ePSIplus
the catalyst to exploiting
PSI within Europe
Chris Corbin
ePSIplus Analyst
Reykjavik, Iceland, 5.09.07
funded by eContentPlus
Presentation outline
Section 1 Introduction
Section 2 Overview of Directive 2003/98/EC
(EEA Decision No. 105/2005)
Section 3 Overview of ePSIplus thematic network
Section 4 Summary
Iceland in the European perspective
Sq. kms. Population
(millions) (millions)
Iceland
EU27
Europe
World
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0.103
4.325
9.9
135.8
0.3
490
728
5,847
Countries
1
27
44
200+
S1: Definition
Public Sector Information re-use
“the use by person or legal entities of documents (data,
information) held by public sector bodies, for commercial or non
commercial purposes other than the initial purpose within the
public task for which the documents (data, information) were
produced.
Exchange of documents between public sector bodies purely in
pursuit of their public tasks does not constitute re-use.”
Source: PSI Directive 2003/98/EC Article 2.4 31.12.2003
Iceland Law 50/1996 as amended Article 24
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S1: PSI re-use diagrammatic perspective
Public
Sector
European Union
Level 0
Level 1
Level 1
Member State level
Member State level
Level 2
Regional, Provincial level
Level 2
Regional, Provincial level
Level 3
Local level
Private
Sector
Level 3
Local level
Value Added Information providers
(for example real time road data)
Civil Citizens, Education, Research, Voluntary
Society Representative organisations
Consumers (Customers)
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Value
Chain
S1: PSI data flows (internal)
New PSI & Updates to
existing PSI
Current or existing
Public Sector Information
available for reuse
PSI
moved to the
National
Archives
PSI
Deleted
Iceland Law 50/1996 as
amended Article 25
paragraph 3 bullet b may
need qualifying
Wow opportunities galore!
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S1: Data
Temporal aspect of value of data or information
100
90
80
70
V a l ue
60
50
40
30
20
10
Time
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252
243
234
225
216
207
198
189
180
171
162
153
144
135
126
117
108
99
90
81
72
63
54
45
36
27
9
18
0
0
S1: Public Sector Information
There is no Data Access framework in place at the EU level.
Within Members States the access to data and information is often based on the Freedom of Information
laws where they exist.
Total set of public sector data held by the public sector
Public sector data produced
as part of the public task
Legal basis:
• Data Privacy (Directive 95/46/EC & 2002/77/EC - MS compliant 24.10.98)
• Database protection (Directive 96/9/EC)
• Access to environmental information (Directive 2003/4/EC - MS compliant 14.02.05)
• Re-use of PSI (Directive 2003/98/EC - MS Compliant 1.07.05)
• Intellectual Property Rights (Directive 2004/48/EC - MS compliant by 29.04.06)
• Public procurement (Directive 2004/18/EC - MS Compliant 31.01.06)
• INSPIRE (Directive 2007/2/EC - MS Compliant 15 May 2009)
EU Treaty
• Article’s 81 & 82
In the wings!
eGovernment (COM/2003/0406 & COM/2004/0219)
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Held by over a million public
organisations within the EU
and used by over 50+ million
public sector employees!
Few laws but the
application of them
within the public sector
is as diverse as the EU
populations DNA,
fingerprints or images
of the iris of the eye!
S1: PSI Directive legal relationships
Directive 95/46/EC
Privacy
Article 4.2
24.10.98
Directive 2003/4/EC
FOI Environment
Article 2.5
14.02.05
Directive 2003/98/EC
PSI Re-use
1.07.05
Article 2.1
Directive 2007/2/EC
Article 13.3
INSPIRE
All Directives listed appertain:
- to data either access too or use of;
- to all parts of society
14.05.09
Iceland Law 50/1996 as amended article 26
Issues to think about in Icelandic context
- How are these Directives (Laws) regulated and by whom?
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- Is the regulation consistent and seamless?
S1: Data - the funnel effect!
The PSI POT
Legislation
Iceland Law 50/1996 as amended Article 25
Culture: Public Servants
& Organisation
Locating it!
IPR Ownership
Data
Available for re-use
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Iceland Law 50/1996 as amended Article 27
paragraph 2
Iceland Law 50/1996 as amended Article 24, 4th
paragraph bullet 2.
S1: Assessing a business opportunity
Considering the re-use of PSI opportunity!
An
IDEA!
IDEA
Viable?
N
Y
Produce
Business
Plan
Viable?
Y
Build
N
Launch
&
Sustain
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Time to Market
Time factors that will be considered:
• Window of opportunity
• Time to achieve return on investment
• Period of profitability
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Business testing & planning
• Market analysis
• Resource analysis
• Risk analysis
• Price analysis
• Growth analysis
• Sustainability analysis
S1: PSI Data flows
PSI Sold
PSI re-users
(Value Chain)
PSI Free
PSI not
available
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Customer
S1: Value chain
Economic analysis: simplified model for re-use of PSI
Other Data
Suppliers
Commercial re-use sector
Data, Games, Navigation, databases, etc.
Producer
Information
Consumers
Risk, Catchment, Design (architecture, civil engineering), etc
Professional
Services
PSI
Information services, travel planning, catalogues, tourism, etc.
Content Providers
Related areas that impact: eGovernment as public sector moves down stream,procurement, PPP
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S1: Value chain
Simplified Value Chain
Public
Sector Trading
Data
Collector
P
S
I
Data
packager
Data
Data
Collector
packager
Linguistic
Services
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Data
Locator
Services
Data
Integrator
Data
Wholesaler
Data
Distributor
Semantic
Services
Directory
Services
Data
Integrator
Financial
Services
Customer
S1: The European Union
490 Million people
Multi-lingual
(23+ Languages)
Multi-cultural
900,000+ public sector
organisation’s (Employs
45+ million people)
25 million SME’s (Employs
75+ million people)
Euro Zone (2007)
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S1: EU Lisbon Strategy
At the Lisbon Summit of March 2000, the EU Heads of
State and Government set a goal for the EU over the next
decade to become:
"the most competitive and dynamic knowledge-based
economy in the world, capable of sustainable economic
growth with more and better jobs and greater social
cohesion.” (by March 2010!)
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S1: EU Lisbon Strategy continued
Building the EU Information Society and Knowledge Economy
Liberalisation of Services
Liberalisation of Data
Liberalisation of Telecommunications
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Services
Directive
PSI
Presentation - section 2
An overview
of
Directive 2003/98/EC
Presentation - Section 2
Above available from URL: http://ec.europa.eu/information_society/policy/psi/library/index_en.htm
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S2: Background & history
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July 1988: European Council agree establishment of an information
services market.
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1989: Guidelines published for improving the synergy between the public
and private sectors in the information market. (Sets out 19 principles)
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Jan 1999: Green paper on Public Sector Information: A key resource for
Europe adopted by the EC.
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Oct 2001: European Commission adopts a communication on the re-use
and the commercial exploitation of PSI: Creating a EU Framework for the
exploitation of PSI.
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Jan 2002: European Commission publishes a consultation document:
Towards a EU Framework for the exploitation of PSI.
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Jun 2002: European Commission adopts draft Directive.
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31st Dec 2003: The PSI Directive came into force giving member states (25)
18 months to implement. (1st July 2005)
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S2: EU PSI Directive
Directive 2003/98/EC of the European Parliament and of the
Council of 17 November 2003 on the re-use of public sector
information. (Published in the Official Journal of the European Union
L345 31.12.2003 (Pages 90 to 96))
The PSI Directive is a legal instrument (at the macro
economic level) which has the objective of stimulating the
internal market by introducing a general framework for the
conditions governing the re-use of public sector documents.
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S2: Establishing the PSI framework
Status as at 31st May 2007
Year
MS
Transposed
2003
15
10!
2004
25
10
2007
27
2
Total
27
22
4
1
31
23
EFTA
2007
Grand
Total
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S2: Establishing the PSI framework
EU27 Transposition status as at 31 August 2007
19%
15%
55%
11%
New Laws
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Amended Existing Laws
Existing laws covered
Not Transposed
Presentation - section 3
An overview
S3: ePSIplus - Purpose
The thematic Network will:
– Support the implementation of the European Directive on PSI re-use;
– Facilitate the major opportunities for business to develop value added
products and services based on PSI.
The network will be active for 30 months from the 1st September
2006 through to 28th February 2009 (which covers the period
leading up to the PSI Directive review in 2008 by the European
Parliament.)
Cover all Member (EU, EEA, EFTA) and candidate states
Covers all PSI domains
ePSIplus will focus on five major themes
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S3: ePSIplus - Major themes
1. Legal and regulatory progress and impact (including implementation of the
Directive)
2. Public sector organisation and culture change (including compliance with the
Directive)
3. Encouraging PSI re-use business
4. The financial impact of the Directive: pricing and charging (including
impact on public sector costs and budget)
5. Information management, standards and data quality
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S3: ePSIplus - Meetings
1 Network kick off meeting held in Prague, 30/31 October 2006
15 Thematic cross-border meetings
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Legal & Regulation theme
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Meeting 1, 31 August 2007, Copenhagen, Denmark
Meeting 2, 19 October 2007, Brussels, Belgium
Pricing impact theme
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Meeting 1, 11 April 2007, Prague, Czech Republic
Meeting 2, 8 October 2007, Bratislava, Slovak Republic
Encouraging PSI re-use business theme
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Meeting 1, 16 February 2007, Hague, Netherlands (Report published)
Meeting 2, 10 - 11 September 2007, Paphos, Cyprus
Public Sector Organisation theme
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(3 per thematic area)
Meeting 1: 19 - 20 April 2007, Helsinki, Finland (Report published)
Meeting 2: 1 - 2 November 2007, London, UK
Meeting 3: June 2008, Rome, Italy
Standards theme
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Meeting 1: 5 July 2007, London, UK (Report published)
Meeting 2: 26 - 27 November, Riga, Latvia
All the materials from the meetings are available on the ePSIplus web site
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Red - means the meeting has taken place or is taking place
S3: ePSIplus - Meetings
35 National and Federal level meetings
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Cyprus 20 February 2007 (Report published)
France 14 June 2007
Iceland 5 September 2007
Netherlands 27 September 2007
Finland 2 October 2007
Ireland 25 October 2007
UK 30 October 2007
Slovenia 7 November 2007
Germany 6 December 2007
Belgium 11 December 2007
Final Conference (May 2008)
All the materials from the meetings are available on the ePSIplus web site
Red - means the meeting has taken place or is taking place
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S3: ePSIplus web site
Home page
Live: 27.09.06
Objective:
To become the
first port of call
for information
on PSI re-use
Target
5000+ Registered
PSI stakeholders
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S3: ePSIplus - Publications
Quarterly Update (Newsletter) available on the ePSIplus web site
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S3 - Encouraging PSI re-use business
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S3: Summary
Assess and report on the impact of the Re-use PSI Directive.
Demonstrate (through the network) the improved
understanding of re-use of PSI across Europe
Report and propose recommendations for the PSI Directive
Review.
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Presentation - section 4
Summary
S4: Summary
CONFIDENCE
FRAMEWORK
FOR THE
RE-USER
PSI Re-users
PSI
Public Sector
PSIH’s
Framework
PSI Re-users
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Boosts the knowledge economy
COST EFFECTIVE
FOR THE
PUBLIC SECTOR
S4: Summary
PSI Directive - the WIN WIN framework
PSI Framework
Public Sector
PSIH
PSI Re-user
Central PSI portal
Can be referred to minimal
resources
Speed
Understanding
Standard Licence
No negotiating
Consistency
Speed
Minimal human intervention
Speed
No charge
No transaction costs
Simple
Marginal cost- pre-published
Minimal transaction
Costs
Quick
Simple
No negotiating
Consistency
Understanding
Easy to assess
Consistent with good data
management
Easy to locate
Exclusive arrangements declared and/or
phased out. (by December 2008)
No negotiating
Easy to understand
Separate accounts between Public Task
and Trading task
Improved business
management
Easy to understand
IPR Management (preferably waive IPR)
Cost effective data
management
Simple
Simple
Simple
Minimal human intervention
Fast and simple
Online click use standard licence
Charges pre-published
Asset Lists
One public sector data regime
Manage requests just as in FOI Regime
The key to success is to KEEP IT SIMPLE!
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S4: Summary
The PSI Directive framework was established to:
- minimise the burden on the public sector of enabling the reuse of public sector information to occur without resources
being diverted from the public task. (apart from the establishment resource costs)
- provides confidence to the potential re-user in that it provides
a balance between the public sector defacto monopoly and the
micro and small enterprises.
- is simple and easy so that it encourages micro and small
enterprises to re-use PSI.
- time is of the essence
- allow innovation to occur
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S4: Summary
Implementation:
- Very poor across Europe as a whole - little political or public sector commitment
- Member States resource allocation low
- Regulation across Europe as a whole is almost non existent
- Where regulation exists decisions are not always enforced
- The spirit of the PSI Directive is not evident - approach often one of denial or resistance partly a cultural issue but also due to competition between public and private bodies with
public using dominant position.
- In some Member States public sector raising legal challenges over Authority of regulator
- Member State competition authorities have been so far slow to react and take action
- Member State Data Protection (Privacy) Information Commissioners decisions not
harmonised.
- Task of compliance left to the Re-user of PSI!
- The value chain is complex and is not simply public sector upstream everyone else down
stream.
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S4: Summary
Transposition:
- Is taking a long time and harmonisation even longer
- The purpose of the Directive has been misinterpreted in some Member
States (considered to be an access law rather than an economic framework)
- Member State lead bodies often do not understand their responsibility
(they see their task as a narrow one of transposition and not more)
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S4: Summary
The ePSIplus thematic network
- is devoted to the PSI vision and strategy
- is people oriented!
- provides a forum within which to share knowledge
- acts as a catalyst to change
- provides the only European PSI knowledge base currently in
existence (via the web site)
- is for everyone involved in PSI irrespective of which sector the
stakeholder operates within.
SO PLEASE STAY INVOLVED with ePSIplus
The key to success is to KEEP IT SIMPLE!
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S4: Summary
Is the EU PSI Directive and its transposition into Icelandic
law?
• Entrepreneurial positive
(it encourages innovation and entry into the market)
• Entrepreneurial neutral
(neither encourages or encourages innovation and entry into the market)
• Entrepreneurial negative
(it discourages innovation and entry into the market)
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Thank you for your attention
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