Experiment No. 5
Open Government Playbook Workshop Series (2009-2010)
                http://opengovdirective.pbworks.com
...
Historical Context
We will “open up
government decision-
making and involve the
public in the work of
agencies, not simply
soliciting opinion...
Open
Government
  Transparency



  Collaboration



  Participation



  Effectiveness
Presidential Priority: Open
Government
Presidential Priorities
    TRANSPARENCY – Create a culture of openness and
     accountability

    PARTICIPATION – Dri...
Approaching Wicked Problems



 Equity                             Sustainability
                   Economy              ...
Change Has Come To
The White House

  WhiteHouse.gov is just the beginning
  of the changes in structure and
  personnel a...
New Executive Office
             of The President
    Chief Technology Officer, Aneesh Chopra

    Chief Information Of...
Democratizing Data

   Before Vivek Kundra became Federal CIO,
       he was Chief Technology Officer (CTO)
              ...
Democratizing Data

   Adopted Google Apps as a collaboration platform

   Video taped vendor interactions and posted on...
• Inquiry &           Hr 2    • Decision-            Hr 4
  discussion   • Conflict       making        • Preferred
      ...
Exploration, Conflict Resolution, Decision-making, Collaborative Action
Integrating Public Participation
   Methods

                           Online/Offline                       Slow Growth
 ...
Hybrid PP 2.0 Strategy Alternative
Strategic Planning
                         Problem


             Planning              Goals




                  Data ...
Team Structure


                                                                                                     Team...
Charrette Readiness Guide
1    • Strategy




                     2        • Wiki Coord.

Team Member
                                3    • Collab...
Cross-agency
                                                 Commitments
                         Interactive Gov 2.0
   ...
Expanding Impact with New
Technologies

  Engage larger numbers of people
  Enable two-way communication
  Provide mult...
Leveraging Online & Mobile Tools
   Educating and Building Awareness




 •  Informing the Conversation
Leveraging Online & Mobile Tools
   Expanded Face to Face Meetings




 •  Online Deliberation
Existing Online Technologies for
Mapping Goals, Wiki-petition/policy
drafting, and Debate
Leveraging Online & Mobile Tools
   Sustained Participation
Open Gov Playbook, Feb. 17
International Best Practices
“Change will not come if
  we wait for some other
person or some other time.
  We are the ones we've
 been waiting for. We...
Thank You!


           Current work
http://opengovdirective.pbworks.com
               Blog
http://transformation-designp...
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Series of Leading Change slides illustrate an aspect of my resume, namely a range of early professional experiments related to advancing--in small ways--sources of government innovation: transparency, collaboration, public participation and organization design.

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Leading Change Ch 5

  1. 1. Experiment No. 5 Open Government Playbook Workshop Series (2009-2010) http://opengovdirective.pbworks.com (leadership in action)
  2. 2. Historical Context
  3. 3. We will “open up government decision- making and involve the public in the work of agencies, not simply soliciting opinions, but by tapping into the vast and distributed expertise of the American citizenry to help government make more informed decisions.” President Barack Obama
  4. 4. Open Government   Transparency   Collaboration   Participation   Effectiveness
  5. 5. Presidential Priority: Open Government
  6. 6. Presidential Priorities   TRANSPARENCY – Create a culture of openness and accountability   PARTICIPATION – Drive expertise into decision-making   COLLABORATION – Solve problems through partnership   EFFECTIVENESS – Streamline services and reduce waste
  7. 7. Approaching Wicked Problems Equity Sustainability Economy POLICYMAKERS  Integrate major  naAonal policies  Education Environment Health CITIZENS  Integrate voices in  Wiki Government  Viability
  8. 8. Change Has Come To The White House WhiteHouse.gov is just the beginning of the changes in structure and personnel at the White House. The new Administration continues to look for ways to expand and deepen citizen engagement.
  9. 9. New Executive Office of The President   Chief Technology Officer, Aneesh Chopra   Chief Information Officer, Vivek Kundra   Chief Performance Officer, Jeffrey Zients   Office of New Media Group, Katie Stanton, Director of Citizen Participation   Office of Public Liaison, Tina Tchen, Director   Office of Social Innovation, Sonal Shah, Director   Office of Science and Technology Policy, Beth Noveck, Director   Office of Urban Policy, Adolfo Carrion, Director
  10. 10. Democratizing Data Before Vivek Kundra became Federal CIO, he was Chief Technology Officer (CTO) in Washington D.C. As CTO, Kundra pushed the boundaries of Information Technology setting the standard for transparency and accountability.
  11. 11. Democratizing Data   Adopted Google Apps as a collaboration platform   Video taped vendor interactions and posted on YouTube   Instituted a rigorous regime of metrics and accountability for government contracts.   Launched the contest "Apps for Democracy" encouraging developers to create applications for the Web and cell phones that would give District residents more access to city data.
  12. 12. • Inquiry & Hr 2 • Decision- Hr 4 discussion • Conflict making • Preferred Resolution • Alternative solution • Balance solutions synthesis priorities Hr 1 Hr 3
  13. 13. Exploration, Conflict Resolution, Decision-making, Collaborative Action
  14. 14. Integrating Public Participation Methods Online/Offline Slow Growth Endowment Public Forums & Stakeholder Strategic Media Teleconferences Dialogues Counsel Relations & Dissemination eGlobal Policy Collateral Web & Conference Wiki & Voting Development Interactive Planning & Media Production Network Work Retail/ Coordination Schedule Investments
  15. 15. Hybrid PP 2.0 Strategy Alternative
  16. 16. Strategic Planning Problem Planning Goals Data Vision
  17. 17. Team Structure Team Leader Team A Team B Team C Participant Participant Participant Participant Participant Participant Participant Participant Participant Participant Participant Participant Participant Participant Participant
  18. 18. Charrette Readiness Guide
  19. 19. 1 • Strategy 2 • Wiki Coord. Team Member 3 • Collab. Expertise Culture 4 • EA 5 • IT & Security 6 • Change Mgnt. 7 • Admin. 8 • Gov 2.0 9 • Democracy 2.0 10 • Open Gov: Trans. 11 • Open Gov: Public 12 • Open Gov: Collab. 13 • Law/Policy 14 • Organ. Develop. • Public 15 Needs
  20. 20. Cross-agency Commitments Interactive Gov 2.0 Resources Leveraged Communication Technologies Strategic Counsel Voting Technologies Web & Interactive Media Retail/Investments Media Relations & Dissemination Facilitator Network Collateral Development Conference Planning & Production
  21. 21. Expanding Impact with New Technologies  Engage larger numbers of people  Enable two-way communication  Provide multiple levels of engagement  Efficient allocation of resources
  22. 22. Leveraging Online & Mobile Tools   Educating and Building Awareness •  Informing the Conversation
  23. 23. Leveraging Online & Mobile Tools   Expanded Face to Face Meetings •  Online Deliberation
  24. 24. Existing Online Technologies for Mapping Goals, Wiki-petition/policy drafting, and Debate
  25. 25. Leveraging Online & Mobile Tools   Sustained Participation
  26. 26. Open Gov Playbook, Feb. 17
  27. 27. International Best Practices
  28. 28. “Change will not come if we wait for some other person or some other time. We are the ones we've been waiting for. We are the change that we seek.” ~ Barak Obama
  29. 29. Thank You! Current work http://opengovdirective.pbworks.com Blog http://transformation-designpad.com

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