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

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

  1. 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
  2. My local governmentexperienceCortland- 3k popWheaton- 65k popReno- 220k
  3. Size does matter1300 US Federal Agencies 36,000 Cities & Towns(size of moon) (size of earth times 7)
  4. Size does matter
  5. 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
  6. QuestionWhich state has the mostmunicipal governments?
  7. Answer Illinois
  8. who’s yo data?
  9. Staff responsible for website 7% No staff members 50% Only 1 staff memberStats from 2009 NAGW member survey
  10. CMs usage 45% Outside CMS 18% In-House CMS 30% No CMS!!Stats from 2009 NAGW member survey
  11. How often redesign? 47% More than 4 yearsStats from 2009 NAGW member survey
  12. Mobile Compatibility Only 10%Stats from 2009 NAGW member survey
  13. Bigger pictureOpenGov and Gov2.0 strategies must focus on local government websites
  14. Success with open platforms
  15. Success with open platformsUSAsearch
  16. Success with open platformsWordPress
  17. Success with open platformsDrupal
  18. Hope is out thereOpenPublicCivic CommonsLocal Gov Open Gov DirectiveChallenges , but also Opportunities
  19. Check out govgirl.comfor more from my brain

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