Ohio Digital Government SummitTransforming Service Delivery at the Ground Level                Jill Miller ZimonDirector o...
Cultivating A CultureJohn Hoornbeek of Kent State University’s Center for Public  Administration and Public Policy describ...
EGN: Foundation of Shared Services          Innovation in NE Ohio•2008-2010 EfficientGovNow      Public competition      S...
Ingredients for a NetworkWHO: Elected officials, departmental heads, academic peers,business interestsPURPOSE: Build relat...
What’s Next•COSE•Playbook•Membership List•Map                   • LGIF Grant                   • Shared Services          ...
Examples of Local Implementation              1.Tallmadge    2.Summit County Public Health          3.Copley Dispatch    4...
Tallmadge    Tallmadge is a city in Summit andPortage counties in Ohio, United States. It is a suburb of Akron and part of...
Summit County Public Health          District Summit County is an urban county located in the state ofOhio, United States....
Copley Township Dispatch  Copley Township is one of the nine townships of  Summit County, Ohio, United States. The 2000  c...
Center for Local Government
Sourcing Office
Examples of Local Implementation                        Skinny Ohio                   http://skinnyohio.org/              ...
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"Transforming Service Delivery at the Ground Level" Ohio Digital Government Summit 2012

  1. 1. Ohio Digital Government SummitTransforming Service Delivery at the Ground Level Jill Miller ZimonDirector of Partnerships, The Civic CommonsNetwork Facilitator, EfficientGovNetwork, The Civic Commons
  2. 2. Cultivating A CultureJohn Hoornbeek of Kent State University’s Center for Public Administration and Public Policy describes the evolution from no projects to EfficientGovNow to EfficientGovNetwork as analogous to sowing seeds: While EGNow prepared the soil and some seedlings have grown, germinated and born fruit, much more growth is possible and can be nurtured through the Network.
  3. 3. EGN: Foundation of Shared Services Innovation in NE Ohio•2008-2010 EfficientGovNow Public competition Seed money Media coverage•2010-2012 EfficientGovNetwork Convenes monthly w/EGN applicants, winners Develops online portal Regional Collaboration Conference LGIF pursuit, success•2013 Develop sustainable structure, purpose & action plan
  4. 4. Ingredients for a NetworkWHO: Elected officials, departmental heads, academic peers,business interestsPURPOSE: Build relationships & trust; share knowledge; find partnersVALUE: Create common resources to share & replicate
  5. 5. What’s Next•COSE•Playbook•Membership List•Map • LGIF Grant • Shared Services Expo • Increased capacity
  6. 6. Examples of Local Implementation 1.Tallmadge 2.Summit County Public Health 3.Copley Dispatch 4.Center for Local Government 5.Sourcing Office
  7. 7. Tallmadge Tallmadge is a city in Summit andPortage counties in Ohio, United States. It is a suburb of Akron and part of theAkron Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 17,537 at the 2010 census. Wikipedia
  8. 8. Summit County Public Health District Summit County is an urban county located in the state ofOhio, United States. According to the 2010 census, it has a population of 541,781, which is a decrease of 0.2% from 542,899 in 2000. Its county seat is Akron. Wikipedia
  9. 9. Copley Township Dispatch Copley Township is one of the nine townships of Summit County, Ohio, United States. The 2000 census found 13,641 people in the township. Wikipedia
  10. 10. Center for Local Government
  11. 11. Sourcing Office
  12. 12. Examples of Local Implementation Skinny Ohio http://skinnyohio.org/ Shared Services Idea Center http://www.auditor.state.oh.us/sharedservices/defaul t.htm KSU CPAPP http://www.kent.edu/cpapp/index.cfm ODOD LGIF Awardees http://www.development.ohio.gov/urban/LGIF.htm The Civic Commons EGN site http://theciviccommons.com/egn
  13. 13. THANK YOU!

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