Open Data in Public Administration

This course is held in the Czech language.

Annotation: In this lecture, we will learn about the basic principles of open data, their legislative anchorage and their relation to European data policies. Using concrete examples of data handling, we will show how the quality of data provided varies across institutions. The lecture will offer concrete examples of using already published data, on which real applications have been created that you can use daily.

Benefits for the attendees: 

  • Learn about the open data agenda of public administration
  • Learn about the different defining principles of open data
  • Learn how the quality of data provided varies across the public administration of the Czech Republic
  • Learn about upcoming developments in EU data policy
  • Learn how open data and FAIR data differ
  • Learn about how the data.Brno.cz data catalogue works

Level:  beginner, intermediate, advanced

Language: Czech

Prerequisites: Interest in public administration data policy issues

Tutor: Mgr. Martin Dvořák

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Mgr. Martin Dvořák

Mgr. Martin Dvořák is a specialist in data analytics at the EOSC CZ Secretariat within the Institute of Computer Science at MU, where he is responsible for monitoring the state of research data in the Czech Republic. Previously, he worked at the Data and Analysis Department of the Brno City Hall, where he helped develop the data.Brno platform. He also worked in the National Open Data Coordinator team at the Ministry of the Interior, where he helped the public administration develop methodologies and standards for publishing open data. As a social geographer, he specializes in spatial data and exploring its relationships in the territory.

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