Last updated : 27/09/2020
Open data refers to government data that can be freely used, shared and reused by the people, public sector or private agencies for any purpose. It acts as a driving force in the people-initiated government initiative. Open data execution can improve the quality and transparency of government service delivery through accurate, fast and relevant data sharing. In addition, it will also increase the country’s productivity and economy through new industry / innovation with the involvement of the people and business communities.
The Public Sector Open Data Portal (DTSA) at data.gov.my, was developed in 2014 and achieved 41st spot out of 86 countries in the Open Data international ranking. The DTSA portal facilitates the centralized access of government open data from official sources.
The objectives of implementing the public sector open data are as follows:
- Encourage data sharing between the public and private sector agencies as well as the people.
- Improve the quality and transparency of service delivery through publicly available online data sharing.
- Promote digital economy productivity through the creation of new industries or innovations with the involvement of the people and the business community.
List of LKIM Datasets
- Quantity of Fish Landings for 20 Selected Species (January 2014 – December 2014)
- Women’s Fishermen Group (KUNITA), 2009 – 2014
- Trade Value of the National Fisheries Association (NEKMAT) by Type of Project, 2009 – 2014
- Trade Value of Regional Fishermen’s Association by Type of Project, 2009 – 2014
- Trade Value of State Fishermen’s Association (PNN) by State, 2009 – 2014
- Regional Fishermen’s Association Information (PNK), 2009 – 2014
- Information on Agro-based Industries under the Guidance of the Fisheries Development Authority of Malaysia, 2009 – 2014
- Average Retail Prices for Selected Fish Commodities (RM)