Policy Recommendations for the Implementation of 'One Data' Policy at Sub-National Level in Indonesia.
CPR South 2018, Policy Brief
5 Pages Posted: 24 Nov 2018
Date Written: October 30, 2018
The Indonesian One Data policy is designed to improve internal government data management practices by providing a regulatory framework concerning organizational structure, including the roles, tasks, and responsibilities of each actor. It also specifies mechanisms to ensure the preparation, collection, and/or processing of data that meets data standards, the application of metadata according to the standard format, and dissemination of data according to principles of data interoperability. The central question addressed by this research is what do local governments need in order to implement or align themselves with the anticipated One Data Policy?
To address this question, we designed a research study with three integrated methodological approaches that can provide insights into internal data governance systems in local government; (1) a context readiness assessment to look into current data management ecosystems, (2) a review of key governments datasets, and (3) a data journey modelling for health data to identify challenges and barriers impacting sub-national implementation of the One Data Policy. This report summarises the findings and recommendations based on the study conducted at the City Government of Pontianak, West Kalimantan, Indonesia.
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