Master sheet WP 2 Exercise 3: Comparative mapping of global indicators (ODB/GODI/ODIN/OURdata/EODMA)
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Charter principleOpen Data Charter CommitmentsCommitment componentODBGODIODINOURdataEODMA
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PRINCIPLE 1Commitment P1.a “Develop and adopt policies and practices to ensure that all government data is made open by default, as outlined in this Charter, while recognizing that there are legitimate reasons why some data cannot be released.”Open data policy is developed
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Set up open data initiative/task force/office etc.
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Adoption of open data policy
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Adoption of open data practices
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Commitment P1.b “Provide clear justifications as to why certain data cannot be released.”Statements are published why data is not opened up
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Commitment P1.c “Establish a culture of openness, not only through legislative and policy measures, but also with the help of training and awareness programs, tools, guidelines, and communication strategies designed to make government, civil society, and private sector representatives aware of the benefits of open data.”Legislative and policy measures are established
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Training and awareness programs are established
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Tools and guidelines are established
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Communication is established
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Commitment P1.d “Develop the leadership, management, oversight, performance incentives, and internal communication policies necessary to enable this transition to a culture of openness in all government departments and agencies, including official statistics organizations.”Appointment of lead person
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Management is established
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Oversight processes to implement open data across agencies are established
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Performance incentives are set up
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Commitment P1.e “Observe domestic laws and internationally recognized standards, in particular those pertaining to security, privacy, confidentiality, and intellectual property. Where relevant legislation or regulations do not exist or are out of date, they will be created and/or updated.”Establishment of legal monitoring processes to understand domestic legal environment relevant for open data
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Updating of domestic law relevant for open data
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Establishment of legal monitoring processes for internationally recognised legal standards
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Commitment P1.f “In accordance with privacy legislation and standards, anonymize data prior to its publication, ensuring that sensitive, personally-identifiable data is removed.”Anonymisation processes are put in place to remove sensitive, personally-identifiable data
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PRINCIPLE 2Commitment P2.a “Create, maintain, and share public, comprehensive lists of data holdings to support meaningful consultations around data prioritization, publication, and release dates.”
Create list of data holdings to support data consultations
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Maintenance and updating processes are established to support data consultations
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Lists of data holdings are publicly shared to support data consultations
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Commitment P2.b “Release high-quality open data in a timely manner, without undue delay. Data will be comprehensive and accurate, and released in accordance with prioritization that is informed by consultations with open data users, including citizens, other governments, and civil society and private sector organizations.”
Running consultation processes to prioritise what data to publish
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Publication of high-quality data
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Publication of data in a timely fashion (with a reasonable timespan between data creation and publication)
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Data is published comprehensively
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Data is published accurately
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Commitment P2.c “To the extent possible, release data in its original, unmodified form, and link data to any relevant guidance, documentation, visualizations, or analyses.”
Publication of unmodified raw data
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Link raw data to supporting documents
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Link raw data to 'derivative' data work, e.g. visualisations, analyses, etc.
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Commitment P2.d “To the extent possible, release data that is disaggregated to the lowest levels of administration, including disaggregation by gender, age, income, and other categories.”
Release disaggregated data to lowest levels of administration (cities? municipalities?)
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Disaggregation by socio-economic factors (including gender)
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High spatial disaggregation (of environmental pollution levels etc.)
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High temporal resolution
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Commitment P2.e “Allow users to provide feedback, and continue to make revisions to ensure data quality is improved as necessary.”
Provide feedback on data quality
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Commitment P2.f “Apply consistent information lifecycle management practices, and ensure historical copies of datasets are preserved, archived, and kept accessible as long as they retain value.”
Preservation processes to store historical data
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Publication processes are established for historical data
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Commitment P2.g “Consult data users on significant changes to the structure or supply of data in order to minimize the impact to users that have created tools based on open data.”
Consultations with data users
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Commitment P2.h “Be transparent about our own data collection, standards, and publishing processes by documenting these processes online.”
Documentation of data collection, standards and publishing processes online
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PRINCIPLE 3Commitment P3.a “Publish data on a central portal, so that open data is easily discoverable and accessible in one place.”
Central portal exists
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Data is published on central portal
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Data is open data
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Data is discoverable
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Data is accessible in one place
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Commitment P3.b “Release data in open formats to ensure that the data is available to the widest range of users to find, access, and use. In many cases, this will include providing data in multiple, standardized formats, so that it can be processed by computers and used by people.”
Data is in an open format
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Data is available in multiple formats
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Data complies with an open standard (e.g. GTFS, ODCS)
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Data is in a standardized format that can be processed by computers
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Data is in a standardized format that can be "used by people"
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Commitment P3.c “Release data free of charge, under an open and unrestrictive license.”Data is available for free
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Data is published using an open licence as defined by the Open Definition
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Commitment P3.d “Release data without mandatory registration, allowing users to choose to download data without being required to identify themselves.”
Data is available without registration
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Commitment P3.e “Ensure data can be accessed and used effectively by the widest range of users.”
Ensure that data is accessed and used by the widest range of users
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PRINCIPLE 4Commitment P4.a “Implement consistent, open standards related to data formats, interoperability, structure, and common identifiers when collecting and publishing data.”
A list of open formats that should be used to publish data is documented.
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A policy or other mechanism requires the use of specified open formats
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A list of open standards that should be used to publish data is documented.
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A policy or other mechanism requires the use of specified open standards
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A standard approach to enable data to interoperate is documented.
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A policy or other mechanism requires the use of specified open standards
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Commitment P4.b “Ensure that open datasets include consistent core metadata and are made available in human- and machine-readable formats.”
A list of core metadata that should be used to publish data is documented
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Human-readable descriptive metadata is provided
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Machine-readable descriptive metadata is provided
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Human-readable structural metadata is provided
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Machine-readable structural metadata is provided
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Human-readable provenance information is provided
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Machine-readable provenance information is provided
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Human-readable data quality information is provided
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Machine-readable data quality information is provided
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Commitment P4.c “Ensure that data is fully described, that all documentation accompanying data is written in clear, plain language, and that data users have sufficient information to understand the source, strengths, weaknesses, and analytical limitations of the data.”
Ensure data is fully described for data users
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Commitment P4.d “Engage with domestic and international standards bodies and other standard setting initiatives to encourage increased interoperability between existing international standards, support the creation of common, global data standards where they do not already exist, and ensure that any new data standards we create are, to the greatest extent possible, interoperable with existing standards.”
The organisation is a member of an open standards organisation that develops and enhances open standards that are applicable to open data
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The organisation has contributed to the development and enhancement of open standards that are applicable to open data
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The development of new open standards is performed in the context of, and an intent to build upon existing standards
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Commitment P4.e “Map local standards and identifiers to emerging globally agreed standards and share the results publicly.”
Localisations of open standards are openly licenced and published
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Local standards are mapped to global standards and are openly licenced and published
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Data is opened up that has been formerly requested via FOIA
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PRINCIPLE 5Commitment P5.a “Implement oversight and review processes to report regularly to the public on the progress and impact of our open data initiatives.”
Established a monitoring process to track adoption progress & impact of open data
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Established a regular updating mechanism to communicate progress and impact to the public
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Commitment P5.b “Ensure that information published as a result of transparency or anticorruption laws is released as open data.”
Published data under transparency/anticorruption law
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Published data under transparency/anticorruption law is also published as open data
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Commitment P5.c “Provide training programs, tools, and guidelines designed to ensure government employees are capable of using open data effectively in policy development processes.”
Established training programs for government employees to use open data for policy development
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Established guidelines and tools for government employees to use open data for policy development
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Commitment P5.d “Engage with the Freedom of Information / Access to Information / Right to Information community to align the proactive release of open data with governments’ obligation to release information on request.”
Engagement processes are put in place to connect with the FOI community
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Data is opened up that has been formerly requested via FOIA
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Commitment P5.e “Engage proactively with citizens and civil society and private sector representatives to determine what data they need to effectively hold governments accountable.”
Established consultation processes with multiple stakeholders to identify priority datasets
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Commitment P5.f “Respect citizens’ right to freedom of expression by protecting those who use open data to identify corruption or criticize governments.”
Protect citizens using open data to identify corruption or criticize governments
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Commitment P5.g “Encourage the use of open data to develop innovative, evidence-based policy solutions that benefit all members of society, as well as empower marginalized communities.”
Encourage government's uptake of evidence produced with open data
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Encourage development of evidence-based policy solutions that benefit all.
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Encourage development of evidence-based policy to empower marginalised communities.
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PRINCIPLE 6Commitment P6.a “Encourage citizens, civil society and private sector organizations, and multilateral institutions to open up data created and collected by them in order to move toward a richer open data ecosystem with multiple sources of open data.”
Communicating to third-parties that they open up their data
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Third-parties are successfully convinced to open up their data
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Third-parties open up their data
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Commitment P6.b “Create or explore potential partnerships between governments and with civil society and private sector organizations and multilateral institutions to support the release of open data and maximize the impact of data through effective use.”
Created/explored potential partnerships between governments with civil society to support release of data through effective use.
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