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Austrian E Democracy Strategy
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Austrian E Democracy Strategy

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1st International Conference on eParticipation – ePart 2009 …

1st International Conference on eParticipation – ePart 2009
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- Austrian e-democracy strategy
- Youth2Help
- MyParliament
- Outlook

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  • Starting position … eDemocracy & eParticipation are central topics for the future Strategy serves as a starting point for projects and further guidelines.
  • The 4 e-participation phases (based on a model developed by Piswanger, 2004) in the project were: 1. Information and communication; 2. Analysis; 3. Validation; 4. Publication. These 4 phases provided the participants with a schedule and an outline of what they are required to do, and, at the same time, ensured the transparency of the project. The project mitmachen.at was the first e-participation project to add the fourth phase, publicising the results and making them available to political actors (all results are still available on the website www.mitmachen.at).
  • "MeinParlament" Austria This independent project is provided by the NonProfit Organisation "Politik Transparent", and supported by the Austrian Parliament S chirmherrschaft of the 3 Presidents of the Federal Assembly enabled by a cooperation with its German partner-site and 10 Austrian media. The site was launched (on the 22th of August 2008) during this parliamentary election campaign. In one month, till the polling day - the day before yesterday - about 2.500 user-questions reached the candidates. This project allows the citizens to: view and compare the (political) programs of 7 different parties, find (more than 2.000) profiles of candidates (also for their own constituency) ask questions, that are usually answered within a week, read all the collected answers - (which are) clearly arranged and searchable by party, regional and local constituency Also the politicians' work is faciliated, because they can give clearly laid-out answers refer to their prior answers (in case of multiple similar questions) (After the Election,) From this October on, users will also be able to: ask the (183) Members of Parliament view collected, relevant information about these persons check their track record - including work in the committees, speeches and voting in Plenum deal directly with the persons (who are) responsible/ answerable for specific matters , cause the MPs (and members of a committee) are also searchable by themes, Track the (important/decisive) committees' work
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/lwr/
  • We are still in broadcasting mode …
  • Compare: O`Reilly
  • http://www.wikinomics.com/blog/index.php/2009/07/30/three-focal-points-of-open-government/
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    • 1. Danube-University Krems Peter Parycek www.donau-uni.ac.at/egov eParticipation & eDemocracy in Austria: Projects and Tenets for an eDemocracy Strategy
    • 2. Agenda
      • Terms & Definitions
      • Austrian eDemocracy strategy
      • Future of …
      • Austrian e-democracy strategy
      • Youth2Help
      • MyParliament
      • Outlook
    • 3.
      • Austrian e-democracy strategy
    • 4. Austrian eGovernment Cooperation Federal Government Platform Digital Austria Local and National Governments as well as Business Representatives Federal ICT Board BLSG Board Federal Ministries, Provinces, Municipalities, Chamber Organisations Federal Ministries … WG: Infrastructure & Interoperability WG: Law & Security PG: eDemocracy
    • 5. Austrian e-democracy strategy Building Blocks & Roadmap 1. eDemocracy Strategy 2. eDemocracy & eParticipation Tools 3. eParticipation Prototype Processes 4. eParticipation Modules
    • 6. 1. eDemocracy Strategy – Main objective Strengthening and enhancement of democracy by incorporation of citizens and their knowledge to improve processes and results in politics, administration and society through the use of interactive media
    • 7. 1. eDemocracy Strategy - Aims
        • Increase transparency & traceability
        • Improve eParticipation & communication
        • More efficient participation projects
        • Develop new cooperation models
        • Promote social networks
    • 8.
      • Overview of instruments & projects & tools
      • Linked to CAHDE Tool Box (Council of Europe)
      • Structured:
        • Top Down (Politics, administration, legislation)
        • Bottom Up
      2. eDemocracy & eParticipation Tools
    • 9.
      • Guide lines for eParticipation processes
      • First prototype process design till 2009
      • Processes for different sectors:
        • eServices & ePolitics
      • Development of a prototype eParticipation tool (2010)
      3. eParticipation Prototype Processes
    • 10.
      • e.g.:
        • registration,
        • identification,
        • privacy,
        • chats, forums,
        • voting,
      • Information will be published via WIKI for the administration.
      4. eParticipation Modules
    • 11. 2. Youth 2 Help top down
    • 12. Participation & Collaboration in Administration (Jugend2Help) top down
      • Austrian youth-participation-project
      • young users were asked to decide on the content and features of "their" HELP-space themselves.
      • ~900 contributions
      • ~2000 votes
    • 13. Procedure - Processes Entry Phase 1 “ Discussion or Comments” Online Phase 3 “ Rating” Online Phase 2 “ Elaboration” Online or Offline Export data Import data Administration Administration Phase 4 Results Publication
    • 14. Lessons Learned
      • Web accessibility is precondition
      • Moderation is essential
      • PR is one of the most crucial success factors
      • PR with social media – like facebook, myspace – especially for younger target groups
      • Context of eParticipation processes
      • Schools are still most trusted institutions
    • 15. 3. MyParliament bottom up
    • 16. Participation & Collaboration in Policy-Making bottom up
    • 17. Start: meinparlament.at
      • Online 22nd of August 2008
      • Media-Cooperation with 8 Austrian Newspapers
      • 2700 Questions until Election Day Sept. 28
      • Patronage: all three Presidents of the Austrian Parliament
      • Partnerships with www.abgeordnetenwatch.de
    • 18. meinparlament.at (Campaign Period)
      • Voters can put questions to all candidates,
      • Access election programmes of all parties,
      • Access profiles of politicians online.
      • Candidates can answer questions and refer to other answers.
      • Voters see what questions have already been asked.
    • 19. meinparlament.at (Legislative Period)
      • MPs can be asked in public
      • Citizens can access profiles of politicians
      • Citizens can observe the work of parliamentary committees
        • Unfiltered, direct access to texts from the parliamentary editorial department (e.g. committees, parliamentary sessions and sittings)
      • Structured: regionally, thematically and by parties
    • 20. Users background
    • 21. unique visits & questions unique visits / day questions / month
    • 22. Documentation of MP‘s work
    • 23. MP‘s profile
    • 24. MP‘s profile
    • 25. Moderation system
    • 26. Service for journalists
    • 27. 4. Outlook
    • 28. First media revolution Second media revolution Third media revolution Fourth media revolution One 2 Many „ One 2 Many“ One 2 Many One 2 One Fifth media revolution Digitization Convergence Many 2 Many
    • 29. Enhancing Tendencies of Progress …
      • enhanced Usability
      • growing Usage and Spread of Internet
      • new Generation
    • 30. Changed User Behaviour
      • Users compile Content together,
      • share their Ideas,
      • create networks on E-Platforms and
      • organise themselves quick and simple.
    • 31. Communication is changing …
    • 32. One 2 Many
    • 33. Many 2 Many
    • 34. New organization models & Power is shifting
    • 35. Hierarchy vs. Network
    • 36. vs
    • 37. vs
    • 38. BLOGs vs
    • 39. vs
    • 40. vs
    • 41. vs
    • 42. vs
    • 43. vs vs
    • 44. HOW?
    • 45. Government as a plattform
      • „ We, the people, are the government“
    • 46. Open Innovation Principles
      • O pen = default (access, standards, …)
      • D esign for cooperation = always simple
      • L earn from your users & hackers
      • S timulate experimentation & partnership
    • 47. Open Innovation Tools (Obama Admin.)
    • 48. Dr. Peter Parycek, MSc Centre for eGovernment, Danube-University Krems [email_address] +43 2732 893-2312 http://www.donau-uni.ac.at/egov http://pep-net.eu http://linkedin.com/parycek http://www.slideshare.net/parycek Thanks for your attention!
    • 49. References:
      • Books & Articles:
        • The Long Tail: Why the Future of Business Is Selling Less of More, Chris Anderson, Harper Collins, 2008
        • Wikinomics, Don Tapscott, D. Williams, 2007
        • The Tipping Point: How Little Things Can Make A Big Difference, Malcolm Gladwell, Little, Brown, 2001
        • Linked: The New Science of Networks, Albert-Laszlo Barabasi, 2001
        • The Wealth of Networks: How Social Production Transforms Markets and Freedom, Yochai Benkler, 2007
        • Here Comes Everybody: The Power of Organizing Without Organizations, Clay Shirky, 2008
        • Which Kind of Collaboration Is Right for You? by Gary P. Pisano, Roberto Verganti, HBR 12/08
        • Swarm Creativity: Competitive Advantage Through Collaborative Innovation Networks, Peter A. Gloor, 2006
        • Crowdsourcing: Why the Power of the Crowd Is Driving the Future of Business, Jeff Howe, 2008
        • Throwing Sheep in the Boardroom, How Online Social Networking Will Transform Your Life, Work and World, Matthew Fraser, Soumitra Dutta, 2008
      • Blogs:
        • Dion Hinchcliffe‘s Web 2.0 Blog: http://web2.socialcomputingmagazine.com/
        • Longtail Blog: http://www.thelongtail.com/
        • Wikinomics Blog: http://www.wikinomics.com/blog/
      • Examples:
        • http://www.jugend2help.gv.at/
        • http://www.meinparlament.at /

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