PUBLIC SECTOR BIG DATA ANALYTICS
Big Data is an explosion of information along with the growth of mobile use and internet data ecosystem. Various types of structured and unstructured data from social media such as blogs, facebook, twitter have supported the huge volume, variety, velocity and value of data from terabytes to petabyte of data. The development of the big data phenomenon and the availability of technology has led to the growth of new innovations and opening up Government and Private agency space to improve service quality to the people. Accordingly, MSC Malaysia Implementation Council Meeting (ICM) Number 25 on 14 November 2013 announced that the Ministry of Multimedia Communications Malaysia (KKMM) with collaboration of MAMPU and Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC) led the implementation of Malaysia's Big Data Analytic (BDA). The meeting also agreed that KKMM in collaboration with MAMPU and MDEC developed the Malaysia Raya Data Framework, MAMPU led the Public Sector BDA initiative and the MDEC led the Private Sector BDA initiative.
1. Improve government services delivery through data analytics.
2. Optimize the use and sharing data to cultivate innovation of citizen centric data product creation.
3. Develop competencies of civil servants in data science.
1. Enhance and improve the landscape of ICT Public Sector environment by leveraging agency's existing data assets and integrating new data sources.
2. Assist Government in formulating policies, making strategic plans and decisions more accurately and effectively based on facts and generation of information analysis.
3. Reduce the silo environment through collaborative inter-agency in sharing data/information and results.
4. Alter the futute demand/need to help Government act more quickly in making accurate and effective decisions.
5. Increase government service innovation and product data generation.
In line with the development of Big Data technology and the Government's desire to drive ICT services, MAMPU has implemented several Public Sector Big Data Analytics (BDA) projects which are:
1. PROOF OF CONCEPTS (POC) YEAR 2015
2. PUBLIC SECTOR BDA PILOT YEAR 2016
3. PUBLIC SECTOR BDA EXTENSION YEAR 2017
4. GOVERNMENT DATA OPTIMISATION TRANSFORMATION SERVICES (GDOTS) YEAR 2018
The implementation of the Public Sector BDA Project uses two (2) main approaches namely:
Guide agencies in data science, identifying business cases and developing data products.
ii) Third Party
Company identifies agency business cases and develops data products.
The BDA initiative benefits Public Sector by providing several services as follows:
1. Platform provides BDA solution for ministries/agencies that wish to perform data analytics.
2. BDA Framework explains direction and strategic planning of data analytics implementation among Public Sector agencies.
3. Methodology explains processes/activities that need to be implemented in the development of data analytics namely Understanding Business, Definition of Needs, Data Acquisition and Exploration, Analysis Models Development, Data Product Development, Transition to Production and Monitoring.
4. BDA Implementation Guidelines (aDRSA) provide guidance for Public Sector agencies to implement data analytics in accordance with best practice, based on the BDA Framework, Motodology and Governance Framework to improve productivity and efficiency of public services.
5. BDA Governance ensures BDA's implementation direction impacts on the transformation of government service delivery systems as well as cost-saving government revenue from data sharing and infrastructure.
6. Consultancy services assist/advise agencies in data analytics development included hardware and software information and implementation methods.
7. Competence Development to build skills and expertise in areas related to analytical data such as scientiest data, data miners, data modeler and so on.
The inisiative of BDA Project is a starting point for driving BDA implementation in Government agencies. Implementation of BDA is expected to increase the Government's ability to make decisions based on facts and data, developing local talent and at the same time responding to the critical needs of the country's transformation agenda.
For further information please contact:-
Malaysian Administrative Modernisation And Management Planning Unit (MAMPU),
Prime Minister’s Department,
Digital Government Division,
Level 2, Block B,
Bangunan MKN-Embassy Techzone,
No 3200, Jalan Teknokrat 2,
63000 Cyberjaya, Selangor.
(u.p: Director Digital Government Division)
M Poobalan A/L M Masilamani
Assistant Principal Director
Digital Government Division
Telefon: 03-8872 5079
Dr. Noorazah Binti Md Noor
Senior Assistant Director
Digital Government Division
E-mel : noorazah[at]mampu[dot]gov[dot]my