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    Gov Gone Wild: Local Government Websites & Potential of OpenGov & Open Source Gov Gone Wild: Local Government Websites & Potential of OpenGov & Open Source Presentation Transcript

    • Gov Gone Wild Local Government Websites and Potential of OpenGov & Open Source PlatformsKristy “GovGirl” FifelskiCity of Reno, NevadaGov2.0a Conference May 6, 2011 in OKC, OK
    • My local governmentexperienceCortland- 3k popWheaton- 65k popReno- 220k
    • Size does matter1300 US Federal Agencies 36,000 Cities & Towns(size of moon) (size of earth times 7)
    • Size does matter
    • It’s a small world U.S. City Populations10000 9000 8000 7000 6000 5000 4000 3000 2000 City Populations 1000 0 Data from NLC.org
    • QuestionWhich state has the mostmunicipal governments?
    • Answer Illinois
    • who’s yo data?
    • Staff responsible for website 7% No staff members 50% Only 1 staff memberStats from 2009 NAGW member survey
    • CMs usage 45% Outside CMS 18% In-House CMS 30% No CMS!!Stats from 2009 NAGW member survey
    • How often redesign? 47% More than 4 yearsStats from 2009 NAGW member survey
    • Mobile Compatibility Only 10%Stats from 2009 NAGW member survey
    • Bigger pictureOpenGov and Gov2.0 strategies must focus on local government websites
    • Success with open platforms
    • Success with open platformsUSAsearch
    • Success with open platformsWordPress
    • Success with open platformsDrupal
    • Hope is out thereOpenPublicCivic CommonsLocal Gov Open Gov DirectiveChallenges , but also Opportunities
    • Check out govgirl.comfor more from my brain