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1 IATI Technical Advisory Group Overview TAG plan, country pilots, donor assessments & technical proposals Simon Parrish IATI Technical Advisory Group, DIPR January 2010

2 Mar 2010- TAG workshop discuss emerging thinking July 2010 - Agree pt 1 & 2 & 3 of std for data –what data should be included –data definitions and classifications –Technical architecture and data format design Oct 2010 - Implement IATI registry Oct – Dec 10 - Donor implementation of phase 1 Dec 2010 –Agree pt 1 & 2 & 3 of std for documents –Agree pt 4 of std - code of conduct IATI TAG Plan Milestones www.aidtransparency.net

3 Review existing standards and systems for definitions Draft proposals for definitions Unlocking aid consultation: licensing, architecture, formats Draft technical proposals Budget alignment study Donor visits and awareness raising Haiti data exchange pilot Activities since last meeting www.aidtransparency.net

4 More consultation and collaboration Finalise definitions Develop a draft standard data format Country pilots More detailed donor assessment & support plan Assessment of impact,opportunities & support needs for other infomediaries Finalise proposals for technical architecture, formats and licenses Interim proposals for documents Define TORs for study of accessibility needs Next Steps to July www.aidtransparency.net

5 Proof of concept to assess the feasibility of automated data exchange To assess the feasibility of developing a standard that meets the needs of different countries, donors and systems To assess compatibility of data held within donors systems & partner country aid management and budget systems & IATI definitions To identify impact and cost on country and donor systems of adopting an IATI standard Country Proof of Concept Pilots - Objectives www.aidtransparency.net

6 Overview 6 Pilots: Rwanda, DRC, Malawi, Colombia, Sri Lanka and Burkina Faso Initial paper-based study based on Cambodia April 2010 onwards. Three pilots by June 2010 Activities Assess national aid management, budget & line ministry systems and data requirements Review (3-5) donors project databases and compare with what is required by partner countries Develop a prototype standard data format for data exchange Implement data exchange Country Pilots Approach www.aidtransparency.net

7 So far.... 4 fact finding missions: WB, Netherlands, Germany, UK Also visited: Denmark, Sweden, Hewlett, Spain, AsDB, AusAid, NZAid Objectives Raise awareness of IATI, implementation plans and impact on existing systems & processes Understand concerns, challenges, constraints Start practical discussions about how donors will implement IATI Donor Engagement www.aidtransparency.net

8 Work with each member to –Test draft standard against internal systems and data capabilities –Develop an implementation plan –Identify possible exemptions –Identify support requirements Develop IATI support capability Donor Engagement – Next Steps www.aidtransparency.net

9 Builds on previous consultation paper Unlocking the Potential of Aid Information Covers three areas: –Technical Architecture: HOW data should be published, found and accessed –Data format: WHAT format should data be published in –Licensing: WHAT can users do with the data 9 headline requirements that underpin design Main principle: designing architecture to directly service intermediaries and specialist users Technical Proposals – Discussion Paper www.aidtransparency.net

10 a decentralised, web-based architecture where: Donors will publish machine-readable aid- data files in a standard XML format freely available on public websites. An IATI website will create a registry of links to these aid-data files (not store the actual data). Donors must make information about their published aid data files available to the IATI registry. Globally unique IATI identifiers to allow common referencing for co-financed projects and to enable traceability. There will be a notification mechanism to let users know about new or modified aid-data files. One standard open licensing model Emerging Thinking and Questions www.aidtransparency.net


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