What is Open Gov? Core Pillars • The Deﬁ=onal Quagmire • Sharpening the Problem – Honing in on a Problem Not a Solu=on • What is the problem I care about? • What are the possible ways to eﬀect change? • Who else is doing what? What’s working? – Wri=ng the Killer Memo
technology-‐ fueled strategy to open government by making economic, environmental, and other government informa1on available on a single website, allowing the public to create ‘mash-‐ ups’ that transform raw data into useful knowledge.”
for free access to data across all agencies that would allow the public to easily ﬁnd, use, and repackage data held and generated by the government. Key elements: – Create data.gov website – Presiden=al memorandum requiring agencies to contribute data feeds – Data posted in industry standard formats for re-‐ use by the public
ﬁnd, published in proprietary formats, and does not take advantage of ci=zen engagement to add value to the raw informa=on. • During the campaign, President Obama promised to make government data “available online in universally accessible formats to allow ci=zens to make use of that data to comment, derive value, and take ac=on in their own communi=es.” • Governments such as the District of Columbia have demonstrated that publishing data in this way spurs collabora=on between ci=zens and their government.
Next Day’s Headline • The Challenge and Why It MaTers • How It Serves Priori=es • Use Cases • Key Features • Background including Case Study/Other Examples • Implementa=on Op=ons • Roll Out Plan and Timeline • Costs • Metrics • Stakeholders and Partners • Risks • Mockups
the Problem • Why It MaTers • Why the World is BeTer If You Tackle It • What are Op=ons for How to Tackle (Strategies) – What are Pros and Cons of Each Op3on • What is required to implement those strategies (Tac=cs)