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  1. Open Data Neil Fantom Manager, Data Group nfantom@worldbank.org 2011 Law and Justice Development Week Washington DC

  2. We use Open Data every day…

  3. We use Open Data every day…

  4. Open Data, Open Knowledge, Open Solutions • Open Data • Share data on what we know and what we do • Open Knowledge • Work with others to collect, share and analyze data, measure results, increase knowledge • Open Solutions • Engage in new ways to find solutions to development problems

  5. April 20, 2010

  6. We went from this

  7. To this - data.worldbank.org

  8. Free, and available in five languages

  9. Legally open You are free to use our data for commercial and non-commercial purposes at no cost…

  10. Legally Open Terms of Use for data based on a Creative Commons model (with attribution) Encourages use and re-use, including for commercial purposes Incorporates a list of data excluded from re-use Requires attribution to World Bank and primary source But no endorsement, no association, no warranties, no liabilities

  11. Technically open

  12. Technically open

  13. Open about what we know

  14. Development indicators

  15. Data from operations

  16. Data from surveys microdata.worldbank.org

  17. Open about our research and analysis

  18. Open about what we do

  19. Mapping for Results

  20. Finances

  21. Publishing using open standards

  22. Doing well (but more to do)

  23. Aid transparency and effectiveness

  24. Open to new engagement

  25. Partnerships

  26. Innovation

  27. The Winners…

  28. Data collection and feedback

  29. Supporting others to be open

  30. Clients are doing Open Data

  31. Creating new ecosystems around data Kenya Moldova

  32. But let’s not forget this…

  33. A few of the things we’ve learnt

  34. Free data is not free Revenues Investment

  35. But it’s good for the data business

  36. Others can do it better

  37. There’s more Open Data out there

  38. The last thought

  39. A public good for the public good