BETHSIMONENOVECKTALK 15TECHforGOV75% - 100%50% - 74%25% -49%10% - 24%fewer than 10%Drug availabilityin Sub-Saharan AfricaWeekly death tollPercentage of people in needof treatment who are receivinganti-retroviral drugs 2005Estimated number of people who died each week from HIV/AIDS in 2005Selected examples
BETHSIMONENOVECKTALK 18TECHforGOVSolving Public Problems?Resistance is MobileThe majority of countries withongoing malaria transmissionnow report mosquitoesresistant to one or moreclasses of insecticideColombiaResistance to twoclasses detectedCote d’IvoireResistance to fourclasses detectedCountries with malariatransmission andinsecticide resistanceCountries with malariatransmission and no reportof insecticide resistanceIndiaResistance to threeclasses detected
BETHSIMONENOVECKTALK 19TECHforGOVGov still looks like this
BETHSIMONENOVECKTALK 20TECHforGOVOffice scene at theNavy Department1918
BETHSIMONENOVECKTALK 21TECHforGOVAND WE INTERACT WITH GOVERNMENT LIKE THIS
BETHSIMONENOVECKTALK 45TECHforGOVDemocracy TheatreClassicTrade-OffHighLowFocusParticipationCommandand ControlA Thousandflowers bloomFOCUSEDCOLLABORATIONLow High
BETHSIMONENOVECKTALK 46TECHforGOVPUBLIC VS. PRIVATE CHALLENGES:How is Solving Public Problems Different from Solving Private Ones?Public institutions do not have a well developedculture of asking questions.There is little institutional readiness to incorporatinggood ideas from outside.
BETHSIMONENOVECKTALK 47TECHforGOVBureaucracies lack access to good technology orpeople who can use it.The public distrusts the seriousness of the intention.Leaders often distrust the ability of the public tocrowdsource wisely.
BETHSIMONENOVECKTALK 48TECHforGOVIdentifytheproblemDefinethe processto fit theproblemCompareprecedentsCompressthetimeframeCreateincentives(make it fun/prize)Identify andreach theaudienceGive peoplethe dataBecommittedto actGivefeedbackHOW TO DO IT