市場調査レポート

オープンデータとGov2.0を取り巻く動向と市場

The Emerging Landscape and Markets Around Open Data and Gov 2.0

発行 Ovum, Ltd. 商品コード 255204
出版日 ページ情報 英文 24 Pages
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オープンデータとGov2.0を取り巻く動向と市場 The Emerging Landscape and Markets Around Open Data and Gov 2.0
出版日: 2012年07月08日 ページ情報: 英文 24 Pages
概要

当レポートでは、オープンデータとGov2.0を取り巻く動向と市場について調査分析を行い、市場状況を考察するとともに、Gov2.0の動向およびガバナンスとITへの影響などについてまとめ、概略下記の構成で取り上げております。

第1章 サマリー

  • 発展要因
  • Ovumの見解
  • 主なメッセージ

第2章 背景:Gov2.0入門

  • 概要
  • 開かれた政府は目的ではなくプロセスである
  • オープンデータは開かれた政府の重要な構成要素
  • データ開示のプロセス:選択、タイミング、評価
  • Gov2.0は、プラットフォームu201dを実践した真のu201c政府
  • オープン・ガバメント・パートナーシップ(OGP)は重要な一歩
  • 地方自治体は政府より迅速に動ける

第3章 米国における開かれた政府に関する方針の状況

  • 概要
  • 第一の波:Open Government Directive
  • 第二の波:米国行動計画とデジタル政府戦略
  • 障害

第4章 商業機会

  • 米国の方針の成功がカギに
  • コンテンツマネジメントシステム(CMS)
  • 企業間協力
  • 市民参加のプラットフォーム
  • アナリティクス/BI:ビッグデータとオープンデータの交差
  • マッシュアップ、アプリ、消費者向けサービス:全くの未知数

第5章 提案

  • 政府への提案
  • 企業への提案

付録

目次
Product Code: IT007-000642

Abstract

Introduction

It is a contested question: Is a market arising around Gov 2.0? Given that the movement is still nascent, its players fragmented, and direction unclear, the answer is not obvious.

Highlights

  • In Ovum's view, open data - the switch of data from proprietary to freely usable - is a means to increase citizen trust in government and fulfill transparency goals, share information internally between agencies, and provide the basis for co-creation between government and the citizen.

Features Benefits

  • Provides insight into the market and landscape shaping up around open data.
  • Discusses the Gov 2.0 trend and its implications on governance and IT.

Questions Answers

  • How does my organization fit into the Gov 2.0 movement?
  • What are the major obstacles facing the rise of open government?

Table of Contents

SUMMARY

  • Catalyst
  • Ovum view
  • Key messages

THE CONTEXT: A PRIMER ON GOV 2.0

  • Overview
  • Open government as an ongoing process, not a destination
  • Open data is a necessary component of open government
    • Five types of stakeholder
    • Two categories of data
  • The process of opening data: selecting, timing, and evaluating
    • Defining u201chigh-valueu201d data
    • Open data standards and important data sets
  • Gov 2.0 is really u201cgovernment as a platformu201d in action
    • Sharing is caring: open source is integral to the government-as-a-platform vision
  • The Open Government Partnership (OGP) is a key step forward
    • OGP's clout moving forward
  • Municipalities can move faster than national governments

THE STATE OF OPEN GOVERNMENT POLICY IN THE US

  • Overview
  • First wave: the Open Government Directive
  • Second wave: US National Action Plan & Digital Government Strategy
    • The US National Action Plan
    • White House Digital Government Strategy
  • Obstacles
    • Spin and propaganda will emerge
    • Government as a platform can be an excuse to cut back on government services
    • Unintended impacts arise from weak governance structures
    • Empowering the empowered
    • Specter of the mosaic effect
    • Digitizing data from hard-copy records: a long way to go
    • Structuring unstructured data
    • Will citizens actually respond?
    • Difficulties posed by moving towards realtime release of data

COMMERCIAL OPPORTUNITIES

  • Success of US policy is key
  • Content management systems (CMSs)
  • Enterprise collaboration
  • Citizen engagement platforms
  • Analytics/BI: intersection of Big Data and open data
    • CSC as an example for larger vendors
  • Mashups, apps, and services for consumers: the great unknown
    • Civic entrepreneurship
    • Collaborative consumption start-ups
    • Real estate
    • Science and research
    • Healthcare
    • Energy and environment

RECOMMENDATIONS

  • Recommendations for government
  • Recommendations for companies

APPENDIX

  • Further reading
  • Methodology
  • Author
  • Ovum Consulting
  • Disclaimer

Figures

  • Figure 1: Two waves of recent open government policy in the US federal government
  • Figure 2: The layers of digital services as envisioned by US government
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