRDI Open Data
for Public Policy in Latin
America and the Caribbean Ottawa releases Open Government Action Plan NRCAN – GeoBase, GeoGratis,GeoConnections FCGEO World Bank looks to expand its open data initiative to reach wider audience QCRI develops automated Geotagger for the World Bank A Call for Open Contracting O’Reilly Radar - Big trends to watch in 2013
Liquid data
Data as infrastructure
Social coding
Data commons
Lean/Smart government
Preemptive health care
Predictive data analytics
Sharing economy
Personal data ownership @OpenDataOttawa Innovation through Open Government, Open Information & Open Data Questions ? Jacques.mailloux@acdi-cida.gc.ca @6t6qt – Jack Mailloux Jacques (Jack) Mailloux
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