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Open data

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Bodum, L. (2017). Open data: a common goal but different ways to achieve it. Geoforum Perspektiv, 16(30), 30- 42. https://doi.org/10.5278/ojs.perspektiv.v16i30.2025

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Everyone wants open data, but the road towards it can be both diffi cult and long. Implementation of data portals and ICT solutions for support of the data infrastructure can be initiated from the central government through legislation, regulation and public procurement. This is what you would call a typical top-down implementation. Implementation could also happen with the help of local enthusiasts and the proper organizational structure. This would be referred to as a bottom-up approach to the implementation. In Denmark, you will fi nd examples of both approaches and they will be presented in this article through two specifi c ca- ses from the catalogue of digital solutions for closer public sector collaboration (Regeringen, Kommunernes Lands- forening, & Danske Regioner, 2016). Through universal prin- ciples for open government and open data, the two initiati- ves have a common theoretical platform, but the tools, means and methods used to reach their individual goals are very diff erent. The article will focus on these diff erent means and give some suggestions to which degree the two approa- ches can learn something from each other.

Keywords: Åbne data, Dataportaler, Digitalisering, Grunddata Lars Bodum




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Grunddataprogrammet og datafordeleren

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Summer of Smart hackathons

Kilde: http://grayarea.org/initiative/summer-of-smart/


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Figur 2. De otte delprogrammer i Grunddataprogrammet

Kilde: http://grunddata.dk/#datamodel - nummerering er påsat efterfølgende


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Open Data DK


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