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120 pm kathy conrad slides
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120 pm kathy conrad slides
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120 pm kathy conrad slides
120 pm kathy conrad slides
120 pm kathy conrad slides
120 pm kathy conrad slides
120 pm kathy conrad slides
120 pm kathy conrad slides
120 pm kathy conrad slides
120 pm kathy conrad slides
120 pm kathy conrad slides
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  • 1. Driving Collaboration and Innovation through Open Source Kathy Conrad Principal Deputy Associate Administrator Office of Citizen Services & Innovative Technologies, GSA
  • 2. Then: Data and Software were Siloed Across Government
  • 3. Now: A New Paradigm of Openness and Collaboration Photo by Luc DG on Flickr
  • 4. Open Collaborative Work Spaces
  • 5. A bold policy framework 5 Strategy for a 21st Century Digital Government Open and Machine Readable is the New Default for Government Information Open Sourcing the Development of Policy, Code, and Content http://project-open-data.github.io
  • 6. Open data and sharing as the new default Photo by Blake Facey on Flickr
  • 7. Data.gov transformation: now
  • 8. Data.gov transformation: next
  • 9. Open Source: A new foundation for innovation and collaboration
  • 10. The Presidential Innovation Fellows leverage open source 43 Fellows Pairs top innovators from the private sector, nonprofits, and academia with government innovators to develop solutions that can save lives, save taxpayer money, and fuel job creation. L O W IN N A S P R E IDENTI S VA TION FE LO L Partnerships with 18 agencies 23 projects using and releasing open source code
  • 11. PIF Project Example FDA Adverse Event Reporting System as a RESTful API Rapid Development - 2 weeks of work - 100 million records - 90% reused from existing open source code Why Open Source - Continual improvement by community - Much easier for others to use and access the system before it's finalized - Allows others to recreate the system in their own environment and reuse the codebase for other large data sets Photo by Sarah Macmillan on Flickr https://github.com/presidential-innovation-fellows/fda-aers
  • 12. Mobile Code Catalog Agencies can jump start development by leveraging pre-existing code. Provides test scripts used by agencies across the federal government
  • 13. Challenges for the future The challenges ahead Photo by B.J. Bumgarner on Flickr
  • 14. Scale
  • 15. Speed Photo by orangebrompton on Flickr
  • 16. Discovery Photo by Jacson Querubin on Flickr
  • 17. www.usa.gov/developer gsa.github.io/federal-open-source-repos Join the community of open source innovation in government

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