THE STATE OF OPEN GOVERNMENT DATA IMPLEMENTATION IN MALAYSIA GOVERNMENT AGENCIES

Authors

  • Noor Hazwani Mohamad Puad International Islamic University Malaysia
  • Mohd Adam Suhaimi International Islamic University Malaysia
  • Husnayati Hussin International Islamic University Malaysia
  • Najhan Muhamad Ibrahim International Islamic University Malaysia

Keywords:

Open Data, Open Government Data, OGD Implementation, OGD Implementation Issues, Malaysia Government Agencies

Abstract

The Malaysian Administrative Modernization and Management Planning (MAMPU) aims to enhance the quality of datasets published on the portal towards the year of 2022. Various activities have been conducted by MAMPU to raise the publics' awareness of OGD. This paper consists of a preliminary study where the authors focus on exploring the current state of OGD implementation in Malaysia and the issues surrounding around it. The methods involved are interviews and documents research. According to this preliminary study, the current issues in OGD implementation are data sharing readiness, high impact and high value data insufficiency, laws, and regulations. These findings are taken from the perspective of the key players of OGD project in Malaysia and help to provide insights for the authors' future research.

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Published

2022-05-30

How to Cite

Mohamad Puad, N. H., Suhaimi, M. A., Hussin, H., & Muhamad Ibrahim, N. (2022). THE STATE OF OPEN GOVERNMENT DATA IMPLEMENTATION IN MALAYSIA GOVERNMENT AGENCIES. Journal of Information Systems and Digital Technologies, 4(1), 82–92. Retrieved from https://journals.iium.edu.my/kict/index.php/jisdt/article/view/257