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Participative Planning &
 DemocrASSESSment

       “CROWD-SHAPE THE MONEY”
   Project

  Strengthening e-Participation at ...
Scope of e-Participation focus
Not Talking about                           What this talk is about
                       ...
What has changed that makes the window
       of opportunity right TODAY?
• New Leadership
• Success through innovative in...
Key Decision Points in the Government
           Change Process
                       Pre - Acquisition                  ...
Key Decision Points in the Government
           Change Process
                       Pre - Acquisition                  ...
Quick Win – DemocrAssessment
              Mashup
• A Program-level
  Scorecards based on
  3 sources
  – Current Budget
 ...
Example (Pell Grant Program)




     Agree with Rating?                 90%     10%
     Agree with Future spending?     ...
Why would a public servant want to launch
 an PLANNING e-Participation initiative?
• Improve the quality and diversity of ...
Questions for Discussion
•   Identifying top Intervention Opportunities
•   Identifying Pitfalls
•   Assessing Feasibility...
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Enhancing Fed Gov Transparency DemocrAssessment And Participative Planning

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Strengthening e-Participation at key decision points in Federal Innovation and Performance Management

Presented April 19 By M. Lennon at eDemocracyCamp2
Institute for Politics, Democracy & the Internet George Washington University

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Enhancing Fed Gov Transparency DemocrAssessment And Participative Planning

  1. 1. Participative Planning & DemocrASSESSment “CROWD-SHAPE THE MONEY” Project Strengthening e-Participation at key decision points in Federal Innovation and Performance Management Presented April 19 By M. Lennon at eDemocracyCamp2 Institute for Politics, Democracy & the Internet George Washington University
  2. 2. Scope of e-Participation focus Not Talking about What this talk is about Innovation w/in Fed Agency • Legislative activities Programs – Lawmaking Transforming critical – Budget authorization decision-making • Campaign-related activities through e-Participation activities – 1 Participative Planning - • Regulation-making Given a budget and activities direction, selecting where, what and how to get the work done – 2- DemocrAssessing - how well (or not) specific activities are going Questions can be directed to 2 Michael.Lennon@Adlenn.com
  3. 3. What has changed that makes the window of opportunity right TODAY? • New Leadership • Success through innovative involvement of the public • Maturing Government Processes – 10+ year track record of Results Gathering and Performance Evaluation at the Department level – More consistent Investment Governance methods • Web 3.0 opportunities create new forms of interaction – Revolution in technology allows large-scale collaboration, includingcan be directed to and synthesizing Questions capturing 3 Michael.Lennon@Adlenn.com individual feedback
  4. 4. Key Decision Points in the Government Change Process Pre - Acquisition Acquisition Sustainment Key Business Program Alternative Project Decision Planning Authorization Selection Decision Executive Review & Milestones Points: 0 1 2 3 text 4 text Aquisition Acquisition 3A Segment 2 Concept Alternative Low Rate Phases Selection 1A Selection Prototype 2A Production Production Blocks 3B Segment 3 Project Life Cycle Project LiFE Cycle Need Identification / Program Initiation (PI) Concept & Technology Development (C&TD) Capability Development & Demonstration (CD&D) Production & Deployment (P&D) Operations & Support (O&S) Capital Planning & Investment CPIC SELECT - Screen, Score, Select CONTROL Monitor Direct Corrective Action EVALUATE Conduct Eval Knowledge Harvest Phases control Questions can be directed to 4 Michael.Lennon@Adlenn.com
  5. 5. Key Decision Points in the Government Change Process Pre - Acquisition Acquisition Sustainment Key Business Program Alternative Project Decision Planning Authorization Selection Decision Executive Review & Milestones Points: 0 1 2 3 text 4 text Acquisition 3A Segment 2 Concept Alternative Low Rate Phases Selection 1A Selection Prototype 2A Production Production Blocks 3B Segment 3 Project Need Identification / Concept & Technology Capability Development & Production & Operations & Support Life Cycle Program Initiation (PI) Development (C&TD) Demonstration (CD&D) Deployment (P&D) (O&S) CONTROL EVALUATE CPIC SELECT - Screen, Score, Select Monitor Conduct Eval Direct Corrective Action Knowledge Harvest Phases Questions can be directed to 5 Michael.Lennon@Adlenn.com
  6. 6. Quick Win – DemocrAssessment Mashup • A Program-level Scorecards based on 3 sources – Current Budget (Source: http://www.whitehouse.gov/budget) – Current Performance Rating (Source: http://www.whitehouse.gov/expectmore) – Incorporate Citizen Feedback Questions can be directed to 6 Michael.Lennon@Adlenn.com
  7. 7. Example (Pell Grant Program) Agree with Rating? 90% 10% Agree with Future spending? 75% 25% Additional comments here Questions can be directed to 7 Michael.Lennon@Adlenn.com
  8. 8. Why would a public servant want to launch an PLANNING e-Participation initiative? • Improve the quality and diversity of innovation options • A legitimizer -- demonstrate public support • Reduce decision-making uncertainty – Reduce unknowns in key strategic decisions – Enhance Visibility into range, intensity & dimensions of social and psycho-demographics around program – Prioritization of complex and competing interests • Identify risks – Outsiders tend to identify unorthodox or unconventional risks better than inside “Experts” • Promote transparency – Promote faster response capability, introduce credible sources of faster feedback, • Become inspired and empowered – Re-discover why s/he went into public service Questions can be directed to 8 Michael.Lennon@Adlenn.com
  9. 9. Questions for Discussion • Identifying top Intervention Opportunities • Identifying Pitfalls • Assessing Feasibility • Resources – Technologies – Partners & Collaborators – Volunteers • Policy Questions can be directed to 9 Michael.Lennon@Adlenn.com

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