ICT for Governance and Policy Modelling

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ICT for Governance and Policy Modelling

  1. 1. ICT for Governance and Policy ModellingConstituency building Workshop, Brussels 13 July 2010 András Gábor, Andrea Kő
  2. 2. Cloud Information infrastructure & architecture Semantic determination technologies Policy Model Customization Model Selection Construction Information Retrieval Toolset •Selection of data sources,Policy Maker Policy attributes knowledge sources,Challenges determination Decision Mining •Text•Complex environment Adaption to changing agent Mining •Data•Lack of common governance environments and reflection •Visulizationmodels to civil society needs•Insufficient interpretion and web 2.0 communitiesvisualisation the policy influencingfactors Information Information•Lack of proper feedback to policy Retrieval Solution Retrievalmakers Strategy Well-balanced “push and/or pull” •Model results information Feedback to policy Real-time support makers for policy makers •Measurement of the policy making success Data Collection Model Run - ROI for governments Model Results Decision agent Interpretation Policy Monitoring Running the specific model using the actual data© András Gábor, Andrea Kő ICT for Governance and Policy Modelling 2 Constituency building Workshop, Brussels, 2010
  3. 3. Cloud Information infrastructure & architecture Semantic determination technologies Policy Model Customization Model Selection Construction Information Retrieval Toolset •Selection of data sources,Policy Maker Policy attributes knowledge sources,Challenges determination Decision Mining •Text•Complex environment Adaption to changing agent Mining •Data•Lack of common governance environments and reflection •Visulizationmodels to civil society needs•Insufficient interpretion and web 2.0 communitiesvisualisation the policy influencingfactors Information Information•Lack of proper feedback to policy Retrieval Solution Retrievalmakers Strategy Well-balanced “push and/or pull” •Model results information Feedback to policy Real-time support makers for policy makers •Measurement of the policy making success Data Collection Model Run - ROI for governments Model Results Decision agent Interpretation Policy Monitoring Running the specific model using the actual data© András Gábor, Andrea Kő ICT for Governance and Policy Modelling 3 Constituency building Workshop, Brussels, 2010
  4. 4. Thank you foryour attention! Email: agabor@corvinno.com; ako@corvinno.com

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