Aneesh Chopra U.S. CTO, Executive Office of the President


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Aneesh Chopra U.S. CTO, Executive Office of the President

  1. 1. Winning the Future Through Open Innovation ~ A Progress Report @Aneeshchopra Assistant to the President & U.S. Chief Technology Officer Associate Director for Technology, White House Office of Science & Technology Policy
  2. 2. Winning the Future Through Open Innovation Source: DARPA, Local Motors; DARPA “Crowd-Derived” Combat Support Vehicle Pilot Delivers DARPA taps Local Motors to design a support vehicle; 159 entries produced within two months by tapping growing network of 20,000 designers, including Victor Garcia – an immigrant Winner - “Flypmode” built in four months, presented to the President at “Advanced Manufacturing Partnership” Launch – June 24 th , 2011
  3. 3. President ’s Strategy for American Innovation Invest in the Building Blocks of American Innovation <ul><li>Educate Americans with 21 st century skills and create a world-class workforce </li></ul><ul><li>Strengthen and broaden American leadership in fundamental research </li></ul><ul><li>Build a leading physical infrastructure </li></ul><ul><li>Develop an advanced information technology ecosystem </li></ul>Catalyze Breakthroughs for National Priorities <ul><li>Unleash a clean energy revolution </li></ul><ul><li>Accelerate biotechnology, </li></ul><ul><li>nanotechnology, and advanced manufacturing </li></ul><ul><li>Develop breakthroughs in space applications </li></ul><ul><li>Drive breakthroughs in health care technology </li></ul><ul><li>Create a quantum leap in educational technologies </li></ul>Promote Market-Based Innovation <ul><li>Accelerate business innovation with the R&E tax credit </li></ul><ul><li>Promote investments in ingenuity through effective intellectual property policy </li></ul><ul><li>Encourage high-growth and innovation-based entrepreneurship </li></ul><ul><li>Promote innovative, open, and competitive markets </li></ul>Source: Tech Role in Securing Our Economic Growth and Prosperity Wireless Innovation & Infrastructure Initiative ( “Wi3”) Patent Reform; Internet Policy Principles Collaboration – Engage Entrepreneurs as Problem Solvers
  4. 4. Mobility and Cloud Computing Unlock Potential Digital Infrastructure Poised to Accelerate Productivity in Key Sectors Source: ; “A Dozen Facts About Innovation,” Hamilton Project, August 2011; “Internet matters: The Net’s sweeping impact on growth, jobs, and prosperity”, May 2011, McKinsey National Wireless Initiative (Wi3) Marquette, MI Cost of Computing <ul><li>Bipartisan SB911 Passed Commerce Comm. 21-4 (6/8/11) </li></ul><ul><li>Voluntary Incentive Auctions </li></ul><ul><li>Investments in Public Safety Broadband Network, R&D </li></ul><ul><li>Provisions for Unlicensed Use </li></ul>McKinsey study finds 10% productivity improvement in small, medium-sized businesses due to Internet usage
  5. 5. Digital “Rules of the Road” Accelerate Adoption Case Study – Multi-Stakeholder Health “Email” Security Standard Microsoft, Dossia, NoMoreClipboard, among the first to pledge adoption Source: ; ; Surescripts; VisionShare OECD Principles “ Direct” Secure Email Standard An open collaboration to develop a simple method for enabling secure Internet-based health data transmission; specs posted in 90 days; first production transaction 1/11; implementation by 65+ vendors OECD Communique endorses 14 principles, including multi-stakeholder cooperation in policy development; (agile) voluntary codes of conduct
  6. 6. U.S. National Action Plan for Open Government Emphasizes Opportunities to Spur Innovation and Entrepreneurship Source: ; ; Open Innovation Initiatives Three Priorities On Sept 20 th , President Obama joined 40+ global leaders to launch the Partnership, including National Action Plans by the 8 Founding Members with concrete commitments U.S. National Action Plan Launch Event – Sept 2011 #1: Communities #2: Smart Disclosure #3: Government as a Platform Administration actively recruiting entrepreneurs to serve as CTOs, project managers, and members of tightly defined “startups” to prototype promising ideas that have the potential to scale
  7. 7. #1: Communities Source: ; ; Modern Healthcare ;; ; Market for “Users”, “Suppliers” Open Data as “Rocket Fuel” for Apps in Health, Energy, Education Policies the Spark New Ideas #1: COMPETES Act prize authority #2: Pre-competitive R&D collaboration #3: Sector-Specific (e.g., health provider payment reform)
  8. 8. #2: Smart Disclosure Source: ; ; ; ; Consumer Access to Data Scales from VA to Utility Sector Utilities Agree on “Green Button” State Regulator Compels Data Standards “ Blue Button” @ Scale (Voluntary) Public/Private Partnership ~500K downloads (to date) since launch 10/7/10 – adopted by public/private sector, now accessible by 15+M All 3 CA utilities commit to “green button;” aligns with CPUC rulemaking on privacy, consumer access to energy data, and OIRA “smart disclosure” memo
  9. 9. #3: Government as a Platform Current Scope – Delivery, Spring 2012 US-India Open Government Collaboration to Open Source
  10. 10. Entrepreneurs in Residence Innovation Pathway offers priority premarket review for pioneering medical device technologies that also address unmet needs The Innovation Pathway FDA ’s New Innovation Pathway the Inaugural Endeavor Dr. Tom Fogerty Fogerty Engineering Anjali Kataria Conformia Dean Kamen DEKA Dr. David Chan MIT Tom Wilkerson Ret ’d General Dr. Paul Sobotka Medtronic A Government Startup Representative Team Members A “Strategy” team guides on-the-ground tactical effort working side-by-side with leading FDA staff to deliver results in 3-6 months Source:
  11. 11. Startup America – High Skill Immigration Source: ; ; Building a 21st Century Immigration System; ; Startup America Partnership Immigration Blueprint Includes Administrative Actions Responding to the President ’s call to action, private-sector alliance launches online network where entrepreneurs can unlock critical resources valued at over $730 million and climbing; goal is to accelerate the success of 100,000 high-growth entrepreneurs over 3 years Policy “Deep Dive” Immigrant Entrepreneurs #1: Clarify immigrant entrepreneurs may qualify for an EB-2, including a “National Interest” waiver #2: Clarify when an employee-entrepreneur can establish a valid relationship for H1-B #3: Expand premium processing #4: Streamline EB-5 application process based on stakeholder feedback USCIS intends to apply EIR model to deliver results in 6 months
  12. 12. Tech Industry ‘Rock Star’ Spurs (Needed) Startup &quot;I just am glad someone is listening and to know I'm not alone.&quot; “ Where can I find food & water?” &quot;I see people trapped under a building and they are alive at this location! Send Help!&quot; Platforms Link “Listeners” to “Helpers” Serving Haitians in Need Source: Katie Stanton