In order to establish mechanisms for collaboration público-privada that utilize the full socio-economic potential of the open data, several representatives of the ministry of industry, energy and tourism; the ministry of finance and Public Administrations as well as by various private entities have been met in Madrid for the second meeting of the “ collaborative forum Público-privada reuse of public Sector information ” (Forum CPP-RISP).
Within the framework of the objectives set by the agency to Spain, this meeting provides a collaborative dialogue between public administrations and companies aware of the value of open data for development and entrepreneurial drive.
The audience of this second meeting, on the part of the private sector, the association
(Multisectoral Partnership of companies of electronics, information and communication technologies, telecommunications and content); Adigital
(Spanish Association of Digital Economy); ASEDIE
(Multisectoral Partnership information), the CTIC foundation, the association of users of the communication (AUC), and representatives of the forum CPP-TIC
By the public sector, the ministry of industry, energy and tourism was represented by the secretariat of state of telecommunications and for the information society (SETSI) and the public entity Red.es Registrar; and the ministry of finance and Public Administrations, by the state secretariat for Public administrations.
The members of the forum have defined different work areas of particular interest for the development of culture and Reuse of public Sector information (RISP) and whose development will contribute to the design of an environment viable global access to public data for reuse, facilitating their full potential for economic and social value.
The meeting has served to review the actions taken in recent months and share concerns about the areas of greatest interest to participants.
In turn, has benefited from the meeting to set concrete actions according to the proposals of the different participants, such as training activities on RISP, needs of progress in the legislative framework, and conduct of officers of labour between ‘ reutilizadores ’ of data and accountable public administration.
The conclusions drawn after this second meeting of the forum CPP-RISP demonstrate a firm commitment by public administrations in the development of culture of reuse information of Public Sector, as well as its commitment to collaboration with the private sector in order to increase the economic, technological and social re-use, both in society and in the administration itself.