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4th International Open Data Conference
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Thursday, October 6 • 15:30 - 16:30
Main Session - Scaling Up and Deepening Open Data's Transformative Impact in Open Government

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The purpose of the session is to bring together key sector leaders to showcase examples of how open data is deepening the impact of their work (e.g., natural resources governance through environmental data disclosure, service delivery in health and education, fiscal transparency through open budget data, access to information through proactive disclosure, anti-corruption through open contracting data) and highlight opportunities presented by Open Government Partnership (OGP) to scale up and deepen those efforts.

Through a facilitated roundtable discussion, we hope to:

  1. Establish how open data is the connector and key driver of impact across sectors (health, education, fiscal transparency, access to information, natural resources, and anti-corruption, open contracting, etc.).

  2. Showcase with real examples how open data is being used in OGP countries to deepen the impact of open government reforms at the sector level.

  3. Unpack the theory of change at work and draw conclusions on what’s working, what’s not working, and why and how future interventions can be successful.

  4. Seek ideas on how OGP can scale up and deepen the impact of open government reforms using open data approaches so that it benefits citizens beyond intermediary data users.

By demonstrating real world cases of deployment of open data in OGP countries, we hope participants will develop a better understanding of how OGP can be leveraged for implementing open data interventions across different sectors. Another key outcome is to highlight the role of experts from OGP Working Groups and partners as in leading sectoral open data engagement.

Moderators
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Suneeta Kaimal

NRGI, Chief Operating Officer
Biography: Suneeta Kaimal is the Chief Operating Officer of the Natural Resource Governance Institute (NRGI), ensuring citizens realize the benefits of their countries’ endowments of oil, gas and minerals. NRGI is an independent non-profit organization that works with innovative agents of change within government ministries, civil society, the media, legislatures, the private sector, and international institutions to promote accountable and... Read More →

Speakers
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David Lebryk

Fiscal Assistant, Secretary of the US Department of the Treasure
Biography: David A. Lebryk was appointed the Fiscal Assistant Secretary on June 30, 2014.  In this role, Mr. Lebryk is responsible for developing policy and overseeing the operations of the financial infrastructure of the federal government in the areas of payments, collections, debt financing, accounting, delinquent debt collection, and shared services. Prior to this position, Mr. Lebryk served as the first Commissioner of the Bureau of the... Read More →
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Johanna Pimiento Quintero

Biography: I’m a Systems Engineer of National University of Colombia, specialist in systems information from Universidad de los Andes  and MBA in International Management with a Marketing oriented, from Euncet Business School of Universidad Politecnica from Catalonia, with additional training in Management Project, Finance, e-Government, Open Government, Strategic Management and training as a Coach. I have been working for... Read More →
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Yeama Thompson

Commissioner, Right to Access Information Commission
Biography: Yeama Thompson is a Sierra Leonean media development professional who rose through the ranks from a cub-reporter at the Sierra Leone Daily Mail to an Editor of The Chronicle newspaper in war-time Sierra Leone. During that period, she also conceptualised and produced community radio programs for women and children. | During the 2011 Liberian General Elections, as senior trainer for Journalists for Human Rights, she travelled... Read More →


Thursday October 6, 2016 15:30 - 16:30
Main assembly room

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