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Drivers and barriers open data groningen

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jan bouvries

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Transcript of Drivers and barriers open data groningen

innovations & new business
transparency
re-use, more efficiency
quality improvements
Show the world we're working on OD (PR)
Learn how to get data and how to transform it
Learn about the businesscase by getting in touch with users

We build a simple website, with branding that fits the participants: province & municipality
we collected 40+ datasets, transformed them, checked 'legal' and privacy aspects
We added metadata
We published as static files or URI's to (geo)webservices


expectations / promises
initial approach
GOALS
WHAT DID WE DO
WHAT DID WE LEARN
only few people actually asked for data
getting data wasn't easy, especially data from 'individual' owners: concern about exposure of missing or bad data. non-rational fear for the effects of publishing public data. sometimes, data was hard to find
working with 'data-collectors' within the organisation as GEO/GIS and the Bureau for research and statistics, worked best
creating a platform helped to express political ambitions
and of course: the maintanance of static data is time-consuming.


presenting annual budget as open data and visualize them
political drive, based on ICT/innovation strategy document

We analyzed the process of creating the budget estimate
We discussed the approach: publish the CBS-format with 'open spending' or publish more detail. we decided to do both.
We discussed the level of detail we could present with several stakeholders
We produced spreadsheets, checked and dubbelchecked it
We developed a dynamic diagram view on our website and published the data incl visual


GOALS
WHAT DID WE DO
WHAT DID WE LEARN
you should have top-down commitment in the organisation (political - top management). in our case this helped a lot to convince an finally get cooperation of the operational department
the process of creating the municipal budget isn't clear. also we found differences between information-models in the financial system and software for budgetreports.
small steps first and, if possible, work together with 'bigger' (national) initiatives. for us, hooking up with Openspending.nl was not possible at first, but offered log-term perspective


inform entrepreneurs, politicians, civil servants about possibilities of open data
explore the process of ideation, co producing with for business and government

we organized an event for different target-groups with inspiration sessions, knowledge sessions and interactive ideation workshops based on the 'think like a startup'-format



GOALS
WHAT DID WE DO
WHAT DID WE LEARN
the event was 'sold-out', so the need for information- and networking opportunities was clear
the 'think like a startup canvas' methode worked well to generate creative, new possible businessconcepts.
the role for 'municipal data' as incubator for those ideas was less clear. is was not easy to define a new service, based on available datasets.


find out what the need for municipal data is of entrepreneurs
collect experiences from other organizations about the overall approach towards open data
develop concept-apps based on municipal data

different groups of students worked on the topics. methods: desk-research, interviews, creating / brainstorming
results: 1 thesis 'Groningen opent haar deuren' (Dutch), 2 businesscases (weather we go / Stud-Gro - English), 1 report ' open your city (Dutch)
GOALS
WHAT DID WE DO
WHAT DID WE LEARN
General tips / advices like: start small, organize sponsorship, work in a multidisciplinairy team,
entrepreneurs are interested in demographic, infrastructural and geospatial data.
students developped interesting concept-apps, but it is very hard to create a feasible concept, based on the data of a single municipality.

transparency in governance
Drivers
Creating website
gathering data
CASE
open finance
Let's Gro
festival
Student
research
Pilot projects
exploring
Insights
innovations are not started from a single municipality or mainly based on its data, national, thematic initiatives are more powerful drivers, e.g. TomTom, openOV
open data efforts have to be related to the organization strategic goals: it's not a feasible goal 'just' to publish everything, but:
the open-data principle should be embedded in business and data architecture: an integral way of managing data will be powerful enabler for open data
more efficient re-use
quality of data
new business
Learning by doing
Learning from others
Start small
before OUP
national & european agenda
?
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