opendataforum

Making Impact
With Open Data September 18, 2020
Online

About the forum
The Open Data Forum is an annual event devoted to the development and application of open data in Ukraine. Now in its fourth year and taking place digitally for the first time, the Forum unites Ukrainian central and local government representatives, civil society activists, Ukrainian and international data experts, and the start-up community. The Forum offers a unique opportunity to inform and shape Ukraine’s open data agenda. The theme of this year's event is the impact of open data on resolving civil society challenges and enhancing governance.
Over the last five years, Ukraine has made significant progress in harnessing the power of open data to increase transparency and accountability in governance and enhance citizen services. Open data legislation has improved, and as a result, the number of datasets required to be published by state authorities has tripled to more than 900. Programs to support the development of startups based on open data have also been implemented, and the Ukrainian (Kyiv School of Economics) jointly with the British (Open Data Institute) experts within USAID/ UK aid Transparency and Accountability in Public Administration and Services project /TAPAS have conducted extensive research on the economic potential of open data for Ukraine. In the span of just a few years, dozens of data-driven solutions based on central and local government-sourced open data have been created and implemented by public and private sector representatives across the country. Now is the time to talk about open data impact in Ukraine.
Live
18 September, 11:00 a.m. GMT+3
The 2020 Open Data Forum program includes
Real-life cases of how government, business, and civil society activists use open data
Discussion of the impact of open data across sectors, including construction, healthcare, environment and others
The role of business and civil society in the development of open data
What's new on the Government of Ukraine’s agenda for further improvement of open data policy in Ukraine
Announcement of winners of the Open Data Challenge, an annual competition for startups using open data
We look forward to
seeing you there!
The event is organized by the Ministry of Digital Transformation in partnership with USAID/UK Aid Transparency and Accountability in Public Administration and Services (TAPAS) Project, implemented by Eurasia Foundation
Agenda (is being updated)
11:00 – 11:30

WELCOME REMARKS

Mykhailo Fedorov – Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Digital Transformation of Ukraine

Melinda Simmons – Her Majesty's Ambassador of the United Kingdom in Ukraine

Kristina Kvien, U.S. Charge d'Affaires in Ukraine
11:30 - 11:50

PROMOTING OPEN DATA DATA ON THE STATE LEVEL

Presentation of the concept Diia Vidkryti Dani, National center for open data competence

Mstyslav Banik – Director of Directorate on electronic services development, Ministry of Digital Transformation of Ukraine
11:50 – 12:35

IMPROVING GOVERNANCE AND CREATING OPPORTUNITY

Panel discussion and Q&A focused on the case studies on national-level authorities’ open data initiatives

Moderator:
Kateryna Onyliogwu – Open Data Team Lead, the USAID / UK aid Transparency and Accountability in Public Administration and Services / TAPAS Project

Ihor Samokhodsky – IT&Telecom Sector Head, Better Regulation Delivery Office

Sviatoslav Abramov – Executive Director, CoST Ukraine

Dmytro Chernysh – Director of eHealth Development Department, National Health Service of Ukraine

Vasyl Zadvornyy – CEO of SoE Prozorro
12:35 – 12:55

SPREADING KNOWLEDGE ABOUT OPEN DATA

Presentation of the national open data course for civil servants

Valeria Ionan – Deputy Minister on European integration, Ministry of Digital Transformation of Ukraine
13:00 – 13:45

EMPOWERING CITIZENS AND SOLVING PUBLIC PROBLEMS

Panel discussion and Q&A focused on the case studies on municipal-level open data initiatives

Moderator: Borys Davydenko, Editor-in-chief, Liga.net

Oleh Drobot – Deputy mayor for Digital Transformation, Member of the Executive Committee, Kharkiv City Council

Iryna Chernysh – Co-founder, SaveEcoBot

Denys Dmytrov – Founder, ShtrafyUa

Anna Denysenko – Project coordinator, LUN City
13:45 – 14:30

OPEN DATA CHALLENGE

The pitches of the start-ups, the finalists of Ukraine's largest national competition to generate innovative and sustainable open data solutions to social problems

Moderators:
Eugenia Klepa – Executive Director, 1991 Open Data Incubator

Pavlo Radchenko – Project operations manager, East Europe Foundation

14:30 – 14:50

OPEN DATA AWARD

14:50 - 15:10

ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE WINNERS OF OPEN DATA CHALLENGE

15:10 – 15:15

CLOSING REMARKS

Speakers
Mykhailo Fedorov
Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Digital Transformation of Ukraine
Melinda Simmons
Her Majesty's Ambassador of the United Kingdom in Ukraine
Kristina Kvien
Charge d'Affaires in Ukraine
Mstyslav Banik
Director of Directorate on electronic services development, Ministry of Digital Transformation of Ukraine
Kateryna Onyliogwu
Open Data Team Lead, the USAID / UK aid Transparency and Accountability in Public Administration and Services / TAPAS Project
Ihor Samokhodsky
IT&Telecom Sector Head, Better Regulation Delivery Office
Sviatoslav Abramov
Executive Director, CoST Ukraine
Dmytro Chernysh
Director of eHealth Development Department, National Health Service of Ukraine
Vasyl Zadvornyy
CEO of SoE Prozorro
Valeria Ionan
Deputy Minister on European integration, Ministry of Digital Transformation of Ukraine
Oleh Drobot
Deputy mayor for Digital Transformation, Member of the Executive Committee, Kharkiv City Council
Iryna Chernysh
Co-founder, SaveEcoBot
Denys Dmytrov
Founder, ShtrafyUa
Eugenia Klepa
Executive director, 1991 Open Data Incubator
Pavlo Radchenko
Project operations manager, East Europe Foundation
Anna Denysenko
Project coordinator, LUN City
Borys Davydenko
Editor-in-chief, Liga.net
Open Data
Awards
As part of the Open Data Forum 2020, the annual ceremony of awarding leaders in the development of open data in Ukraine Open Data Awards will be held. The best government agencies, public and commercial organizations will be awarded in three nominations. The winners will be determined by a vote of the members of the expert jury for the candidates nominated by the public.
Closed
As part of the Open Data Forum 2020, the annual ceremony of awarding leaders in the development of open data in Ukraine Open Data Awards will be held. The best government agencies, public and commercial organizations will be awarded in three nominations. The winners will be determined by a vote of the members of the expert jury for the candidates nominated by the public.
Nominations
Open Data Government Award
For the highest standards of publication of open data by national-level authorities
Open Data Сity Award
For the highest standards of publication of open data by local governments
Open Data Impact Award
For the greatest impact from the use of open data
Timing
Sep’02 – Sep’08
Sep’08
Sep’09-15
Sep’16
Sep’18
18.09
Judges
Mykhailo Fedorov
Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Digital Transformation of Ukraine
Petro Matiaszek
Chief of Party, USAID / UK aid Transparency and Accountability in Public Administration and Services / TAPAS Project
Olena Ursu
Portfolio Manager for the Democratic Governance and Reform Program of UNDP Ukraine
Sviatoslav Abramov
Executive Director, CoST Ukraine
Oleksiy Ivankin
CEO, OpenDataBot
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