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Presentación de David Eaves, asesor en Gobierno Abierto de la ciudad de Vancouver, Canadá en el II Encuentro de Ciudadanía y Gobierno Digital 2012.

Presentación de David Eaves, asesor en Gobierno Abierto de la ciudad de Vancouver, Canadá en el II Encuentro de Ciudadanía y Gobierno Digital 2012.

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    ¿Porqué un Gobierno Abierto? ¿Porqué un Gobierno Abierto? Presentation Transcript

    • Work on Simple Problems in ComplexOrganizations
    • 1. Architect Problems2. How to Use Open Data Strategically 3. Power
    • Collaborate!
    • Collaborate!Architect to Cooperate
    • Use Open
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    • cooperative effective invisible
    • UK Publishing 240 cardiac surgeons’ clinical outcomes reduced deaths by 1000 a yearSharing Open Data within publicagencies in Manchester (city of 2.6m people) saves US$14m/yr
    • Democracy & TransparencyInvisible and Present
    • Mining Data?Procurement Data? Database of past FOIA requests?
    • Mining Data?Procurement Data? Database of past FOIA requests?
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    • Design Systems for Participation
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    • 911
    • police/ambulance/fire citizens
    • Power
    • Utopia!
    • Control AgendaMethodology
    • The data IS political
    • Long Form Census
    • Small Problems toBigger Problems
    • Architect Problems BetterFocus on Community but... Think Critically
    • @daeavesdavid@eaves.cawww.eaves.ca