5 principes pour ouvrir et gouverner les données dans une organisation

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(Samuel Goëta) #1

Repéré dans la liste Responsible Data, un projet de résolution du California State Water Board qui proposent 5 principes d’ouverture et de gouvernance des données qui intègre aussi la dimension data literacy

The principles are :

  1. Make Data Accessible (“Open First”): our organization values transparency and strives to make all critical public data available in machine readable datasets with metadata and data dictionaries.
  2. Understand Data Quality and Integrity: our data are of known and acceptable quality and we deploy practices to protect its integrity with standards and protocols.
  3. Improve Data Literacy: our whole organization understands its data needs and responsibilities, can speak the language of data science the staff and managers have robust data science capacity.
  4. Use Data to Govern: our organization uses data to govern and makes decisions that are in the best interest of our mission(s).
  5. Govern our Data: our organization takes proactive steps to develop effective data and information technology management practices to ensure our data flows to where it is needed in a timely manner while complying with our data sharing policies.

(Samuel Goëta) #2

Un peu de contexte sur le California State Water Board dans cet article du Monde d’hier qui explique comment Nestlé aspire chaque jour des millions de litres d’eau dans la forêt de San Bernardino en pleine sécheresse historiques. Avec l’assentiment de cette institution qui avait bien besoin de plus de transparence…