Open Data Pathway: introducing country-level statistics

Over 290 organisations use the Open Data Pathway to benchmark their open data practice and develop plans to improve. Stephen Gates shares how its new feature allows new analysis around how well organisations and countries do, internationally By Stephen Gates ODI Queensland is an ODI Pioneer Node in Australia. We provide an Open Data Maturity […]

Open Government Partnership – Australia

The Australian Government’s first Open Government National Action Plan is now in place! Australia’s first Open Government National Action Plan was submitted to the Open Government Partnership Global Summit in Paris in December 2016. A full copy of the Plan is available here. The creation of a National Action Plan is part of the commitment the […]

Open Data Certificates

Open Data Certificates boost data publishing standards

The ODI has updated Open Data Certificates, introducing refreshed badge levels, an auto-certification tool and improved website to make certifying quality open data publishing easier. Open Data Certificates are the mark of quality and trust for open data. Learn more…

Who owns our data infrastructure?

Data is the raw material that will help us meet 21st century challenges: to reduce friction in our economy, increase our sustainability and create opportunities to innovate. Our data infrastructure is as important as our physical infrastructure. A strong data infrastructure will increase interoperability and collaboration, efficiency and productivity in public and private sectors, nationally […]

What are ODI Nodes: Creating a global network

The ODI Nodes are an important part of our global network. The last year has seen significant growth: we have welcomed Rio, Devon, Queensland and Athens to the community; our first group of nodes have become ODI registered trainers; our community of nodes have collaborated with us to deliver global projects; and the network is […]