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1 Data and Information Framework: Principles Sue Barrell Bureau of Meteorology, Australia CBS-Ext.(14), Asuncion, September 2014

2 Data  Insight Ref. Robert Logan (2012) Value Applied wisdom  insight and value Science, numerical models, reports, national accounts, assessments, policies Forecasts, warnings, outlooks; Climate record; Metadata about observations, data, products Environmental observations: land, oceans, water, atmosphere, space

3 Observing the environment Measure, monitor, observe, sense the environment in which we live Snapshots, transects, trends, processes  Ubiquitous sensing, immediate sharing  Increasingly massive data flows & datasets  Meeting insatiable science & service needs

4 Global Observing Systems Global Regional National

5 Process, integrate, model data Use science to model, understand, interpret, predict, inform Using technology, tools, storage, compute power to enable Data generating data More power, more speed, more capacity  More detail, more knowledge, more data  More challenge

6 Continuous Improvement in Numerical Weather Prediction

7 Increasing population Vulnerability of built environment Science & technology advances Lower acceptable risk Structured emergency management Personal interface, locally relevant info Demand for instantaneous information Corporate imperatives (i.e. Royal Commissions) More climate extremes Apply, inform, decide Services designed & delivered to meet user demands  Increasing demand

8 Demand for services via Web

9 Share, access and combine to address diverse requirements Global/national data sharing and exchange -Maximise value of data, diversify sources of data, quid pro quo Access, combine and/or compare observations from one source or system with those from another To achieve this, we need: -Metadata & Standards -Policies & Frameworks -Collaboration and more Through interoperable systems, we turn observations and information into effective data, products, services & insight that meet real user needs

10 Data: Lifeblood and legacy The Bureau's lifeblood and enduring legacy -Flows through all Bureau products and services -Essential to delivering value and valued services to our users -Basis of the climate record and reference datasets International obligations -WMO Res 40 and 25 -Traceability, discoverability and standards Deliver value to Australian community -Discovery, access, interoperability, usability -Strategic (government) investment and asset -Open Public Sector Information, Government ICT Strategy

11 Bureau data challenges Operational 24/7 data: weather, flood forecasts & warnings Long-term archive: climate, water Volume and diversity: increasing demands Integration: across space, time, domains, users Managing expectations: quality and uncertainty Metadata: observations, provenance, discovery Stakeholders: international, national, Bureau Obligations: exchange, continuity, traceability

12 Problem/ Need Verify Evaluate Assess Apply Inform Decide Observe Monitor Collect Transmit Access Share Process Integrate Model DATA LIFECYC LE Environmental Data Lifecycle Model

13 Problem/ Need Verify Evaluate Assess Apply Inform Decide Observe Monitor Collect Transmit Access Share Process Integrate Model DATA LIFECYC LE Environmental Data Lifecycle Model: it's not just about IT security exchange archive standards metadata disaster recovery formats provenance channels stewardship back-up licensing attribution storage costing governance disposal discovery Why? Who? monitor Integrate record policy

14 Data Framework Problem/ Need Verify Evaluate Assess Apply Inform Decide Observe Monitor Collect Transmit Access Share Process Integrate Model DATA LIFECYC LE Environmental Data Lifecycle Model

15 The journey so far Reviewed Bureau's approach to data policy and data management -Bureau data use, policies, practices, needs -All types of scientific data Developed concept of Bureau Data and Information Framework -Principles-driven approach that spans all aspects of data lifecycle -Assuring value from/through data, both for internal & external users Established governance and responsibility Collaboration across agencies and internationally Realigned Bureau's organization structure, with data and information as key focus  Information Systems and Services Division

16 Data and Information Framework

17 Provides foundation for an enterprise approach to all aspects of data acquisition, management, use, access, archival and disposal Respects data assets as a critical national resource that must be managed effectively for current and future generations

18 Data and Information Principles Strategic alignment – with Bureau's wider strategic directions, key government & international directions Authoritative & trusted – ensure the Bureau is a trusted, authoritative & reliable source of environmental information Deliver value – maximise its value by applying D&I to the needs of government, community, industry and stakeholders Discoverable & useable – make D&I easily discoverable and useable over time Robust management and governance – strong standards- based governance and practices to achieve efficient, effective and secure lifetime management of D&I Innovation and leadership – nationally and internationally, from compliance to innovation

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20 Implementing the Bureau's Data Framework High-level governance: -Data and Information Governance Consultative Committee -Data and Information Reference Group Environment Information Management Branch -Implement & manage the framework, policies, procedures, tools… Early priorities: 'Audit' of extant data/information policies and life cycle requirements Focus on scientific data, but framework includes administrative data Metadata – categories, definitions, requirements, identification, profiles Archives Act compliance; develop records authorities Arrangements for externally sourced dataIntegrated data life cycle/archival plans Tiered data/networks/qualityData management guidelines & policies LicensingOperational data catalogue

21 Key Messages An increased focus on data and information management -fundamental to harnessing the value of data and information held by the Bureau, now and for the long-term -improve discovery, access, interoperability, and usability -serve internal and external stakeholders The Data and Information Framework provides a principles-based approach -for effective data and information management and governance -to support collaboration, enhanced sharing and use of data and information Data delivers value only through being well-managed through its life, accessible, usable and used – the framework will help us achieve this

22 Problem/ Need Verify Evaluate Assess Apply Inform Decide Observe Monitor Collect Transmit Access Share Process Integrate Model DATA Thank you Data Framework


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