Open Data Benefits Map
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Open Data Benefits Mapping
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Stakeholder GroupBenefitsDependenciesRisksMitigation/actionsLinksTransparencyInnovationOperationalEngagement
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Young individuals
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Middle-aged individualsFind places to liveMapumental
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Older individualsincrease knowledge of available local services and facilities;data products to suit these needs developed. (Some kinds of VRM perhaps)findtoilet.dk
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Individuals (general)alerts for specific environmental hazards; travel apps (eg CityMapper)citymapper.com
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FamiliesSource home improvements & energy efficiency;husetsweb.dk
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Small businessbetter collaboration with government; level playing field for procurementdata on existing contracts; open competition with competitors; private sector open data (eg opencorporates)commercial confidentialitycarrot/stickG-Cloudspending data per public bodyincreased range of innovative supplierslower procurement costsproviedr engagement networks (eg in social care)
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Small charitiesbetter collaboration with governmentG-Cloud
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medium-sized businessesbetter collaboration with governmentG-Cloud
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medium-sized charitiesbetter collaboration with government
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large businessesbetter collaboration with government
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large charitiesbetter collaboration with government
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local government (UK shire level or equivalent)Engagement in development and delivery of public services (e.g. Glasgow); reduction in FOIdevelopment of data products that increase democratic engagement (eg MySociety apps); data legibilityUX challenge both with apps and datasetsreduction in FOI
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local government (UK district level or equivalent)Engagement in development and delivery of public services; reduction in FOIdevelopment of data products that increase democratic engagement (eg MySociety apps); data legibilityUX challenge both with apps and datasetsreduction in FOI
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local government (UK parish level or equivalent)Engagement in development and delivery of public services; reduction in FOIdevelopment of data products that increase democratic engagement (eg MySociety apps); data legibilityUX challenge both with apps and datasetsreduction in FOI
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Central Governmentlower corruption and fraud; better understanding and engagementavailability of analysis, and development of data productsGoogle translate uses EU documents to train translation algorithms"open data saved Canada
$3.2 billion in charity tax fraud." (open data handbook)
folketsting.dk Parliamentary tracking website
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Government (general)Transparency, lower levels of corruption/fraud, higher levels of public trust in institutionsdevelopment of data products that increase democratic engagement (eg MySociety apps)"Where does my money go" (UK) or "Tax tree" (Finland) (src: open data handbook)
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local communitiesregeneration, inward investmentDevelopment of local tech scenes, e.g. Shoreditch, based around developers/entrepreneurs building businesses on open dataproperty/rent inflation, displacement of communitieslocal government engages with existing community to understand and protect their interests
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