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Offline Samsul Alam

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OGD in Bangladesh
« on: December 12, 2018, 11:56:17 PM »
Data are critical to change the world we live in. Data play a pivotal role to generate evidence as well as to take decision in both public and private sector. In the context of Bangladesh, open government data is critical to ensure effective public services. There are huge government and private sector data that can contribute in decision making for policy makers as well as for common citizen. Also, open data and open government data can support policy reform and ensure transparency and citizen participation. The release of data in open data formats has been established to be a driver in terms of better public service, economic growth, job creation, research and innovation, which itself has been identified as one of the primary drivers of development. In this regard, the initiative of developing open data portal has been taken and the open government portal was launched in 2016. In this portal, there are publicly available data sets from more than 35 Ministries and related agencies.

Pros-

Provide one-stop access to the government’s publicly-available data,
Communicate government data and analysis through visualizations,
Create value by catalyzing application development, and
Facilitate analysis and research.
Cons-
Security problem of government,
Private sector can create some negative issue against government,
For this political groups suddenly create some bed effect on private property,
Blaming each other of government and private sectors because of corruption.

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Samsul Alam (710001796)
Lecturer of MIS
Department of Business Administration
Faculty of Business and Entrepreneurship
Daffodil International University