Open Data in Brasil

Open Data in Brasil

Apresentação realizada no Global e-Government Fórum - Astana, Kazakhstan.

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Fernanda Hoffmann Lobato

October 08, 2014
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  1. Open Data in Brasil Kazakhstan, october 8, 2014

  2. E-Government Department • Support other agencies to implement e-services in

    federal government; • Research and best practices; • Develop web integration enviroments; • Define and implement standards in e-government.
  3. Brazilian e-government • Established in 2000. • The brazilian e-government

    policy following a set of guidelines that act on three fronts: • with the citizen; • improving internal management; • integration with partners and suppliers.
  4. Guidelines • Citizens and businesses perceive the government like a

    unity; • Public services available on multiple platforms; • Ease of technological improvement; • Transparency and integrate vision of the government's flows; • Quality parameters for services and public information; • Ease of communication flow and integration of State process.
  5. Transparency Legal Framework • Lei Complementar nº 131, de 27

    de maio de 2009 – Capiberibe Law • Decreto de 15 de setembro de 2011 (Establishes the National Action Plan on Open Government) • Lei nº 12.527, de 18 de novembro de 2011 (Access to Information Law) • Lei nº 12.965, de 23 de abril de 2014 (Brazilian Civil Rights Framework for the Internet )
  6. Standards e-Government Web Standards Stablishes a flow of creation, development

    and maintenance in the management of Government sites. e-Government Interoperability Standards Defines a minimum set of policies and specifications. Provide conditions for interaction with other levels of government and society. • e-Government Accessibility Standards Set of recommendations to be considered for the process of accessibility on Brazilian Government sites.
  7. Why should use open data? Federal e-gov cloud: • 1.668

    sites (904 pages on average) • 1.507.568 pages (total)
  8. Citizens complain • 63% - I prefer to personally contact

    • 14% The services I need are hard to find • 14% Concern for safety and security of my personal data • 12% Use the Internet to contact government is too complicated • ...
  9. Collaborative Construction

  10. The best use that can be done with your data

    will certainly be developed by others.
  11. INDA - National Infrastructure of Open Data Set of standards,

    technologies, procedures and control mechanisms required to meet the conditions of dissemination of open data • Participants from over 30 institutions Major goals: • Provide search, access, and reuse of public data; • Coordinate the standardization in the generation, storage, access and dissemination of data and information from government. • Encourage and foster collaboration with citizens in the implementation of new services.
  12. Open georeferenced data iniciative - INDE Infraestrutura Nacional de Dados

    Espaciais Disseminação de mapas, imagens de satélite e outros dados georreferenciados
  13. where did my money?

  14. Fuel prices

  15. The school that we want 18 15 /

  16. Guidelines for Development of Open Government Data • Expand the

    availability of government data in open format, including georeferenced • Free public access, without prior identification or justification of use • Published in complete and granular as possible, unless restrictions of confidentiality and privacy • Provide timely data: Automatic publications • Ensure unique and permanent URL
  17. Guidelines for Development of Open Government Data • Encourage the

    development of applications using the open data • Stimulate intra-governmental dialogue and society • Respect interoperability standards (e-PING) and accessibility (e-MAG); • Promote open data policies in states and cities
  18. Fernanda.lobato@planejamento.gov.br @egovbr @dadosgovbr