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Code for KC Learn Night 2/19/18: Eric Roche, Chief Data Officer | KCMO

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KCMO's Chief Data Officer, Eric Roche presents: Open Data KC, Parcel Viewer, and how data is used to manage city operations.

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Code for KC Learn Night 2/19/18: Eric Roche, Chief Data Officer | KCMO

  1. 1. KCMO Office of Performance Management Eric Roche - Chief Data Officer
  2. 2. 1. Tonight’s Schedule General Office Overview ➔ KCStat The public’s report on citywide progress. ➔ Resident Survey Using statistics to inject the residents voice. ➔ OpenData KC Our data is your data.
  3. 3. About us ● 4 Analysts ● Inside the City Manager’s Office ● Regularly work with Mayor and his staff, City Manager, and Department Directors ● Certified as a Silver City by What Works Cities
  4. 4. We have a plan that lists the City’s goals, But how do we make our city’s performance transparent?
  5. 5. KCStat is resident’s performance report. (kcmo.gov/kcstat)
  6. 6. KCStat combines data and subject matter experts to show residents how we are performing. We cover all 30 objectives and over 100 strategies.
  7. 7. 2.KCStat Example ➔ Objective Support rehabilitation and construction of housing for the purpose of revitalizing neighborhoods in the City. ➔ Strategy Integrate the results of the Market Value Analysis into City housing and economic development strategies.
  8. 8. 1. Tonight’s Schedule General Office Overview ➔ KCStat The public’s report on citywide progress. ➔ Resident Survey Using statistics to inject the residents voice. ➔ OpenData KC Our data is your data.
  9. 9. Meet Jose. He has lived in Kansas City for years, has two kids, and a full time job. He would give his City government feedback if asked, but he doesn’t have time to write an email, call, or visit with his council member. *Jose is a stock image and is probably not a KCMO Resident
  10. 10. Meet Jordan. He is a somewhat quiet sophomore at UMKC studying computer science. He has no idea how to give feedback to the Mayor or his Council Person. He isn’t comfortable calling, and he isn’t sure how to structure his thoughts anyway. *Jordan is a stock image and is probably not a KCMO Resident
  11. 11. Without a statistically valid tool to collect feedback, their voices go unheard.
  12. 12. Then, Jose received the Resident Survey in the mail He gave his feedback on a variety of city services from the comfort of his couch. His feedback was then incorporated into measuring the City’s Performance. It even made in appearance in KCStat! *Jose is still a stock image and is sstill probably not a KCMO Resident
  13. 13. 2.Citizen Survey Example ➔ Dangerous Building Demolition Residents said that this was their highest priority for neighborhoods, so the City prioritized it and took out a $10M bond to speed it up. ➔ Infrastructure Improvements The survey has always shown that infrastructure is the #1 area of emphasis for residents. The City offered an $800M bond package for infrastructure. It was overwhelmingly approved of by residents.
  14. 14. 1. Tonight’s Schedule General Office Overview ➔ KCStat The public’s report on citywide progress. ➔ Resident Survey Using statistics to inject the residents voice. ➔ OpenData KC Our data is your data.
  15. 15. Our data is your data.
  16. 16. OpenData KC has more than 200 datasets on it, and over 250 maps The #1 dataset is the Kansas City Monthly Car Auction with over 35,000 Views!
  17. 17. My Top 5 OpenData KC Datasets 1. 311 Calls for Service 2. Code Violations 3. Dangerous Buildings 4. Parcels 5. Market Value Analysis
  18. 18. OPM in General Improves Operations through DepartmentStat, Process Improvements, and Trainings Oversees Citywide Data Integration and Analysis Promotes transparency through OpenData KC and KCStat

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