Objective: To help drive the government agency culture change required to gain value from open government data.
Status quo: Open data is not currently managed through a set of consistent or cohesive objectives across government. One result of this is that government agencies have a limited understanding of how and why to address barriers to releasing open data.
Ambition: Government agencies will be knowledgeable about what data they should and should not publicly release and why, how to remove obstacles to reuse, and will be consistently applying these filters to their data holdings. This will increase the amount and quality of data released.
Timeline: October 2016 – June 2018
OGP values: Access to information, civic participation, public accountability, technology and information.
New or ongoing commitment: New
Verifiable and measurable milestones to fulfil the commitment:
|Develop an open government data action plan, based on feedback gathered from the open data community and government officials|
|Start date: October 2016||End date: February 2017|
|Publish the action plan|
|Start date: March 2017||End date: April 2017|
|Develop a public dashboard for reporting against the action plan goals|
|Start date: April 2017||End date: June 2017|
|Seek public feedback on the proposed public dashboard|
|Start date: May 2017||End date: June 2017|
|Regularly update the public dashboard on government progress toward the goals|
|Start date: July 2017||End date: Ongoing|