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Homer-OD Plans 

Each HOMER project partner Region including the countries of Cyprus, Montenegro, Malta and Slovenia, developed a holistic, Open Data Action Plan which establishes the medium and long term strategy and actions required, in order to open their Public Sector Information and to achieve the maximum benefits from their reuse.

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OD PLAN GUIDE AND TEMPLATE


This document consists of a ready to use Template and guidelines on how to create your own Public Sector Open Data Action Plan based on the implementation experiences of 13 Mediterranean Public Authorities participating in HOMER Project.

 

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OD PLAN ARAGON (SPAIN)

 

The Aragón region action plan developed by SARGA  analyses the main obstacles to Open Data dissemination and adoption in the region. As a result of such analysis, a series of actions are proposed that will help to make further progress towards the openness and harmonisation of data resources, as well as the encouragement of all other stakeholders in the area. Additional efforts and investments are also included in order to empower government and civil society to make better use of available government data, as well as to measure the impact of such initiatives, something that will help us to make the right informed choices.

 

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OD PLAN AGENCIA DE GESTIÓN AGRARIA Y PESQUERA DE ANDALUCÍA (AGAPA) (SPAIN)

 

The Agencia de Gestión Agraria y Pesquera de Andalucía’s (AGAPA) Open Data Strategy and five year plan define the actions proposed for a possible road map which could be approved and implemented in our Region by the Regional Authorithy in Digital Policy, always in line with the HOMER Federation. The aim is to increase the opening public sector information and its re-use within an harmonizing data disclosure policies. That would help to enhance transparency, reduce bureaucracy as well as bring a regional economical and social growth.

 

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OD PLAN REGIONE PIEMONTE (ITALY)

 

This document aims to highlight the strategies and actions in the short and medium term for the exploitation of business opportunities and the creation of economic growth and services deriving from exploitation of PSI.

 

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OD PLAN PACA REGION (FRANCE)

 

 

The Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur (PACA) Region offers its support to public actors wishing to open their data in a process of harmonization based on its portal: http://opendata.regionpaca.fr. The PACA Region proposes to make data available to citizens and developers thus contribute to the creation of innovative services. Action Plan is the means to structure actions in the long term on six topics: opening & partnership, Open PACA portal, open data liveliness with events on territory, harmonization and evaluation.   The PACA Region proposes fundamental issues of modern policies who driving territorial attractiveness, transparency, innovation and strengthen the digital economy.

 


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OD PLAN COLLECTIVITÉ TERRITORIALE DE CORSE (CTC) (FRANCE)

 

The Collectivité Territoriale de Corse (CTC) started its Open Data initiative in 2011. In June, 2013 the CTC started working on its Open Data portal and moved into a dissemination phase. In April 2014 the CTC launched its Open Data portal - opendata.corse.fr, which now brings together over a hundred datasets. In June 2014 the CTP organised the Hack4Corsica event within the HOMER’s HACK4MED hackathon.
After this initial phase, a phase of the approach consolidation should start before the end of 2014 and be completed by 2016.

 


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OD PLAN SARDINIA REGION (ITALY)

 

The document describes the Open Data Action Plan proposal for Region Sardinia. To date, an Open Data strategy has been lacking for the Region Sardinia. However, thanks to the HOMER project experience, the process of implementation of Open Data has been started with the publication of a regional government decision. The regional government intends to pursue the Open Data strategy in order to improve the quality of the public administration. Open Data is a long term objective. In order to be successful, it must be shared with all the local stakeholders and, most of all, it is essential to increase the awareness of its positive impact as contributor to the socio-economic development of the territory.

 

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OD PLAN VENETO REGION (ITALY)

 

This Action Plan defines the main goals and structural constraints of the Open Data activities of the Veneto Region in the context of the HOMER Project. Starting by the current situation of the regional Public Administrations, and by the actual skills andneeds of its citizens, public servants and private businesses, the Plan defines actionsoriented towards two main general objectives. The first consists of increasing knowledge of Open Data and their benefits at all levels in the Region, from its PublicAdministrations of all sizes to its Small and Medium Enterprises and all its citizens,starting from its students. The second general goal is the maximization, within the limits imposed by the available funds and from the general situation, of the economic benefits of Open Data, both as a source of savings for Public Administrations, and asfundamental raw material for the production of goods and services.

 

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OD PLAN EMILIA-ROMAGNA REGION (ITALY)

 

Emilia-Romagna Action Plan focused the analysis on specific items that characterize the local scenario and a series of obstacles (technical and legal) and recommendations for its adjustments.   The plan identifies three main objectives: economic growth, partnerships, involving potential users. In this framework the impact of European funds are crucial for the success of future projects because it can regularize the stimulation process and the involvement of citizens in this endeavour.   Two Gantt charts are intended to describe in detail the medium and long term actions that will be undertaken by the Region between now and 2018.

 

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OD PLAN LOCAL COUNCILS´ ASSOCIATION  (MALTA)

 

As part of the Homer project, LCA developed an Open Data Strategy and Action plan which proposes a shorter to longer term implementation of a proposal for Malta. It is being developed as part of the HOMER project, within the parameters of action and objectives agreed by the partners, and taking into consideration the unique circumstances of Malta. The recommendations are owned by the Maltese partner, the Local Council’s Association (LCA), and are intended to guide the relevant agencies and authorities in setting out the course of action that will be needed in the coming years.I t is envisaged that the Action Plan will be monitored by MITA through an autonomous quality assurance committee. Detailed quality assurance procedures will be identified at the preliminary stages and significant action to be made identified or planned.

 

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OD PLAN GEODETIC INSTITUTE OF SLOVENIA (SLOVENIA)

 

The importance of open and transparent data is also recognizable in Slovenia since it is a key tool in the fight for an open, transparent and therefore more accountable public administration.
Geodetic Institute of Slovenia addresses most of the open issues in HOMER with involvement of responsible authorities on a national level. With their participation we can create possibility for further development of the results of HOMER in the official capacity and give opportunities for acceptance of new approaches by opening data at national level.
Slovenia established in 2010 the interoperability portal NIO which is a basic cornerstone of the national interoperability framework in Slovenia. NIO portal enables publishing open data and applications. Geodetic institute of Slovenia proposed a series of actions that will help to promote the national open data portal and provide support to development of national open data portal.

 

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OD PLAN DECENTRALISED ADMINISTRATION OF CRETE (GREECE)

 

The “Open Crete” Strategy consists of a milestone regarding the opening of PSI information in Greece as it is the first Open Data Action plan of a Decentralised Administration in the country. Developed using a participatory approach and extensive review of international best practice, the Open Crete Strategy presents a 5 year plan of short and long term actions, ranging from technical and legislative measures to more soft education and governance activities. The Strategy aims to openly share PSI in support of the islands sustainable development goals.

 

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OD PLAN SEWERAGE BOARD OF LIMASSOL-AMATHUS (CYPRUS)

The Open Data Strategy and Action Plan for Cyprus presents the current situation in the country with regards to open data and proposes a series of actions that will encourage its public sector to embrace the open data initiatives, understand the potential of providing up its datasets in a truly open manner so as to achieve all the benefits listed above.The study aims to put in place a concrete action plan for the effective implementation of a national open data policy in Cyprus that vis-à-vis an accommodating legal framework, will truly open up the information owned and collected by the government.

 

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OD PLAN "MEDITERRANEAN" UNIVERSITY (MONTENEGRO)

The document proposes guidelines for the implementation of Open Data in Montenegro. Its intended use is to provide guidelines for future government actions on implementing Open Data strategies in Montenegro. This document has been generated, based on European and candidate countries´ good practices. It’s a recommendation document that could be used for the implementation of short term and long term action plans for Open Data in Montenegro. It also contains propositions that could serve as a good strategy basis to be implemented should the Ministry for Information Society and Telecommunications of the Government of Montenegro decide to bring forward a formal decision to initiate Open Data implementation.

 

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