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    • Competence Center ELAN Fraunhofer FOKUS Research Group „High Performance Portals“ Project „Web 2.0 for the Public Sector“ TICC @ Zeppelin University Friedrichshafen Project „Open Government“
    • Competence Center ELAN Fraunhofer FOKUS Grenoble 09.11.2010 Open Government Prof. Dr. Jörn von Lucke Research Group „High Performance Portals for the Public Sector“ Fraunhofer Institute FOKUS, Berlin Deutsche Telekom Institute for Connected Cities Zeppelin University, Friedrichshafen
    • Competence Center ELAN Fraunhofer FOKUS Agenda  Open Government  Opening of State and Administration  Opening by Web 2.0-Technologies  Perspectives of a further Opening  Challenge Open Government3
    • Competence Center ELAN Fraunhofer FOKUS Agenda  Open Government  Opening of State and Administration  Opening by Web 2.0-Technologies  Perspectives of a further Opening  Challenge Open Government4
    • Competence Center ELAN Fraunhofer FOKUS Open Government  Opening of state and administration towards the population and business  Opening willingly: impetuses, discourses, networking  Opening in times of web 2.0 and social media age  Cultural change for public administration  USA 2009: „Transparency and Open Government“ Transparency, Participation and Collaboration5 Source: Zeppelin University 2010.
    • Competence Center ELAN Fraunhofer FOKUS Open Government as an umbrella term for different opening concepts  Transparency 2.0  Participation 2.0  Collaboration 2.0  Open Innovation  Open Statescraft and Open Governance  Openness towards the Population  Open Society  Freedom of Information  Open Data and Open Knowledge  Open Standards, Open Interfaces and Open Software6 Source: Zeppelin University 2010.
    • Competence Center ELAN Fraunhofer FOKUS Agenda  Open Government  Opening of State and Administration  Opening by Web 2.0-Technologies  Perspectives of a further Opening  Challenge Open Government7
    • Competence Center ELAN Fraunhofer FOKUS Opening of State and Administration National Associations Publicity Government and Non-profit- (Press & Media) Agencies organizations Subnational Government Government Population Government Agency Agency (Citizens and Voters) Agencies Local Administrative Government Staff Business Agencies Open Government - Open Knowledge - Open Source - Open Innovation8 Source: Zeppelin University 2010.
    • Competence Center ELAN Fraunhofer FOKUS Trends due to Open Government: Opening by Web 2.0-Technologies  Constitution of new Communities  Transparent, open Information  Collaborative, open Editing  Collaborative, open Discussion  Collaborative, open Decision  Collaborative, open Action  Collaborative, open Programming9 Source: Zeppelin University 2010.
    • Competence Center ELAN Fraunhofer FOKUS Agenda  Open Government  Opening of State and Administration  Opening by Web 2.0-Technologies  Perspectives of a further Opening  Challenge Open Government10
    • Competence Center ELAN Fraunhofer FOKUS Government 1.0 to Government 3.0  Government 1.0 – First generation – Internet, Extranet and Intranet, World Wide Web  Government 2.0 – Opening by Social Media – Blogging, Microblogging, Wikis and Podcasts – Social Networks, BarCamps and Flashmobs – Social Commerce and Virtual Worlds  Government 3.0 – Semantic Web – Semantic Web and Augmented Reality – Internet of Things and Internet of Services11 Source: Zeppelin University 2010.
    • Competence Center ELAN Fraunhofer FOKUS Web 2.0-Technology (Social Media) opens State and Administration12 Quelle: Ethority 2010.
    • Competence Center ELAN Fraunhofer FOKUS Web 2.0-Technology (Social Media) opens State and Administration  Social Networks (Communities)  Blogging (Web-/Mikro-/Photoblogging, Web-/Podcasting)  Wikipedia  City wikis and Regio wikis  Office wikis and Internal wikis  Complain and idea management  Dashboards and Cockpits  Participatory Budget  Open Government Data Portals  Government Mashups and Government AppStores  BarCamps, CityCamps, PolitCamps and HackDays13 Source: Deutsche Telekom AG and Zeppelin University 2010.
    • Competence Center ELAN Fraunhofer FOKUS Expert Paper: Open Government Published in May 2009 First German Definition for Open Government http://www.t-city.de http://ticc.zeppelin-university.de14 Source: Deutsche Telekom AG and Zeppelin University 2010.
    • Competence Center ELAN Fraunhofer FOKUS Collaborative Editing: Bodenseekreis in the German Wikipedia15 Source: Wikipedia 2010.
    • Competence Center ELAN Fraunhofer FOKUS Collaborative Editing: „Boodeseechrais“ in the Alemanic Wikipedia16 Source: Wikipedia 2010.
    • Competence Center ELAN Fraunhofer FOKUS Collaborative, open Editing: CityWiki Karlsruhe17 Source: Stadtwiki Karlsruhe 2009.
    • Competence Center ELAN Fraunhofer FOKUS Internal Administrational Wiki: cellent eGovernment18 Source: Stadt Stuttgart 2010.
    • Competence Center ELAN Fraunhofer FOKUS Collaborative, open Editing: „Open Street Map“Source: Open Street Map 2010.
    • Competence Center ELAN Fraunhofer FOKUS Collaborative, open Editing: Open Street Map20 Quelle: Open Street Map 2010 und Maron 2010.
    • Competence Center ELAN Fraunhofer FOKUS Collaborative, open Editing: Open Street Map after the Earthquake21 Quelle: Open Street Map 2010.
    • Competence Center ELAN Fraunhofer FOKUS Collaborative, open Action: Haiti Crisis Map22 Quelle: Open Street Map / Haiti Crisis Map 2010.
    • Competence Center ELAN Fraunhofer FOKUS Stadtgedächtnis
    • Competence Center ELAN Fraunhofer FOKUS Collaborative, open Discussion: „Aufbruch Bayern“ Duration (2010): Duration (2010): 2 Months 2 Months Active Participants: Active Participants: 2.094 2.094 Ideas/Proposals: Ideas/Proposals: 740 740 Ratings: Ratings: 10.932 10.932 Comments: Comments: 6.342 6.342 Visitors: Visitors: 100.334 100.334 Page Visits: Page Visits: 390.053 390.053 Days on Platform: Days on Platform: 760 MDays 760 MDays User Generated Content: User Generated Content: 1540 Pages 1540 Pages24 Source: Freistaat Bayern / HYVE Innovation Community Group GmbH 2010.
    • Competence Center ELAN Fraunhofer FOKUS Collaborative, open Information: Stuttgart21 versus K2125 Sources: von Lucke, Deutsche Bahn und K21 2010.
    • Competence Center ELAN Fraunhofer FOKUS Collaborative, open Action: Parkschuetzer.de 31491 Status: 07.11.201026 Sources: Parkschuetzer.de / University Stuttgart / von Lucke 2010.
    • Competence Center ELAN Fraunhofer FOKUS Die Parkschützer – Engagement-Level 1 14905 Status: 10.06.2010 31491 Status: 07.11.201027 Sources: Parkschuetzer.de / University Stuttgart / von Lucke 2010.
    • Competence Center ELAN Fraunhofer FOKUS Die Parkschützer – Engagement-Level 2 9660 Status: 10.06.2010 10xxx Status: 07.11.201028 Sources: Parkschuetzer.de / University Stuttgart / von Lucke 2010.
    • Competence Center ELAN Fraunhofer FOKUS Die Parkschützer – Engagement-Level 3 5993 Status: 10.06.2010 13494 Status: 07.11.201029 Sources: Parkschuetzer.de / University Stuttgart / von Lucke 2010.
    • Competence Center ELAN Fraunhofer FOKUS Die Parkschützer – Engagement-Level 4 1444 Status: 10.06.2010 2789 Status: 07.11.201030 Sources: Parkschuetzer.de / University Stuttgart / von Lucke 2010.
    • Competence Center ELAN Fraunhofer FOKUS Collaborative, open Action: Fix my Street - Anliegenmanagement31 Sources: Maerker.Brandenburg.de 2010 und Fraunhofer FOKUS 2010.
    • Competence Center ELAN Fraunhofer FOKUS Agenda  Open Government  Opening of State and Administration  Opening by Web 2.0-Technologies  Perspectives of a further Opening  Challenge Open Government32
    • Competence Center ELAN VI Fraunhofer FOKUS Vision: Government Apps for Germany SI O N City County State Nation employment Friedrichshafen Bodenseekreis Baden-Würrt. Germany33 Transport German Rail Traffic Park and Ride Route planner33 Source: Zeppelin University/von Lucke 2010.
    • Competence Center ELAN VI Fraunhofer FOKUS Vision: National Open Government Data Portal SI O N34 Source: OpenData Network 2010.
    • Competence Center ELAN VI Fraunhofer FOKUS Vision: National Real-time Public Transport Map SI O N35 Source: Swisstrains.ch 2010.
    • Competence Center ELAN VI Fraunhofer FOKUS SI Vision: Collaborative, open Information and Action: „Mitgestalten“ ON36 Source: Frankfurt-gestalten.de 2010.
    • Competence Center ELAN Fraunhofer FOKUS Vision: Transparent Health Inspections37 Source: New York City 2010.
    • Competence Center ELAN Fraunhofer FOKUS USA/Texas: Transparency at Work (Cashdrill)38 Source: Comptroller Texas 2010.
    • Competence Center ELAN VI Fraunhofer FOKUS USA/Texas: Transparency at Work (Cashdrill) SI O N € Open Greece Book  Stimulus Greece Impact Greece Greece Transparency Ahead Check‐Up39 Source: Zeppelin University/von Lucke 2010.
    • Competence Center ELAN VI Fraunhofer FOKUS USA/Texas: Transparency at Work (Cashdrill) SI O N Where the Money Goes… € Offenes Konjunktur‐ Buch paket II Deutschland Wirkungen Deutschland Nationale Transparenz E‐Government Check Strategie40 Source: Zeppelin University/von Lucke 2010.
    • Competence Center ELAN Fraunhofer FOKUS Member of Parliament Information System MoPIS41 Source: Landtag BW 2007.
    • Competence Center ELAN Fraunhofer FOKUS Agenda  Open Government  Opening of State and Administration  Opening by Web 2.0-Technologies  Perspectives of a further Opening  Challenge Open Government42
    • Competence Center ELAN Fraunhofer FOKUS Transparency 2.0  Use of modern information and communication technology for government  to make activites, decisions and consequences clear for outsiders  Realization of authentic administrational transparency => Communities, Open Information, Collaborative Editing  Be aware of limitations, quality assurance43 Source: Deutsche Telekom AG and Zeppelin University 2010.
    • Competence Center ELAN Fraunhofer FOKUS Limitations of transparency 2.0 0 100 private discrete secrecy privacy high profile publicity intimate official secret freedom of information clarity fighting corruption completely no transparency all-inclusive transparency44 Source: Deutsche Telekom AG and Zeppelin University 2010.
    • Competence Center ELAN Fraunhofer FOKUS Participation 2.0  Use of modern information and communication technology for government  to involve citizens  Realization of authentic public participation => Discussion, Collective Decisions  Be aware of limitations, quality assurance45 Source: Deutsche Telekom AG and Zeppelin University 2010.
    • Competence Center ELAN Fraunhofer FOKUS Limitations of participation 2.0 0 100 tyranny dictatorships elections votings direct autarchy representation of the people democracy consultatory brain trusts new forms no participation of the population wide participation46 Source: Deutsche Telekom AG and Zeppelin University 2010.
    • Competence Center ELAN Fraunhofer FOKUS Collaboration 2.0  Use of modern information and communication technology for government  to handle and attend tasks with partners at the best  Realization of pure collaboration => Acting, Programming (division of tasks)  Be aware of limitations, quality assurance47 Source: Deutsche Telekom AG and Zeppelin University 2010.
    • Competence Center ELAN Fraunhofer FOKUS Limitations of collaboration 0 100 reading annotating editing deciding open outlined cooperations collective acting collaboration complain and idea management no collaboration wide collaboration48 Source: Deutsche Telekom AG and Zeppelin University 2010.
    • Competence Center ELAN Fraunhofer FOKUS Open Government Strengths Weaknesses • Increased transparency • Varied portfolio • More intensive participation • Development must still be done • Closer collaboration • Copyright handling is difficult • Manageable implementation • Improvement of data quality Opportunities Threats • Increasing of trust of the citizens • Aggressions in state and administration • Resignation by nonobservance • Increased public participation • Loss of image • Strengthening of the citizenship • Populism by instrumentalization • New value-added services • Privileging of individuals49 Source: Deutsche Telekom AG and Zeppelin University 2010.
    • Competence Center ELAN Fraunhofer FOKUS Strategies for Open Government  Vision for Open Government as a general orientation  Aims – Transparency − Participation – Collaboration − Innovation  Implementation strategy – Concrete arrangements – Specification of performance indicators – Checking of results with the requested aims50 Source: Deutsche Telekom AG and Zeppelin University 2010.
    • Competence Center ELAN Fraunhofer FOKUS Contact  Prof. Dr. Jörn von Lucke Fraunhofer Institute for Open Communication Systems (FOKUS) Telefon: ++49 / 30 / 3463 7186 E-Mail: joern.von.lucke@fokus.fraunhofer.de Kaiserin-Augusta-Allee 31 10589 Berlin, Germany Jens Klessmann http://www.fokus.fraunhofer.de/ http://www.fokus.fraunhofer.de/elan/ Telefon: ++49 / 30 / 3463 7285 http://www.egov-zentrum.fraunhofer.de/ Email: jens.klessmann@fokus.fraunhofer.de http://www.fokus.fraunhofer.de/go/hpp/ http://www.fokus.fraunhofer.de/go/vzf/ http://www.fokus.fraunhofer.de/go/doksafe/ Louay Bassbouss http://www.fokus.fraunhofer.de/go/datennotar/ Telefon: ++49 / 30 / 3463 7275 http://www.fokus.fraunhofer.de/go/vbr/ http://www.fokus.fraunhofer.de/go/dlr/ E-Mail: louay.bassbouss@fokus.fraunhofer.de http://www.fokus.fraunhofer.de/go/serviceline115/51
    • Competence Center ELAN Fraunhofer FOKUS Thank You for Your Prof. Dr. Jörn von Lucke Attention. Chair for Business and Administrative Informatics Deutsche Telekom Institute for Connected Cities (TICC) Time for Questions Zeppelin University gGmbH and an Open Am Seemooser Horn 20 D-88045 Friedrichshafen Discussion. Tel: +49 7541 6009-1471 Fax: +49 7541 6009-1499 joern.vonlucke@zeppelin-university.de http://ticc.zeppelin-university.de Registered seat Friedrichshafen | Lake Constance District court Ulm HRB 632002 Management Prof Dr Stephan A Jansen | Katja Völcker zu|kunft52