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The Coronavirus crisis is simultaneously mobilising public administrations and numerous civil society actors in the world, as well as the academic community and the press, around data collecting, cleaning, verification and editorial. There has been a tremendous need for accurate data from the very beginning of the epidemic, for public information and transparency needs as well as for the crisis management itself. This article tells the story of how health administrations, the government and civil society worked together to open the COVID-19 data in France at the beginning of the epidemic
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DataFrance is an open data visualization platform. Thanks to an interactive map and more than 36,000 files dedicated to each municipality, their platform allows consultation, comparison and analysis of data throughout France. For each municipality, they provide more than sixty indicators on various themes, such as population, real estate, education, transport, or environment.
La Bonne Boite is a website for job applicants to get in touch with companies that are regularly, or currently, recruiting. In doing so, the website aims to tackle unemployment and provide access to information that job seekers typically do not have, but are in the hands of the recruiting firms.
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Open data best practices in Europe: Estonia, Slovenia and Ukraine
Data sharing as a service: will data services remove intellectual property rights from the picture, and at what cost?
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The Digital Public Administration (DPA) Factsheet is an annual report published by the European Commission. It provides detailed information on how digitalisation is improving the delivery of government services and enhancing citizen engagement in the decision-making processes across European countries. The annual factsheet, first published in 2014, highlights the progress made by EU nations in e-governance and digital transformation of government agencies over the year. The DPA Factsheet 2022 gives an up-to-date account of the great improvements nations have made over the year. For instance
The recent publication by data.europa.eu, Rethinking the impact of open data, is the first step in the process of defining the methodology for a pan-European study on the impact of open data. The report, first in a series of four, provides an overview of the existing literature on the impact of open data, focusing on the use of open data portals, intermediaries and automated tools. Given the extent of open data availability, impact assessments often have a narrowly defined scope or explore the impact of existing open data frameworks, such as the Open Data Maturity (ODM) and Open Data Barometer
The EU continues to promote open data policies by making more Public Sector Information (PSI) available for public use. As a part of its current initiative, high-value datasets from a pre-defined list would be openly available to facilitate new information products, especially in Artificial Intelligence (AI). The EU’s public sector is heavily data-intensive, with open public data or PSI playing a significant role in the EU data economy. Allowing openly accessible data to be reused can drive economic growth, address societal challenges, promote evidence-based policymaking, and increase
Eurostat has launched the European Statistics Awards Programme to foster engagement with the innovation community. Additionally, competitions in the fields of Nowcasting and Web Intelligence are also launched to identify promising methodologies that could improve the production of European statistics. The first European Statistics Award for Web Intelligence is a Deduplication Challenge, which was launched in December 2022. The focus of the challenge is to identify potential duplicate Online Job Advertisements (OJA) on websites. By addressing a real-world situation, this challenge aims to