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  • Open Data Planning Activities: Emerging Practices from a Public Value Approach Meghan Cook International Conference for eDemocracy and Open Government May 22, 2014
  • CTG’s Three Priorities • Knowledge Creation • Information Dissemination • Capacity Building
  • Public Value Work
  • Public Value Proposition Public Cost Private Cost (?) IT Investment Internal Agency Returns Direct Citizen Benefit Public-at- Large Benefit * *    * * * * * ** * * *  * Secondary Performance Gain General Economic Development Policy/ Electoral Benefit Vendor/ Industry Benefit  Development Risk Benefit Risk* Direct Benefit Flow Indirect Benefit Flow Direct Benefit Accumulation Indirect Benefit Accumulation Business Goal or Problem
  • Economic Value income, asset values, liabilities, entitlements, risks to these How is PUBLIC VALUE expressed? Political Value personal or corporate influence on government & politics. Social Value family or community relationships, social mobility, status, identity. Quality of Life Value security, health, recreation, personal liberty Stewardship Value public’s view of government officials as faithful stewards. Strategic Value economic or political advantage or opportunities, goals, resources for innovation or planning. Ideological Value alignment of beliefs, moral or ethical values with government actions or outcomes.
  • Implemented Recently…. • NYS Department of Transportation • NYS Office of the State Comptroller • Open NY • Airnow • Federal Government of Nigeria
  • Part 2 STEP 1 STEP 5 Initiative Description: · Title · Purpose · Supporting strategic goals · Program or policy area · Tactics Describe Initiative Review Open Government Public Value Portfolio · Review public value assessments across all initiatives to inform decision making. · Does our open government portfolio, taken as a whole, optimize our resources and capabilities while meeting our mission and delivering maximum public value to all stakeholders? STEP 6 · Establish a summary assessment for the initiative for each public value type across all the primary stakeholders · All summary assessments are populated into the Portfolio Review Workbook (Step 6) · Identify a full list of initiative stakeholders · Prioritize by rating each stakeholder as A, B, or C Identify and Prioritize Stakeholders STEP 2 Initiative One-Five Workbooks · Identify the type and level of Public Value the initiative is expected to create for each of the primary stakeholders Public Value is expressed in terms of: · Economic value · Social Value · Political Value · Strategic Value · Quality of Life Value · Ideological Value · Stewardship Value Identify and Rate the Public Value STEP 3 · For each stakeholder and each change mechanism describe how the expected value will be produced Change mechanisms include impacts on: · Efficiency · Effectiveness · Intrinsic Enhancement · Transparency · Collaboration · Participation Identify Stakeholder Interests STEP 4 Summarize the Public Value Assessments Portfolio Review Workbook Part 1
  • Public Value Work
  • • On Data Planning is Group/ Team Effort not an Individual One • Expressing Meaningful and Useful Statements Needs Guidance • Even when faced with high public value decisions are made based on economic impacts What We Are Learning…
  • What We Are Learning …. • Expertise and Techniques Needed to Elicit and Discuss Positive and Negative Value • Public Value Statements are the first step in developing metrics • It is a way to develop a more comprehensive picture of value to inform decision making
  • Meghan Cook mcook@ctg.albany.edu