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Open Government: The Road AheadAndrew StottUK Transparency Boardformerly Director, data.gov.uk                            ...
The Road Ahead                 2
First: where have we come from?                                  3
UK: “Liberty” speech – Oct 2007 “Government belongs to  the people, not the  politicians.” “Public information does  not...
US: Day 1 Memo on Open Government                                    5
UK: Coalition Government Transparency                       Expenditure                       Senior staff salaries     ...
Financial Transparency: Macro Level                                      7
Financial Transparency: Transaction level                                            8
Financial Transparency: Contract Level                                     Fair-Play                                     A...
Open Data~230 government open data sites world-wide                                             10
Crowd-sourcing regulatory reform 40% of comments rated useful by agency 50% of regulations will be scrapped/changed 11
Crowd-sourcing a city’s future                                 12
Crowd-sourcing a constitution                                13
US: Challenge.gov                    14
UK: e-Petitions from 2007                            15
US: e-Petitions                  16
MySociety            17
Sunlight Foundation                      18
“Transparência Hacker”                         19
55 Countries in OGP                       Transparency                       Citizen                        Participatio...
OGP establishes independent scoring                                      21
Open Government:Key Learning Points so far Open Data a key enabler Best Open Government has both  ‒ “Push” by Government...
The Road Ahead                 23
The Road Ahead really looks like this                                        24
Lots of information, but can it be found?                                            25
Lots of information, but is it accurate?                                           26
How to keep citizens interested?                                   27
How to get public services to listen, and act?                                            28
and as public agencies wake up … ?                                     29
Leadership             30
Partnership between Government and CivilSociety                                           31
Recognise success                    32
OGP is not a race. But it is.                                33
End      34
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    1. 1. Open Government: The Road AheadAndrew StottUK Transparency Boardformerly Director, data.gov.uk @dirdigengChisinau, Moldova andrew.stott@dirdigeng.com16 May 2012
    2. 2. The Road Ahead 2
    3. 3. First: where have we come from? 3
    4. 4. UK: “Liberty” speech – Oct 2007 “Government belongs to the people, not the politicians.” “Public information does not belong to Government, it belongs to the public.” 4
    5. 5. US: Day 1 Memo on Open Government 5
    6. 6. UK: Coalition Government Transparency Expenditure Senior staff salaries Expenses Contracts Tenders Organisation charts Public service performance 6
    7. 7. Financial Transparency: Macro Level 7
    8. 8. Financial Transparency: Transaction level 8
    9. 9. Financial Transparency: Contract Level Fair-Play Alliance “Slovakia’s Most Wanted Watchdog” 9 http://www.otvorenezmluvy.sk/
    10. 10. Open Data~230 government open data sites world-wide 10
    11. 11. Crowd-sourcing regulatory reform 40% of comments rated useful by agency 50% of regulations will be scrapped/changed 11
    12. 12. Crowd-sourcing a city’s future 12
    13. 13. Crowd-sourcing a constitution 13
    14. 14. US: Challenge.gov 14
    15. 15. UK: e-Petitions from 2007 15
    16. 16. US: e-Petitions 16
    17. 17. MySociety 17
    18. 18. Sunlight Foundation 18
    19. 19. “Transparência Hacker” 19
    20. 20. 55 Countries in OGP  Transparency  Citizen Participation  Accountability  Technology and Innovation 20
    21. 21. OGP establishes independent scoring 21
    22. 22. Open Government:Key Learning Points so far Open Data a key enabler Best Open Government has both ‒ “Push” by Government leadership ‒ “Pull” from civil society Policy making and service design needs to be “co-creation” Government must be prepared to listen and act – else all this is wasted 22
    23. 23. The Road Ahead 23
    24. 24. The Road Ahead really looks like this 24
    25. 25. Lots of information, but can it be found? 25
    26. 26. Lots of information, but is it accurate? 26
    27. 27. How to keep citizens interested? 27
    28. 28. How to get public services to listen, and act? 28
    29. 29. and as public agencies wake up … ? 29
    30. 30. Leadership 30
    31. 31. Partnership between Government and CivilSociety 31
    32. 32. Recognise success 32
    33. 33. OGP is not a race. But it is. 33
    34. 34. End 34
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