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UNCLASSIFIED
Open Data User Group
Introductory event
Thursday 14 June 2012
UNCLASSIFIED
Overview
Background - Transparency Agenda and Open Data
• Pete Lawrence, Deputy Director Transparency Delivery &
Operations, Cabinet Office
ODUG Vision and Membership
• Heather Savory, Chair Open Data User Group
Questions and Next Steps
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Since May 2012 the Coalition Government has made a number of high
profile achievements on transparency and Open Data
• Built the largest data.gov resource in the
world, with over 8,400 datasets available
• Published unprecedented data in transport,
health, justice and education via two sets of
Prime Ministerial commitments
• Over £188bn of spending transactions now
published by central government
• Engaged with over 300 businesses – large
and small – about the potential benefits and
challenges of Open Data for industry
• Launched Open Data Consultation
• Open Government Partnership Co-Chair
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There is more to come
•
Continuing to meet current PM and Chancellor commitments
•
Publish Open Data White Paper
•
Publish Open Data Strategies for each Department
– Big data
– My data
– User experience & feedback
– Developing information markets
– Continuous quality improvement
– Set out forward plan of new data publications
•
Set standards
•
Launch Open Data Institute
•
ODUG influence
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ODUG comes from the development of a new structure for a “Public Data
Corporation”
Jan 2011
Initial
announcement
• MCO and Edward
Davey outlined
plans for a new
Public Data
Corporation which
would:
Mar 2011
Budget
July 2011
MoG Change
• Land Registry, Met
Office and Ordnance
Survey move to BIS
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Aug 2011
PDC
Consultation
Nov 2011
Autumn
Statement
• Establish a Data
Strategy Board and
a Public Data Group
On 19th March, BIS and CO Ministers published the Terms of Reference for
these new organisations
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The PDG Trading Funds already have a history of releasing Open Data and
the PDG has a commitment to continue to look to ways to increase this
Met Office
Ordnance
Survey
Land
Registry
OS Opendata
“Price Paid”
information
5000 sites
weather data
Exploring the
rest of the
Public
Weather
Service data
National
Trails
Monthly
Transactions
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Companies
House
Bulk data on
registered
companies
ODUG will advise on public sector data that should be prioritised for release
as Open Data, to the benefit of the UK
ODUG will:
• act as intelligent customer on behalf of the public and the private sector for
data free at the point of use and for re-use
• act as a single stakeholder group
• be empowered to use the most appropriate channels of engagement with
broader users and re-users of Open Data
The membership:
• draw on expertise and experience of the user community to build the
business case to the DSB
• will need to undertake appropriate research and evidence gathering to inform
the business case to release Open Data
• may be called upon in an advisory capacity to:
–
–
Cabinet Office Transparency Team
Sector Transparency Boards
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ODUG has two main aims to advise Ministers and the DSB and to represent
Open Data users to government
Open
Data User
Group
Advise Ministers and Government
Represent Open Data Users
• Advise the Data Strategy Board
• Advocacy for data free at point of use
and re-use
• Give a voice to open data users and reusers
• Bring together a community with
representation from all areas of Open
Data users
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ODUG will need to represent, and reach out to, a wide range of organisations
and individuals
Government
Open Data Users
Media
Central Government
Departments
e.g. BIS, DfT, CO
etc.
Public Sector
Transparency
Board
OKFN
MySociety
Data
Strategy
Board
HMRC
Web Services
Consultancies
Open
Data User
Group
Agencies
Public Data
Group
Trading Funds
e.g. OS, MO,
CH & LR
Open Rights Group
Tech Trade Press
ONS
Environment
Agency
Hyper Local Media
Customer
Groups e.g.
PWSCG, GISCG
TNA
Campaigning
Organisations
Data Journalists
Sector
Transparency
Boards
Big Data
Insurers
Commercial Organisations
Transport and
Logistics
Developers
GIS Organisations
Academia
Health Services
Education Providers
LGA
Market
Research
Credit Bureaux Telecoms
Incubators e.g.
Tech City
Local Government
Local Authorities
Systems Integrators
Open Data researchers
Statisticians
Libraries
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ODI
Citizens / Civil Society
Groups e.g. Which?
Consumer Focus etc.
Rewired State
ODUG will have two broad principles of consensus and transparency
Create consensus
Transparency of process and advice
• Bring together disparate cultures and
perspectives to build an effective
forum
• Generate collective agreements
• Face 2 face meetings
• Virtual networks and social media
to reach as many as possible
• Transparent process and
documentation
• Minutes online
• Operating model
• Working methods – “agile” values
• Work plan
• Online presence to create a space for
open debate
• Huddle or other online community
tool
• Github
• Set up a wiki
• data.gov.uk?
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ODUG will support the work of the DSB and the PDG
Data Strategy
Board
Stakeholder
communications
Public Data
Group
(Trading
Funds)
Open Data
User Group
Open Data
Open Data Users
Growth
- content
- data analysts
- delivery format
- application
developers
- usability
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Transparency
Key outcome is to develop business cases to support the release of further
Open Data
HMT business case
Current DSB budget for
Open Data
DSB
• £3.5m per annum in 2013/14
and 2014/15
• ODUG to produce business
cases to justify spending
Comprehensive Spending
Review
• Key element for continued
ODUG funding
• Influence DSB negotiations for
budget beyond 2015
Cost and
benefits of
data
ODUG priorities
“elevator pitch”
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These business cases will need to be developed beginning over the next 6
months
Communities
develop ideas
Develop Business
Case
Operating
model and
work plan
ODUG
priorities
Appoint
members
First ODUG
Introductory First DSB
event
ODUG
DSB
ODUG
DSB
ODUG
2013
DSB
The first step will be to select and appoint members of the formal group
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Proposal
to DSB
April 2013
What we will ask of ODUG members
• A champion and advocate for Open Data
• Be the conduit to and representative for your sector
• Lead development of well-evidenced business cases to bring to ODUG
Quarterly Meetings
Activities between meetings
• Agree workplan
• Sign off business cases and advice
• Etc.
• Act as point of contact for
community representation
• Evidence gathering for business
cases
• Meetups, networking etc.
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We are looking to balance member skills across the sectors they represent
Segment
Skills
Large
Companies
SMEs
Systems
Integrators
Central &
Local
Government
Data business
experience
Economics
Development
Communications
Support
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Academia
Civil
Society
Community
Activists
ODUG members will be selected through an open process
•
Selection needed as limited places on Group (between 12-15 formal members)
•
Application
– Online application form here
– Sets out which sector will represent and puts forward case for individual
•
Timing
– Applications submitted by 22 June 2012
– Final appointment by Minister for Cabinet Office and Chair by 2 July 2012
•
You can still be involved with ODUG if you don’t want to become a member
– LinkedIn Group - Open Data User Group
– Twitter account - @odugUK
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Any questions?
Is the proposed
process right?
• Working methods
• Membership selection
Are the categories
for the community
right?
How do we involve
regions, and work
with other groups?
UNCLASSIFIED
…anything else?

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