INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY FOR MINNESOTA GOVERNMENT

Government Innovation
-not an oxymoron
James Kauth
MN.IT Services
Thursda...
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY FOR MINNESOTA GOVERNMENT

Agenda
• What is it?
• Big “E” versus little “e”
• What next?

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Enterprise IT is tuned for operational efficiency, not IT
effectiveness for business
By design IT consolidation shines lig...
We need to
get to here

We are
here

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Government & Innovation

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 Social contract
 Mutual protection based on agreed-upon rules
- Jean Jacques Rousseau

 Safety
 Enable the people to ...
Invention - create something new
Innovation - do something different
Improvement - do the same things
better (reengineer)
...
“Making changes to something established by introducing
something better and, as a consequence, new” -Wikipedia
 The most...
 Common thread: both are at their best with high social
engagement
 How does government increase connectivity to
“incuba...
enterprise vs Enterprise

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 OSS is hosting an open data jam “Capitol Code”
 Supporting International Open Data Day
 Feb 22, 2014 event at CoCo: si...
Why it’s needed:
Intra-agency enterprise data governance
Inter-agency Enterprise data governance
 Single use inter-agen...
Call to action:
Data Governance White Paper delivered to Governor’s office, Oct 2013
 Driven by State CIO: “IT can enable...
Chief sponsor identified:
 Spencer Cronk, Commissioner, Department of Administration
Member list (growing):
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 Governance model
 Coordination, legislation, roles & responsibilities

 Value proposition/cost savings
 Entrepreneurs...
What’s Next

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 New focus: publish public data online
 Open Public Data: $3 - $5 trillion potential!
-McKinsey Global Institute report,...
 There are more cell phones than people in the US
 57% of people talk online more than in real life

 15% of search que...
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A yearlong process of public housing record-seeking
 Tracked down 580 unscrupulous properties in Minneapolis
 Linked to ...
Government open data:
 Government-controlled National Weather Service data creates $1.5B industry
 City of Chicago has 1...
 Privacy and security
 Data governance discipline, data integrity
 Open data disclaimers, opt-in sharing, click agreeme...
 Connection opportunities abound
 Dept of Revenue launching idea campaign
 Cities, counties, municipalities, nonprofits...
Clarifications
Takeaways
or questions?
-something practical
-possibly inspiring
-anything useful?

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  1. 1. INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY FOR MINNESOTA GOVERNMENT Government Innovation -not an oxymoron James Kauth MN.IT Services Thursday, January 30 1
  2. 2. INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY FOR MINNESOTA GOVERNMENT Agenda • What is it? • Big “E” versus little “e” • What next? 2
  3. 3. Enterprise IT is tuned for operational efficiency, not IT effectiveness for business By design IT consolidation shines light at the end of the tunnel for agency business I’m knocking on doors to find opportunities to connect 3 Powered by MN.IT Services
  4. 4. We need to get to here We are here 4 Powered by MN.IT Services
  5. 5. Government & Innovation 5
  6. 6.  Social contract  Mutual protection based on agreed-upon rules - Jean Jacques Rousseau  Safety  Enable the people to live in safety and happiness -Thomas Jefferson  Property  “Government has no other end than preservation of property” -John Locke  Progress  “…to ensure the unhindered development of the individual.” -Albert Einstein 6 Powered by MN.IT Services
  7. 7. Invention - create something new Innovation - do something different Improvement - do the same things better (reengineer) “The execution of new ideas that create sustainable, business value.” 7 Powered by MN.IT Services
  8. 8. “Making changes to something established by introducing something better and, as a consequence, new” -Wikipedia  The most successful businesses rely on collaborative social ideation to innovate  Exaptation: a trait evolves to serve a particular function, but subsequently it may come to serve another.  “Chance favors the connected mind” -Steven Johnson 8 Powered by MN.IT Services
  9. 9.  Common thread: both are at their best with high social engagement  How does government increase connectivity to “incubate” the “slow hunches”?  When we realize that:  Government is a business in a competitive market  Citizens are our key stakeholders  Data is a strategic asset  Open access to public government data 9 Powered by MN.IT Services
  10. 10. enterprise vs Enterprise 10
  11. 11.  OSS is hosting an open data jam “Capitol Code”  Supporting International Open Data Day  Feb 22, 2014 event at CoCo: sign up on EventBrite.com  A developing model for a government-business partnership contract  28 states leveraging G2B data transaction revenue sharing  Rapid resource access to deploy new IT business services  Enterprise Data Governance  Defined: principles, goals, and focus areas  A long road, but strong support and active participation 11 Powered by MN.IT Services
  12. 12. Why it’s needed: Intra-agency enterprise data governance Inter-agency Enterprise data governance  Single use inter-agency data sharing agreements  Inconsistent naming conventions, data models, formats  Costly redundant data collection, storage and management  Data confidence and integrity 12 Powered by MN.IT Services
  13. 13. Call to action: Data Governance White Paper delivered to Governor’s office, Oct 2013  Driven by State CIO: “IT can enable, but doesn’t own the data”  Co-author working group:  State Demographer  MN Housing CIO  Information Policy Analysis (IPAD)  Chief GIS Officer of MNGeo  MN.IT Enterprise Data Architect  Dept. of Education CIO  MN.IT Director of Innovation Result: Governor’s Chief of Staff support 13 Powered by MN.IT Services
  14. 14. Chief sponsor identified:  Spencer Cronk, Commissioner, Department of Administration Member list (growing):          14 Mona Dohman, Commissioner, Department of Public Safety Dr. Edward Ehlinger, Commissioner, Minnesota Department of Health Carolyn Parnell, Commissioner, MN.IT Services Larry Pogemiller, Director, Office of Higher Education John Linc Stine, Commissioner, Pollution Control Agency Mary Tingerthal, Commissioner, Minnesota Housing Finance Agency Dave Schad, Deputy Commissioner, Department of Natural Resources Tim Henkel, Assistant Commissioner, Department of Transportation Blake Chaffee and Deb Serum, Department of Employment and Economic Development Powered by MN.IT Services
  15. 15.  Governance model  Coordination, legislation, roles & responsibilities  Value proposition/cost savings  Entrepreneurship, reduce redundancy  Principles  Sustainability, data integrity, accessibility  Culture  Data as an asset  Data Mapping  Inventory, domains, authoritative sources 15 Powered by MN.IT Services
  16. 16. What’s Next 16
  17. 17.  New focus: publish public data online  Open Public Data: $3 - $5 trillion potential! -McKinsey Global Institute report, Oct 2013  Open public data is the natural resource of government innovation  “…government of the people, by the people, for the people…” –Lincoln, 1863  By a chosen few or maybe by the masses? 17 Powered by MN.IT Services
  18. 18.  There are more cell phones than people in the US  57% of people talk online more than in real life  15% of search queries are ones that Google has NEVER seen before  Crowd-funding raised $5.1B in donations for campaigns in 2013  Social media is multi-lingual, multi-cultural and multi-generational 18 Powered by MN.IT Services
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  20. 20. A yearlong process of public housing record-seeking  Tracked down 580 unscrupulous properties in Minneapolis  Linked to known felons, fraudsters, Ponzi schemers, equity strippers, slumlords  City and county public record data stored electronically:  Only available at government offices  Copies by print only $1 per page  $1,200 in printing fees  All trying to aid his community as an unpaid citizen Full story at tonywebster.com 20 Powered by MN.IT Services
  21. 21. Government open data:  Government-controlled National Weather Service data creates $1.5B industry  City of Chicago has 1,000 feeds of automated and machine-readable open datasets  New York City tree database mashed up with public accident records  SLDS educational data sharing to increase graduation rates B2B open data:     21 Climate Corp. sold for $1B. Mash-up soil data with weather data for crop mgmt Price transparency across markets increases competition Improve products and processes Benchmarking data increases awareness and improvements Powered by MN.IT Services
  22. 22.  Privacy and security  Data governance discipline, data integrity  Open data disclaimers, opt-in sharing, click agreements  Citizens aren’t inherently bad, with Tony Webster’s & $5B in annual donations  Technical capability/cost to make data available  Tap the business partnership model –who wants your data?  Leverage new skills and new priorities from IT consolidation  Secure APIs, controlled access to data  Lost revenue from data sales  Save time and $ fulfilling perpetual data requests  McKinsey: $3T-$5T in potential revenue from government open data  Part of a system: local loss but new profits + taxes = more general fund $ 22 Powered by MN.IT Services
  23. 23.  Connection opportunities abound  Dept of Revenue launching idea campaign  Cities, counties, municipalities, nonprofits, foundations, businesses alike  Federal data.gov site has over 90,000 public data sets available  Local government: success story in community connectedness  State-local gov’t needs tighter innovation integration  Activity everywhere, we’re behind but catching on!  Some nearby examples:  Forever St. Paul Challenge  1,000 ideas submitted, $1M prize  Winner: Tracy Sides –a friend and a life changing outcome for her  Visualizing Neighborhoods  U of M CURA Hackathon  Bus route apps, central corridor jobs, community greenspace mapping 23 Powered by MN.IT Services
  24. 24. Clarifications Takeaways or questions? -something practical -possibly inspiring -anything useful? 24
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