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Government Open Data Policy and Legislation of Canada
hunan normal univercity, China, People's Republic of
Based on the literature and network survey, this paper studies on the organization, scope and format standard of Canadian government open data, combing the open government data related policies and legal protection, interpretation of Canadian government open data implementation measures and rules. By analyzing the Canadian government open data related security policies and regulations, the paper proposes that our country should promote the open data of government from the emphasis on executive power and enhance the reuse of open data.
The Current Situation and Prospect of Archive Preservation in Government Microblog
Wenhong Zhou1, Xingong Li1, Xiaoshuang Jia2
1Sichuan University, China, People's Republic of; 2Renmin University of China
Archiving, preservation, exploration and access of government microblog are significant topics for records, archives and even information fields. It’s necessary to conclude how it’s going on in research and practice, and then propose its future direction. The paper investigates into research status quo and classifies practice into central, decentralized, and facilitated model. According to problems such as lack of top design, conceptual framework and practice, the paper proposes more research questions and how to capture government microblog and build whole platform for archiving, preservation, exploration and access of government microblog.
Construction of China’s Open Data Policy Model in Era of Big Data
pan Pu2, haiqun Ma1
1Heilongjiang University, People's Republic of China; 2Chengdu Aeronautic Polytechnic, People's Republic of China
With the arrival of the era of big data, data is becoming the asset to be activated, and thus leads to the data opening and sharing movement on a global scale. Referring to the research perspective on government data opening internationally, and from the perspective of public management, this paper constructs the System-Regime-Process theoretical model of China’s open data policy and its sub-models of demand layer, decision layer and operation layer under the big data environment. The purpose of constructing the model is to explain and predict the policy reality of open data, and adjusts the existing policy requirements through the operation of two circular path. The result of the model operation is not necessarily the introduction of the special policy of open data, which is the essential difference between the “S-R-P” theory model and the general public policy theory model.
Assessment of Government Online Services Development in China ———An Empirical Study of Chinese 338 cities
Renmin University of China, China, People's Republic of
Given the current public affairs with more conflicts and more arduous tasks, demand to further enhance the ability of government online services on the basis of accurate assessment of the ability of it becomes more urgent.In this paper, AHP is used to design the evaluation system, based on which 338 cities are evaluated including municipalities, separately listed cities, capital cities and prefecture-level cities.Through the national government online services overall situation investigate, we analyze the situation of 36 major cities Ranking Online Service Index and National City Online Service Index, reflecting the large gap between the development of e-government online services, diversified, one-stop and improved breadth and depth, to support for the further development of government online services.
Chinese Local Government Information Quality Dimensions: A Study on Provincial Government’ Open Government Information Policy Based on Content Analysis
1Sun Yat-sen University, China, People's Republic of; 2University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA
This paper employs provincial government’s open government information policy as research content, using the content analysis research methods from the empirical perspective, analyzing the local government’s requirements about quality of open government information. The paper finds that quality dimensions of provincial government’s open government information policy focuses on currency, variety of open government information, validity and practicable, and diversity of information access channels; few of provincial government has built information quality policy system that provides comprehensive guidelines, process control and supervisory feedback; the dimensions of quality which stated in information policy are not specific, and the implementation of these requirements needs to be strengthened.