What’s our stack: process, technology, community and ideas for the future of RTI

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David Eaves Keynote from the Access & Privacy 2020 Conference in Vancouver, BC, October 2013 …

David Eaves Keynote from the Access & Privacy 2020 Conference in Vancouver, BC, October 2013

In this talk David talks about how technology has driven Right to Information movements in the past and how Open Government, Gov20 and others advocates should use apply those lesson to advocate for changes in the future.

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  • 1. What’s our stack: process, technology, community and ideas for the future of ATIP
  • 2. Data & Software Government & Public Policy Negotiation & Strategy
  • 3. 8
  • 4. key points 1. new expectations 2. ATIP is technology dependent 3. stack = process 4. ideas
  • 5. <1> New Expectations
  • 6. 30 milliseconds
  • 7. 30 milliseconds vs. 4 months
  • 8. "The Net interprets censorship as damage and routes around it."
  • 9. “Citizens interprets delay as damage..."
  • 10. is ATIP the solution, or the problem?
  • 11. <2> ATIP is technology dependent
  • 12. history
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  • 18. why?
  • 19. 19 66 Un it ed St at es
  • 20. 74 70 66 - - - Un No ed ay it rw Un St at es it 19 ed 77 St 19 at Me 78 es xi (P Fr co ri an 19 va ce 80 cy Am Ne en th dm 19 er en 82 la ts nd ) s Ca na da , 19 Ne 85 w Ze De al 19 nm an 91 ar d k & 19 Au 93 Br st az ra il Be 19 li lg 98 a iu 19 m 98 Ir e So land 20 ut 00 h Ko re Un a it & ed Be Ki li ng ze do m 19 19 19
  • 21. progressive coalitions political/trust crisis best practice
  • 22. 1960 Xerox 914 copier 74 70 66 - - - US No ed ay it rw Un St at es (P 19 ri 77 va cy 19 Me 78 Am xi en dm Fr co en an 19 ts ce 80 ) Ne th 19 er 82 la nd s Ca na da , 19 NZ 85 & Au De st 19 nm ra 91 ar li k 19 a 93 Br az Be il 19 lg 98 iu 19 m 98 - Ir e So land 20 ut 00 h Ko re Un a it & ed Be Ki li ng ze do m 19 19 19
  • 23. 1968 - 1960 $1B in sales *50-59 revenue = $12M Xerox 914 copier 74 70 66 - - - US No ed ay it rw Un St at es (P 19 ri 77 va cy 19 Me 78 Am xi en dm Fr co en an 19 ts ce 80 ) Ne th 19 er 82 la nd s Ca na da , 19 NZ 85 & Au De st 19 nm ra 91 ar li k 19 a 93 Br az Be il 19 lg 98 iu 19 m 98 - Ir e So land 20 ut 00 h Ko re Un a it & ed Be Ki li ng ze do m 19 19 19
  • 24. 1970 - $1.6B in sales 1969 - largest 100 companies 1968 - $1B in sales 1960 Xerox 914 copier 74 70 66 - - - US No ed ay it rw Un St at es (P 19 ri 77 va cy 19 Me 78 Am xi en dm Fr co en an 19 ts ce 80 ) Ne th 19 er 82 la nd s Ca na da , 19 NZ 85 & Au De st 19 nm ra 91 ar li k 19 a 93 Br az Be il 19 lg 98 iu 19 m 98 - Ir e So land 20 ut 00 h Ko re Un a it & ed Be Ki li ng ze do m 19 19 19
  • 25. 1980 - $8B in sales ~60% market share 1970 - $1.6B in sales 1969 - largest 100 companies 1968 - $1B in sales 1960 Xerox 914 copier 74 70 66 - - - US No ed ay it rw Un St at es (P 19 ri 77 va cy 19 Me 78 Am xi en dm Fr co en an 19 ts ce 80 ) Ne th 19 er 82 la nd s Ca na da , 19 NZ 85 & Au De st 19 nm ra 91 ar li k 19 a 93 Br az Be il 19 lg 98 iu 19 m 98 - Ir e So land 20 ut 00 h Ko re Un a it & ed Be Ki li ng ze do m 19 19 19
  • 26. ATIP is predicated on the existence of copiers
  • 27. why it matters
  • 28. <3> technology shapes process
  • 29. values driven technology agnostic
  • 30. values driven technology agnostic
  • 31. ATIP/FOIA built on a set of assumptions
  • 32. ATIP/FOIA built on a stack
  • 33. technology stack
  • 34. commissioners live in a world of process
  • 35. ATIP PROCESS DISTRIBUTION POLITICAL/SECURITY ASSESSMENT INVESTIGATIONS BLACK BOX
  • 36. ATIP PROCESS DISTRIBUTION POLITICAL/SECURITY ASSESSMENT INVESTIGATIONS BLACK BOX
  • 37. software
  • 38. software is process
  • 39. control the software control the process
  • 40. influence the software influence the process
  • 41. ATIP PROCESS DISTRIBUTION POLITICAL/SECURITY ASSESSMENT INVESTIGATIONS BLACK BOX PROCUREMENT Rules, Processes & Culture OPEN BY DEFAULT EASY TO ACCESS
  • 42. sometimes comment on this ATIP PROCESS report about this DISTRIBUTION POLITICAL/SECURITY ASSESSMENT INVESTIGATIONS BLACK BOX PROCUREMENT Rules, Processes & Culture OPEN BY DEFAULT EASY TO ACCESS write about this
  • 43. auditing books to spreadsheets to systems
  • 44. auditing books to spreadsheets to systems
  • 45. auditing books to spreadsheets to systems
  • 46. <4> ideas
  • 47. 1. help define standards for procurement
  • 48. ATIP PROCESS DISTRIBUTION POLITICAL/SECURITY ASSESSMENT INVESTIGATIONS BLACK BOX PROCUREMENT Rules, Processes & Culture OPEN BY DEFAULT EASY TO ACCESS
  • 49. understand our assumptions act policies standards
  • 50. open data as pre-approved systems
  • 51. why not for some document creation processes?
  • 52. why not for some document creation processes? procurement buyandsell.gc.ca
  • 53. 2. Create your open data on response times
  • 54. build power
  • 55. 64
  • 56. 3. open data
  • 57. assess openness of data especially regulatory data
  • 58. Wonderful Case Study • • • 2006-2012 spills $4000 eventually 711 pages of printed records ($262) • months to convert • run around • Energy Resources Conservation Board ($367) • Alberta Township System not Lat/Long ($1000 to convert)
  • 59. 3. there is an opportunity for a broader tent
  • 60. not just government not just reporters
  • 61. hello!: programmers/ developers archivists librarians bloggers CIOs technologists
  • 62. access gov20
  • 63. access gov20 accountability leverage
  • 64. find common interests
  • 65. speed reliability persistence accountability leverage accessibility
  • 66. We need a new act
  • 67. - eliminates the joke of access summaries -respects today’s expectations of access - compels government to rethink how it creates and manages documents and data - makes new assumptions about the stack it is on, and what the stack SHOULD be.
  • 68. @daeaves david@eaves.ca www.eaves.ca This work is copyrighted using Creative Commons Attribution 2.5 You may share and remix this work on the condition that you attribute the work to its original author.
  • 69. ATIP PROCESS DISTRIBUTION POLITICAL/SECURITY ASSESSMENT STORAGE/ARCHIVE ARCHIVES HARD DRIVES EMAIL INTERNAL USAGE DOCUMENT CREATION PROCUREMENT POLITICAL/SECURITY ASSESSMENT
  • 70. ATIP PROCESS STORAGE/ARCHIVE INTERNAL USAGE DOCUMENT CREATION PROCUREMENT