Open Gov Data in eu would increase business activity by up to €40 Bn with total annual benefits of €140 Bn


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Open Gov Data in EU would increase business activity by up to €40 Bn with total annual benefits of €140 Bn

  • Open Gov Data in EU would increase business activity by up to €40 Bn with total annual benefits of €140 Bn

  • Spanish study found ~€600m of business from open data with >5000 jobs

  • Australian study found ROI of ~500% from open data

  • Deloitte study for EU found open data was reused 10-100 times more than charged-for data

  • Releasing addressing data as Open Data in Denmark gave $21m/yr benefits and 2200% ROI

  • Open Weather Data in US has created 400 companies employing 4000 people





Publishing the UK’s 240 cardiac surgeons’ individual clinical outcomes reduced deaths by 1000 a year

  • Publishing the UK’s 240 cardiac surgeons’ individual clinical outcomes reduced deaths by 1000 a year

  • 1000s of apps delivering public transport information in the United States – 68 in New York alone

  • UK released data on location of 300,000 bus-stops; OpenStreetMap corrected 18,000 of them, improving official data accuracy.

  • Sharing Open Data within public agencies in Manchester (city of 2.6m people) saves US$14m/yr

  • Open Data on public agency purchasing has allowed a “whole of government” view to get best prices and performance from key suppliers





























Open Data exposed CAN$3.2bn misuse of charitable status in tax code in Canada

  • Open Data exposed CAN$3.2bn misuse of charitable status in tax code in Canada

  • Publishing UK Senior Civil Servants’ expenses reduced claims by ~40-50%

  • Open Data exposed racial discrimination in water supply in Zanesville, United States – victims won $10.9m compensation

  • UK civil service pay data exposed people paid twice as much as the Head of the Civil Service and three times as much as the Prime Minister



















It’s held separately by n different organisations, and we can’t join it up

  • It’s held separately by n different organisations, and we can’t join it up

  • It will make people angry and scared without helping them

  • It is technically impossible

  • We do not own the data

  • The data is just too large to be published and used

  • Our website cannot hold files this large

  • We know the data is wrong

  • We know the data is wrong, and people will tell us where it is wrong

  • We know the data is wrong, and we will waste valuable resources inputting the corrections people send us

  • People will draw superficial conclusions from the data without understanding the wider picture

  • People will construct league tables from it

  • It will generate more Freedom of Information requests

  • It will cost too much to put it into a standard format

  • It will distort the market

  • Our IT suppliers will charge us a fortune to do an ad hoc extract

















Why did the UK FOI Act not give Open Data?

  • Why did the UK FOI Act not give Open Data?

  • FOI practice has focussed on Requests for Information, and ignored Proactive Publication

  • Exemptions give many grounds to withhold

  • Long-winded process to challenge refusals

  • No “right to reuse” in FOI responses (fixing)

  • No requirement for re-usable formats (fixing)

  • Cost thresholds – inefficient Ministries are less transparent

  • Uncertainty and time delays are barriers to innovation















Open Data a key enabler – but its value is in its use

  • Open Data a key enabler – but its value is in its use

  • Important to grow open data “ecosystem” in civil society

  • Data should engage rather than just inform

  • Government must be prepared to listen and act









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