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An open Government Model for theOpenness and the Modernization of the       Public Administration      A. Capriglione Cons...
The Open Government Model• Goal: increasing of transparency in public organizations• Encourage “widespread forms of compli...
An open government implementation model Lee G. and Kwak Y.H                   increasing data transparency               ...
Core classes of information for a proactive disclosure (Darbishire H.)                 Classes of Information        Types...
Distributed vs and centralized data transparency          Distributed transparency            Data publication on thousa...
Stages of e-government development          O      O       C                                                         4. Se...
The Italian legal framework for public data openness                                                                  A   ...
The Italian service framework for Data openness (1) “Portale della Trasparenza”: one stop shop to transparency informatio...
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The growing development of the Open Government Model leads to an organizational revolution by breaking down organizational boundaries and providing greater access to information. It also can allow the increasing of transparency in public agencies and citizen participation, enhancing collaboration and facilitating democratic processes. Transparency and open data can be powerful tools to stimulate and support public services’ improvements, faster innovation and empower citizens’ rights. So actually many governmental organizations are reviewing and rearranging their processes, information and data to improve policies, enhance legitimacy and openness toward outside parties and citizens. Without an
“open” public knowledge is not possible to establish a culture of collaboration and participation among the main stakeholders.

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  1. 1. An open Government Model for theOpenness and the Modernization of the Public Administration A. Capriglione Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche N. Casalino, Università degli Studi Guglielmo Marconi M. Draoli, Agenzia per l’Italia Digitale G. Taranto, Biss srl
  2. 2. The Open Government Model• Goal: increasing of transparency in public organizations• Encourage “widespread forms of compliance monitoring of the principles of impartiality and fairness”, as stated by Italian law (art.11, comma 1 D.Lgs. n.150/2009)• Strongly related to data openness IX Conference of the Italian Chapter of AIS 1
  3. 3. An open government implementation model Lee G. and Kwak Y.H  increasing data transparency  improving open participation  enhancing open collaboration  realizing ubiquitous engagement IX Conference of the Italian Chapter of AIS 2
  4. 4. Core classes of information for a proactive disclosure (Darbishire H.) Classes of Information Types of Information Institutional information Legal basis of the institution, internal regulations, functions and powers. Organizational Organizational structure including information on personnel, the information names and contact information of public officials and salary details. Operational information Strategy and plans, policies, activities, procedures, reports, and evaluations including the facts and other documents and data being used as a basis for formulating them. Decisions and acts Decisions and formal acts, particularly those that directly affect the public including the data and documents used as the basis for these decisions and acts. Public services Descriptions of services offered to the public, guidance, booklets and information leaflets, copies of forms, information on fees and deadlines. Budget information Projected budget, actual income and expenditure (including salary information) and other financial information and audit reports. Open meetings information Information on meetings, including which are open meetings and how to attend these meetings. Decision-making & public Information on decision-making procedures including mechanisms participation for consultations and public participation in decision-making. Subsidies information Information on the beneficiaries of subsidies, the objectives, amounts, and implementation. Public procurement Detailed information on public procurement processes, criteria, and information outcomes of decision-making on tender applications; copies of contracts, and reports on completion of contracts. Lists, registers, Information on lists, registers, and databases held by the public body. databases Information about whether these lists, registers and databases are available online and/or for on-site access by members. Information about An index or register of documents/information held including details information held of information held in databases. Publications information Information on publications issued, including whether publications are free of charge or the price if they must be purchased. Information about the right Information on the right of access to information and how to request to information information, including contact information for the responsible person in each public body. IX Conference of the Italian Chapter of AIS 3
  5. 5. Distributed vs and centralized data transparency  Distributed transparency  Data publication on thousands P.A. web sites  Centralized transparency  Open National Institutional Data Repositories (statistic, demography …)  Is an on line one-stop shop in public transparency feasible? IX Conference of the Italian Chapter of AIS 4
  6. 6. Stages of e-government development O O C 4. Seamless r C g Full integration of a o e-services across n m administrative i p 3. Transactional Users can pay for boundaries. z l a e services and other t transactions i x o online. 2. Interactive n a Users can l download forms, S C send e-mail and C S interact through o i 1. Presence m the web. m An official p l p government e l online presence is x e established i t y Partial Integration Complete IX Conference of the Italian Chapter of AIS 5
  7. 7. The Italian legal framework for public data openness A 1 2 Transparency Public B Publicity legal legal obligations data Restricted obligations data 4 Open data 7 On request 3 Document Reuse access Inter Inter administration administration data exchange data exchange 5 6 IX Conference of the Italian Chapter of AIS 6
  8. 8. The Italian service framework for Data openness (1) “Portale della Trasparenza”: one stop shop to transparency information (to be developed) (2) “Portale della Pubblicità legale”: one stop shop to publicity legal information and documents (http://www.italia.gov.it/itagov2/content/pubblicità-legale-online) (4) “Dati.gov.it”: centralized directory of open dataset provided by the public administrations (http://www.dati.gov.it/) “Italia.gov.it”: search engine and knowledge base of the digital administration, a foundation framework of Portale della Trasparenza and Portale della Pubblicità legale” (http://www.italia.gov.it) “La Bussola della Trasparenza”: online tool for the analysis and the monitoring of the compliance of the Public Administration websites to Transparency obligations (distributed transparency) “PERLA PA” integrated system for the collection and monitoring of data and information on transparency (centralized transparency) IX Conference of the Italian Chapter of AIS 7
  9. 9. An open Government Model for the Openness and the Modernization of the Public Administration Contacts: Mauro Draoli – draoli@digitpa.gov.it

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