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    Public Sphere: Gov 2.0 - Matthew Landauer Public Sphere: Gov 2.0 - Matthew Landauer Presentation Transcript

    • Open data: “I'll show you mine if you show me yours” Matthew Landauer Founder / Developer OpenAustralia @matthewlandauer matthew@openaustralia.org www.openaustralia.org
    • The reason why open government data isnʼt just nice...
    • ...itʼs necessary...
    • ...for the benefit of government
    • Front-of-house person
    • “Whole of government” services
    • See things from the perspective of the user rather than the provider of the service
    • Don't make the user have to understand the intricacies of the functioning of government
    • Bold statement
    • It won't work!
    • Finding out how to get from A to B
    • Starting a not-for-profit / charity
    • What do they have in common?
    • How would you make a "whole of government" service with 3 levels of government?
    • state federal local
    • Over-arching structure federal state local
    • 1 point of contact federal local state
    • What now?
    • Make all levels the central point of contact for all the others
    • federal state local
    • I can go to any level of government and get help rather than be redirected
    • data data data federal state local
    • Opening up your processes and data is scary
    • tickets.openaustralia.o rg
    • Local gov says to State gov "If I open this, can you open that?"
    • What about all that duplicated effort?
    • Open-source software
    • The benefits of open data and open processes
    • Government agencies
    • Further benefits
    • Innovation
    • Reduce costs
    • Allowing you to focus on all the stuff that private enterprise and non-profits canʼt or wonʼt or shouldnʼt do
    • A better and happier world
    • Questions? @matthewlandauer matthew@openaustralia.org