How does the future for the reuse of government information and archives look like? On October 6, 2016, during an inspiration session, Open State Foundation and Archive 2020 will present the results of a survey among reusers of public and archives data. What are the possibilities re-users for applications with open data? But what barriers still hinder the effective use and reuse of this type of data? How can we remove obstacles? And what are the benefits of the reuse of information in the view of reusers themselves?
Archive 2020 commissioned Open State Foundation a research and survey among reusers of open government and archives data. They include companies, developers, journalists, NGOs but also governments and archives themselves. The research includes a dozen in-depth interviews and a wide supplementary online survey to provide input on the value of open data, the current supply of open data, data quality and legal framework. What are the experiences of reusers and what advice do they have for data providers? And how can we match supply and demand the best?
During the presentation of the results, also best practices and strategies to overcome barriers will be discussed. But above all we want to talk to you. In an interactive session you will get to work with input from the exploration to enable a vision for reuse of public and archive information.