Contents

PART ONE

 

 

 

Page

1.

 

Introduction
Paul Uhlir, The National Academies United States

 

1

2.

 

Overview of U.S. Federal Government Information Policy
Nancy Weiss, Institute of Museum and Library Services United States

 

3

3.

 

PSI Implementation in the UK: Successes and Challenges
Jim Wretham, Office of Public Sector Information United Kingdom

 

7

4.

 

The Value to Industry of PSI: The Business Sector Perspective
Martin Fornefeld, MICUS Management Consulting Germany

 

10

   

 DISCUSSION BY WORKSHOP PARTICIPANTS

 

14

5.

 

Achieving Fair and Open Access to PSI for Maximum Returns
Michael Nicholson, PSI Alliance United Kingdom

 

17

   

 DISCUSSION BY WORKSHOP PARTICIPANTS

 

19

PART TWO

 

 

6.

 

Public Sector Information: Why Bother?
Robbin te Velde, Dialogic The Netherlands

 

25

7.

 

Measuring the Economic Impact of the PSI Directive in the Context of the 2008 Review
Chris Corbin, ePSIplus United Kingdom

 

29

8.

 

Different PSI Access Policies and Their Impact
Frederika Welle Donker, Delft University of Technology The Netherlands

 

31

9.

 

The Price of Everything but the Value of Nothing
Antoinette Graves, Office of Fair Trading United Kingdom

 

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