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NICAR  - Abhi Nemani - Feb 25
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NICAR  - Abhi Nemani - Feb 25
NICAR  - Abhi Nemani - Feb 25
NICAR  - Abhi Nemani - Feb 25
NICAR  - Abhi Nemani - Feb 25
NICAR  - Abhi Nemani - Feb 25
NICAR  - Abhi Nemani - Feb 25
NICAR  - Abhi Nemani - Feb 25
NICAR  - Abhi Nemani - Feb 25
NICAR  - Abhi Nemani - Feb 25
NICAR  - Abhi Nemani - Feb 25
NICAR  - Abhi Nemani - Feb 25
NICAR  - Abhi Nemani - Feb 25
NICAR  - Abhi Nemani - Feb 25
NICAR  - Abhi Nemani - Feb 25
NICAR  - Abhi Nemani - Feb 25
NICAR  - Abhi Nemani - Feb 25
NICAR  - Abhi Nemani - Feb 25
NICAR  - Abhi Nemani - Feb 25
NICAR  - Abhi Nemani - Feb 25
NICAR  - Abhi Nemani - Feb 25
NICAR  - Abhi Nemani - Feb 25
NICAR  - Abhi Nemani - Feb 25
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  • Steep innovation curve that has changed our lives as social beings and consumers over the last ten yearsNot just more convenient, also more connected and capable of acting as networksBut our experiences as citizens really hasn’t changed or at least citizens of our governmentMany particularly young people think of themselves as citizens of the Internet more than of their own government The gap between this innovation curve in the public sector and the private sector is DANGEROUS…it destroys trust between the people and the institution that is supposed to serve us all
  • Steep innovation curve that has changed our lives as social beings and consumers over the last ten yearsNot just more convenient, also more connected and capable of acting as networksBut our experiences as citizens really hasn’t changed or at least citizens of our governmentMany particularly young people think of themselves as citizens of the Internet more than of their own government The gap between this innovation curve in the public sector and the private sector is DANGEROUS…it destroys trust between the people and the institution that is supposed to serve us all
  • The gap between this innovation curve in the public sector and the private sector is DANGEROUS…it destroys trust between the people and the institution that is supposed to serve us all
  • Steep innovation curve that has changed our lives as social beings and consumers over the last ten yearsNot just more convenient, also more connected and capable of acting as networksBut our experiences as citizens really hasn’t changed or at least citizens of our governmentMany particularly young people think of themselves as citizens of the Internet more than of their own government The gap between this innovation curve in the public sector and the private sector is DANGEROUS…it destroys trust between the people and the institution that is supposed to serve us all
  • Steep innovation curve that has changed our lives as social beings and consumers over the last ten yearsNot just more convenient, also more connected and capable of acting as networksBut our experiences as citizens really hasn’t changed or at least citizens of our governmentMany particularly young people think of themselves as citizens of the Internet more than of their own government The gap between this innovation curve in the public sector and the private sector is DANGEROUS…it destroys trust between the people and the institution that is supposed to serve us all
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    • 1. The Problem:Getting on the Innovation Curve
    • 2. The Problem:Getting on the Innovation Curve
    • 3. The Problem:Fixing the Trust Gap
    • 4. The Fellowship, The Brigade, The AcceleratorOUR MODEL:HOW WE’RE REBUILDING CIVIC TRUST
    • 5. City 1.0: Closed, Disconnected, StagnantCOMMUNITY THE CITY STARTUPS
    • 6. What We Do: Apply Pressure from Inside & Out Brigade Fellowship AcceleratorCOMMUNITY THE CITY STARTUPS Civic Commons
    • 7. City 2.0: Open, Connected, Innovative Brigade Fellowship AcceleratorCOMMUNITY THE CITY STARTUPS Civic Commons
    • 8. Opening Up DataOpen Cities. Open Data. @codeforamerica codeforamerica.org
    • 9. A Sense of “What’s Possible”5 EXAMPLES:DESIGN, REUSE & DATA
    • 10. The Powerstrip of the CityOpen311.org @codeforamerica codeforamerica.org
    • 11. Open311
    • 12. Heatmap of service requests
    • 13. Networked Cities for Open InnovationTHE CIVIC COMMONS @codeforamerica codeforamerica.org
    • 14. The MarketComparatively, thegovernment IT market isthe largest technologymarket• Over 50x bigger than iPhone apps• Over 10x bigger than the video games industryLargely undisrupted, heldby old vendorsGovernments want achange
    • 15. Marketplace: Civic Tech Intel emerging what sucks standards? the most?outlining the core “civic stack” M startup opportunities where are there gaps? open source opportunities
    • 16. DataCouch.com
    • 17. Civic APIs• Unlock access to civic data• World Bank, EPA, FCC, etc• github.com/codeforamerica
    • 18. Designing Better Civic ExperiencesDiscoverBPS.org @codeforamerica codeforamerica.org

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