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“Making Public Data Public”: the Commercial opportunity with Public Sector Information (PSI). www.shaneoneill.co.uk. Our story today. Part 1 - the Walls of Jericho : evolution of a public policy Part 2 – the Promised Land? : what might it mean for you?. www.data.gov.uk.

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www shaneoneill co uk

“Making Public Data Public”:

the Commercial opportunity with Public Sector Information (PSI)

www.shaneoneill.co.uk

our story today
Our story today
  • Part 1 - the Walls of Jericho : evolution of a public policy
  • Part 2 – the Promised Land? : what might it mean for you?

www.data.gov.uk

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why psi is important
Why PSI is important...
  • European Union the public sector accounts it accounts for 42% to 59% of GDP
  • 25% of B2B information is PSI derived
  • Can be high value:
    • data
    • authoritative
    • uncontested (registrations etc)
    • becoming more free ly available
  • Now the focus of a concerted drive to make more accessible

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cross party
Cross party
  • “our plans to open up government data and spending information will not only help us to cut wasteful spending, it will also create an estimated £6 billion in additional value for the UK.”
  • - Manifesto April 2010
  • “Information is the key. An informed citizen is a powerful citizen.”
  • - 7 December 2009

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queen s speech right to data act
Queen’s speech...”Right to Data Act”

“The Right to Data Act will give members of the public a legally enforceable ‘Right to Data’, so that the public has the right to appeal if public bodies refuse requests for data collected by government. This radical policy will help transform the culture of the public sector from one that presumes secrecy to one that presumes datasets should be open and shared with the public on an ongoing basis. By releasing data that can be used by businesses and social enterprises, the Right to Data Act will provide a multi-billion pound boost to the UK economy.”

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policy evolution
Part 1: The Walls of JerichoPolicy evolution

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regulation drivers
Regulation drivers
  • Open democracy – empowering the citizen
  • Competition law – liberating markets

Statutory Instrument 2005 No. 1515

The Re-use of Public Sector Information Regulations 2005

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efficiency innovation
Efficiency & Innovation
  • Need to make Government more efficient
  • Elimination of 2800+ websites
  • Government and citizen transact digitally
  • Industry utilise PSI

Gershon

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...fundamental issues of public sector commercial self interest and culture...

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trading funds
Trading Funds
  • Government:
    • Trading Funds
    • Importance in terms of £££
    • But more so in terms of efficiency & culture
  • OS particularly important:
    • Civil defence/disaster planning
    • Everything happens in a place
    • Growth of geo-spatial applications

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os waves the rules
OS waves the rules
  • Restrictive licencing
  • Very expensive
  • Further restrictions on derived data
  • Offended basic principles of regulations and policy
    • Differential pricing
    • Cross subsidy
    • Lack of transparency
    • Anti-competitive behaviour

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years of reports
Years of reports....
  • OFT report and Cambridge report estimated value of UK PLC of less restrictive licencing of PSI = £1 billion p.a. (i.e. Double the revenues of the Trading Funds)
  • Recommended simpler licencing, stronger regulation and transparency between public task and commercial operations of Government bodies
  • Plainspeak: open up the data, do away with restrictive licencing and you’ll get more in tax revenues than in Trading Funds profit

Commercial Use of Public Sector

Information (CUPI), 2006

Models of Public Sector Information Provision via Trading Funds, 2008

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slugging it out
Slugging it out...

V

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...deep cultural barriers...

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...further pressure from Cabinet Office...& Power of Information report & Guardian’s Free Our Data

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further tipping factors
Further tipping factors
  • Obama administration’s commitment to open and collaborative government – creation www.data.gov:
    • in May 2009, Data.gov had just 47 data sets. By April 2010, it had more than 168,000
  • MPs expenses scandal, May 2009 – need to exemplify transparency

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OFT

Commercial

Use of Public

Information

Power of Information

Report

Trading

Funds

Assessment

Digital

Britain

Final

Report

Cambridge

Report

December

2006

April

2007

February

2008

November

2009

June

2009

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...final tipping factor...

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the dialog went like this
The dialog went like this....

“Tim, what can UK PLC we do to

unleash the power of the internet?

“Put all your data online”

“”OK, let’s do it”

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walls of jericho fall
Walls of Jericho fall...
  • November 2009 – PM announces that key OS datasets should be free
  • January 2010 - Launch of Data Gov UK
  • OPSI simplifies licencing and introduces Creative Commons approach
  • COI leads new semantic web push for Government websites
  • April 2010: launch of OS OpenData & OpenSpace
  • May 2010: new Creative Commons public sector licencing

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os opendata
OS OpenData

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os openspace
OS OpenSpace

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data gov uk
Data Gov UK

3295

Datasets

(15/05/10)

US Data Gov went from 47 to 168,000 2009/10

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“Education”

289

datasets

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“Prescriptions”

673

datasets

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Copyright simplified

You are free:

Live

May 2010

to Share — to copy, publish and distribute the content

to Adapt — to adapt the content

With the following conditions:

Acknowledgment — You need to say who originated the content wherever you publish it.

You must not use the content in a deliberately misleading way.

Read the full licence

Creative Commons

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OFT

Commercial

Use of Public

Information

Power of Information

Report

Trading

Funds

Assessment

Digital

Britain

Final

Report

Putting The

Frontline First:

Smarter

Government

Making Public Data Public

Data.Gov.uk

OS Opendata

Cambridge

Report

Tim

Berners Lee:

Government

Advisor

December

2006

April

2007

February

2008

November

2009

June

2009

June

2009

November 2009 –

April 2010

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obstacles remain but opportunities too
Obstacles remain...but opportunities too
  • Large scale OS data still charged for
  • Future of PAF – postcode address file
  • Data Gov UK is just early (and tiny) sampling – a declaration of intent
  • Inertia/other preoccupations in Government departments
  • Difficulties for private sector in dealing with public sector
  • During time it will take, opportunities for early movers

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credit rating risk management
Credit rating & risk management
  • Companies House
  • Electoral Roll
  • County Court Decisions
  • Postcode address file
  • postcode + DVLA
  • plus any other searchable due diligence data

PSI Publishing

Recipes 1

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Public Sector Information (PSI):

    • Environment Agency
    • BGS
    • Others
  • Own IP:
    • Historic mapping data
  • Mash up:
    • Reliable/ integrity/ accuracy/updated
  • Added Value tools:
    • Risk management / due diligence
  • Brand:
    • From scratch within 5 years
  • Workflow:
    • Addressed specific issue in target client workflow
  • High growth (now successful DMGT subsidiary)
  • Real barriers to entry

PSI Publishing

Recipes 2

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Public Sector Information (PSI):

    • Department of Health
    • ONS
    • Health research sector
    • Others
  • Own IP:
    • Actually very little in terms of data
  • Mash up:
    • Risk adjustment / independence / reliability / updated
  • Added Value tools:
    • Healthcare management dashboards / performance management comparators
  • Brand:
    • From scratch within 5 years
  • Workflow:
    • Addressed specific issue in target client workflow
  • High growth (now 50% owned by Government)
  • Real barriers to entry – one chief competitor

PSI Publishing

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bright ideas
Bright ideas...?
  • Environment Agency pollutions data – plus geo-coding plus company hierarchy : ranking companies as part of CSR
  • DVLR where release of full (anonymised) geo-coded registration data would aid both automotive and general consumer profiling
  • HM Courts Services – where there is rafts of unreleased data round bankruptcies and winding up orders etc which would enrich company analyses
  • Others...?

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who we are
Who we are

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how we can help
How we can help...
  • Identify opportunities within your markets & customer workflows – Your Place in the Value Chain workshop
  • Discover apposite PSI data opportunities
  • Develop relationships within public sector bodies
  • Navigate remaining issues: regulatory, cultural, licencing and contractual

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what can you do
What can you do?
  • having your own IP exclusively is great....but not enough
  • your true IP is your Brand & knowledge of your customer needs
  • Identify which of your customer problems your are trying to solve
  • & see if there is relevant public sector information which can enrich your customer experience and your own applications

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[email protected]

www.shaneoneill.co.uk

Office: 0208 747 0540

Mobile: 07710 350214

Skype: shanegoneill

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