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Public policy and the information revolution 4.20.12
Public policy and the information revolution 4.20.12
Public policy and the information revolution 4.20.12
Public policy and the information revolution 4.20.12
Public policy and the information revolution 4.20.12
Public policy and the information revolution 4.20.12
Public policy and the information revolution 4.20.12
Public policy and the information revolution 4.20.12
Public policy and the information revolution 4.20.12
Public policy and the information revolution 4.20.12
Public policy and the information revolution 4.20.12
Public policy and the information revolution 4.20.12
Public policy and the information revolution 4.20.12
Public policy and the information revolution 4.20.12
Public policy and the information revolution 4.20.12
Public policy and the information revolution 4.20.12
Public policy and the information revolution 4.20.12
Public policy and the information revolution 4.20.12
Public policy and the information revolution 4.20.12
Public policy and the information revolution 4.20.12
Public policy and the information revolution 4.20.12
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Public policy and the information revolution 4.20.12

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  • 1. public policy and theinformation revolution Greg Wass – CIO, Cook County 4/20/12
  • 2. How does public policy help advance theinformation revolution?How does the information revolutionimprove public policy formation?
  • 3. Information Revolution (direct) Revolution (indirect)• Broadband • #ows • Spectacle/Channels• Platforms • N. Africa • Mediation• Mobility • Cyberwar • Privacy• Remix • China? • DIY• Big data • Disruptive
  • 4. 3 local media stories:1. CTA/County fiber sharing2. Property information portal3. metrochicagodata.org
  • 5. 1. CTA/County fiber sharing
  • 6. CCHHS
  • 7. 2. Property tax portal
  • 8. http://www.cookcountypropertyinfo.com
  • 9. (Oneparcel at atime)
  • 10. 3. metrochicagodata.org
  • 11. therisksofopendata
  • 12. Near-term effects of the information revolution ongovernment IT1. Consumerization of IT (apps)2. BYOD3. Cloud computing / no datacenter4. Big data / predictive analytics5. Broadband as utility6. Consolidation
  • 13. Long-term effects of the information revolutionon government• Transparency  trust?• Platform, not service delivery?• Public participation?
  • 14. grease
  • 15. Increasing public participation: people who care people who care but and are involved who arent involvedsqueaky wheels  people who dont care
  • 16. How can technology help increase therelative # of people who care about an issueand want to get involved (and reduce therelative # of squeaky wheels)?
  • 17. Source: OpenPlans.org
  • 18. How does public policy helpadvance the informationrevolution?Broadband, open government…How does the informationrevolution improve public policyformation?Crowdsourcing, civic apps…
  • 19. Greg Wassgreg.wass@cookcountyil.gov@gregorywass

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