The implementation of E-Government/E-Government by country/Russia/Web portal of Open Data

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The web portal of Open Data
Multilanguage - Russian
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The open data portal of the Russian Federation provides users with information and services in the following categories:

  • Data:
    • Datasets;
    • Organizations;
    • Interactive map;
    • Requests for data;
    • Gallery;
  • Library:
    • Documents;
    • Glossary;
    • Analytical block;
    • Methodical block;
  • Community:
    • Activity;
    • Forum;
    • Blogs;
    • Contests;
    • Suggestions;
  • Services:
    • Developers;
    • Suppliers;
    • Analysts.

E-services[edit | edit source]

The portal of the Open data of the Russian Federation - unites the most actual information about the open data of federal authorities, regional authorities and other organizations. The portal hosts documented data sets, links and metadata of published data sets, information about software products and information services created on the basis of open data.

Main features of the Open Data Portal:

  • selection and search of sets of open data by specified criteria and keywords;
  • acquaintance with passports and contents of sets of open data without preliminary loading;
  • operative visualization of data using charting tools, graphs and display of cartographic data;
  • automatic download of actual sets of open data from organizations' websites;
  • participation in the state-civil dialogue on determining the subject priorities of data disclosure;
  • the placement of data sets and links to data sets posted on the sites of organizations;
  • passportization data sets and conversion of data formats into "open formats";
  • realization of queries to the API of data sources (search, unloading of data sets to specified selection criteria, execution of SPARQL queries).

Open Data[edit | edit source]

Data sets are divided into 16 categories:

  • The state;
  • Economy;
  • Education;
  • Ecology;
  • Health;
  • Culture;
  • Transport;
  • Building;
  • Trade;
  • Sport;
  • Tourism;
  • Leisure and recreation;
  • Security;
  • Cartography;
  • Electronics;
  • Meteodata.

The main suppliers of open data are state bodies of all levels of government: federal, regional, municipal. As providers of open data, other organizations interested in openness of their activities may also act.