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How governments engage citizens is rapidly changing with both the Internet and the rise of social media use by citizens such as Facebook and Twitter. How are leading-edge governments using these ...

How governments engage citizens is rapidly changing with both the Internet and the rise of social media use by citizens such as Facebook and Twitter. How are leading-edge governments using these tools plus open data, mapping, and other techniques to better engage citizens

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  • Add Screenshots to this … MPs always discreet
  • Add Screenshots to this … MPs always discreet
  • www.Ideascale.com also has been used by the Obama Administration in Citizen’s Briefing Book – could be used to collect ideas from travelers to help improve transportation in neighborhoods or feedback on specific issues.
  • Add the Seattle Times to this
  • Add the Seattle Times to this
  • City government has openly embraced a series of Social Media tools, starting with City Link
  • Seattle PD will often tweet about events or incidents which are causing traffic tie-ups, allowing people to avoid those locations. Tweets often link to the blog spdblotter.seattle.gov for more information, which more rapidly disseminates information to the media as well.
  • SPD will blog with details of incidents so media and the public can rapidly get correct information. Tweets feed to this blog.
  • http://web5.seattle.gov/mnm/default.aspx?tabId=1 or click on the map at the Seattle government homepage www.seattle.gov
  • Maybe add actual travel times to this?
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Citizen Engagement Pacific NW Digital Summit 10-03-13 Citizen Engagement Pacific NW Digital Summit 10-03-13 Presentation Transcript

  • Bill Schrier State of Washington Office of the Chief Information Officer Pacific Northwest Digital Summit October 3, 2013
  • Pacific Northwest Digital Summit – Oct 3, 2013
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  • 5 Briefing Book Top Issues Legalize Marijuana - 92,970 Greenest Gov’t - 70,470 End abstinence sex educ - 65,350 Tax Scientology - 52,470 View slide
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  • Citizen Engagement in Government 9
  • Citizen Engagement in Government 11
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  • On the map:  Government locations  Public Art, Parks  911 calls – Fire  911 calls – Police  Crimes  Building Permits  Much much more … 16
  • Traffic Flow Traffic Alert Traffic Camera Real-time Travel Time Real-time travel times from license plate recognition 17
  • Live Streaming Archive Search
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  • Citizen Engagement in Government 21
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  • Citizen Engagement in Government 26
  •  Tweeting and Emergency Alerting  Harvesting social media  Two-way video for testimony  Gamification – budgets and more  Living Voters’ Guide for legislation  Mobile apps of all kinds
  • The “Schrier Salute” BTSOM
  • Bill Schrier  State of Washington Office of the Chief Information Officer  Retired Chief Technology Officer, City of Seattle, 2003-2012 Contacts:  bill.schrier@ofm.wa.gov  Mobile 206-255-2156  Twitter @billschrier  Blog schrier.wordpress.com
  • Are we there yet?