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Hawaii International Conference on Systems Science 2013
Hawaii International Conference on Systems Science 2013
Hawaii International Conference on Systems Science 2013
Hawaii International Conference on Systems Science 2013
Hawaii International Conference on Systems Science 2013
Hawaii International Conference on Systems Science 2013
Hawaii International Conference on Systems Science 2013
Hawaii International Conference on Systems Science 2013
Hawaii International Conference on Systems Science 2013
Hawaii International Conference on Systems Science 2013
Hawaii International Conference on Systems Science 2013
Hawaii International Conference on Systems Science 2013
Hawaii International Conference on Systems Science 2013
Hawaii International Conference on Systems Science 2013
Hawaii International Conference on Systems Science 2013
Hawaii International Conference on Systems Science 2013
Hawaii International Conference on Systems Science 2013
Hawaii International Conference on Systems Science 2013
Hawaii International Conference on Systems Science 2013
Hawaii International Conference on Systems Science 2013
Hawaii International Conference on Systems Science 2013
Hawaii International Conference on Systems Science 2013
Hawaii International Conference on Systems Science 2013
Hawaii International Conference on Systems Science 2013
Hawaii International Conference on Systems Science 2013
Hawaii International Conference on Systems Science 2013
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Hawaii International Conference on Systems Science 2013

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Presentation given at the Hawaii International Conference on Systems Science 2013 eGov session. HICSS 2013

Presentation given at the Hawaii International Conference on Systems Science 2013 eGov session. HICSS 2013

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    • 1. Hawaii International Conference on Systems Science 2013 E-Government Track: Open Government Russell Castagnaro eHawaii.gov/ Hawaii Information Consortium
    • 2. Who • Russell Castagnaro • President of Hawaii Information Consortium, LLC (http://hic.ehawaii.gov) • Portal and eGovernment Services Provider for the State and Counties of Hawaii (http://hawaii.gov)
    • 3. What • Since 2000 we have worked to create eGovernment Services and make more information accessible!
    • 4. Open Gov (to me) • Transparency – Public understands the workings of the government. • Empowerment – Public can work with government in a modern/ understandable way. – Via modern communication methods. • Accountability – Public can hold government accountable for policies and service delivery. * See http://integrilicio.us/blog/2012/05/22/a-working-definition-of-open-government
    • 5. Approach: Work with Departments
    • 6. Determine Problem Set • Too much paper • Tedious processes • Physical office limitations • New rules/ legislation • Cashiering problems • Public access • Enforcement • Staff overloaded
    • 7. Approach: Identify Information
    • 8. Approach: Make Information Accessible
    • 9. Approach: Create New Tools
    • 10. Approach: Get Feedback
    • 11. Approach: Continuous DevelopmentBack to ‘De Beginning
    • 12. Apps • 35 Open Gov Apps (not sites) • More coming this quarter!
    • 13. But wait….. • There’s More
    • 14. State of Hawaii Launched Sept 2012
    • 15. State Data Sets • State Data Book • Farmers Markets • Fundraising • Electioneering • UIP Information Requests • Public Schools • More..
    • 16. Honolulu C & C
    • 17. Honolulu Data Sets Launched July 2012
    • 18. Open Data.. Fun
    • 19. Open Data.. Fun
    • 20. Open Data 3.0 - Apps
    • 21. Now it gets real http://energy.ehawaii.gov/ev
    • 22. Now it gets real http://energy.ehawaii.gov/ev
    • 23. Now it gets real http://www.interislandterminal.org/assets/scripts/viz/hnlbudget/sankey.html
    • 24. Now it gets real
    • 25. What Next? • Streaming meetings? – Anyone can attend • Remote legislative participation? – Avoids flights, stay close to constituents • Digital Archives – All documents • Paperless legislature – The Hawaii Senate is already there.
    • 26. What Next? • Electronic Notaries • State issued digital ID’s • Personalizable services • Responsive Government
    • 27. Aloha and Namaste Hau’ oli Makahiki Hou and Happy Open Gov’t Season from HIC and eHawaii.gov!!

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