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Presentation made at the Government Technology magazine Digital Government Summit in Honolulu, HI on Dec. 13, 2007

Presentation made at the Government Technology magazine Digital Government Summit in Honolulu, HI on Dec. 13, 2007

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  • Digital Government Summit 2007.12.13 [email_address] State of Hawaii ICSD eGovernment Team Leader
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  • Web 2.0 Is… But, Not Discussed in This Session
    • AJAX – Asynchronous Javascript And XML
    • JSON – JavaScript Object Notation
    • REST – Representational State Transfer
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  • 12/13/2007 NOAA on Second Life
  • http://www.oreilly.com/pub/a/oreilly/tim/news/2005/09/30/what-is-web-20.html 12/13/2007
  • Web 2.0 Basics
    • Interactive interface
    • Social network
      • Presence
    • User contribution/participation
    • Sharing
      • Expose your data
      • Consume data from somewhere else
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  • Open Government Working Group
    • Government data is open if it is…
      • Complete public data
      • Primary source
      • Timely
      • Accessible
      • Machine processable
      • Non-discriminatory
      • Non-proprietary
      • License-free
    12/13/2007 http://www.opengovdata.org/
  • Low Hanging Fruits
    • RSS
    • Microformats
    • OpenID
    • Mashups
    • Mobile
    • Podcasts (audio & video)
    12/13/2007
  • RSS – Simple But Useful
    • Not just for summarizing blogs and news releases
      • New forms/documents
      • Status information
      • Reformat content for mobile devices
    12/13/2007
  • 12/13/2007 http://microformats.org/code/hcard/creator <div id=&quot;hcard-Todd-Ogasawara&quot; class=&quot;vcard&quot;> <span class=&quot;fn&quot;>Todd Ogasawara</span> <div class=&quot;org fn”> <div class=“organization-name”>State of Hawaii</div> <div class=“organization-unit”>DAGS ICSD</div> </div> <a class=&quot;email&quot; href=&quot;mailto:Todd.Ogasawara@Hawaii.gov&quot;>Todd.Ogasawara@Hawaii.gov</a> </div> Todd Ogasawara State of Hawaii DAGS ICSD Todd.Ogasawara@Hawaii.gov
  • OpenID
    • Decentralized single sign-on system for web sites.
      • Good for simplifying access to multiple Intranet sites
    • Several 3 rd party OpenID providers
    • Simple HTML for client-side use
      • <LINK REL=“openid.server” href=http://openid.provider.com/server />
      • <LINK REL=“openid.delegate” href=“openid.provider.com/toddogasawara”>
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  • 12/13/2007 Download GIS data files from the Hawaii GIS Program public web site: http://www.hawaii.gov/dbedt/gis/
  • 12/13/2007 Place the data in a relational database (MySQL)
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  • Trickier Fruits to Pick
    • Blogs
    • Wikis
    • Issues are NOT technical
    • The issues are policy issues
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  • What We Really Need…
    • Government IT needs to take an active role
    • Inventory of our data
    • Inventory of data already public
    • Expose our data in a way that is simple to consume
    • Create a uniform API let others work with our data
    • Mashup our data with existing third party services
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  • Issues to Consider
    • Pretty. But, does it conform to Section 508?
    • Two-way interaction – A dual-edged sword
    • CAPTCHA TM - Completely Automated Public Turing test to tell Computers and Humans Apart
    • XSS – Cross-Site Scripting
    • CSRF or XSRF – Cross-Site Request Forgery
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