LEARNING FROM THE DUTCH EXPERIENCE: PROMOTING INTEGRITY, TRANSPARANCY AND ACCOUNTABILITY IN GOVERNMENT INSTITUTIONS

20th June 2019

Paul Suijkerbuijk

Ton Zijlstra

Experiences of an open government expert in a Dutch context!

Questions?

  HTTPS://slides.com/palinuro/og-od

Value

Democratic value

Economic value

Societal value

What is Open Data?

Openess

Freedom Of Information Act

Re-usability

PSI and Open Data Directive

How are Openess and re-usability laws related to each other

On request

Pro-active

Transparancy

re-use

WOB

WHO

WOB

Art. 8

Open Data

Open Data

Principles

Principles

  1. FOIA is openness guide
  2. Open Data is free of charge
  3. Open Data is free of legal limitations
  4. Open Data is accesseble without registration
  5. Open Data is computer processable
  6. Open Data is supplied with metadata
  7. Open Data is as raw as possible
  8. Open Data is findable through data.overheid.nl

Open Data =

public government information,

 reusable without limitations

IMPACT

shared information position

Transparancy

Deliberatieve democraty

Sociale media

Technological innovation

Participative society

A changing society

Open Data

Social innovation

A challenge for governments

Challenge

 

Government publish everything they can

All data

All data

yes

What can be opened

no

yes

What can be opened

no

FOIA

yes

What can be opened according to government

no

Risks

yes

What can be opened according to society

no

Opportunities

yes

a grey area

no

Opportunities

Risks

yes

Legal....

no

Opportunities

Risks

Lawyers

yes

Culture

no

Opportunities

Risks

Lawyers

Culture Change

yes

Good news!

no

Opportunities

Risks

That can

be better

Everyone agrees!

Challenge

Publish Open Data and it will be used

Healthcare

Security

Agriculture

Infrastructure

Social care

Education

Healthcare

Security

Agriculture

Infrastructure

Social care

Education

Open Data

Open Data

Open Data

Open Data

Open Data

Open Data

Open Data

Open Data

Open Data

Open Data

Open Data

Open Data

Healthcare

Security

Agriculture

Infrastructure

Social care

Education

Public transport

unemployed

Elderly people

Farmer

disabled

Children

Business owner

Pollution

Student

Open Data

Open Data

Open Data

Open Data

Open Data

Open Data

Healthcare

Security

Agriculture

Infrastructure

Social care

Education

Open Data

Open Data

Open Data

Open Data

Open Data

Open Data

?

Healthcare

Security

Agriculture

Infrastructure

Social care

Education

Public transport

unemployed

Elderly people

Farmer

disabled

Children

Business owner

Pollution

Student

Healthcare

Security

Agriculture

Infrastructure

Social care

Education

Public transport

unemployed

Elderly people

Farmer

disabled

Children

Business owner

Pollution

Student

Talk!

Search for a shared interest

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Don't push your government button

Healthcare

Security

Agriculture

Infrastructure

Social care

Education

Public transport

unemployed

Elderly people

Farmer

disabled

Children

Business owner

Pollution

Student

Challenge

The concept of Open Data is understood

Challenge

Governments will start solving societal challenges with Open Data

Challenge

Technology

Challenge

Differences in Europe

Enough challenges, however a lot is happening! :-)

Examples

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