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Structured brain jam


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This is the RAW and first version of the brainjam conducted at Gov20LA on February 13, 2011. Look for edits and additions to be added as more content from social media sources are pulled in to the presentation. This section will be amended to note the final version when it is uploaded.

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Structured brain jam

  1. 1. Structured BrainJam<br />Gov 2.0 LA <br />February 13, 2011<br />Moderated by Andrea Baker, AIIM International<br />@immunity<br />
  2. 2. Hi! Welcome to BrainJam Gov2.0LA Edition<br />I am Andrea Baker, former Army – former contractor for Fed Gov<br />Worked with CIA/DIA/NSA/Pentagon/SIGAR/NOAA<br />Now – Manager for Systems of Engagement at AIIM International (What is AIIM)<br />Twitter: @immunity<br />Introduction<br />
  3. 3. Everyone participates<br />Free-flowing discussion<br />Keep the peace – be open to everyone’s ideas and suggestions, a healthy debate is welcome<br />Help capture the content: tweet, blog, etc…<br />We will capture within this presentation and upload to the internet to share with the greater community.<br />If questions or comments come in through Social Media – bring them into the discussion<br />Other than that, let’s do this!<br />Rules of this Brainjam<br />
  4. 4. Shall we address:<br />The biggest problems in Government<br />Defining the next steps in Government 2.0<br />Less techy – coming up with a common language<br />Take time to invest in your civic life – identifying social needs to navigate government’s direction<br />Other ideas?<br />You Have A Choice<br />
  5. 5. What is Gov 2.0?<br />Doing something unexpected<br />Being where the citizen wants them to be<br />Government as a platform – open gov<br />Using social media, new and emerging technologies to better provide services for citizens<br />Open the data<br />Enabling citizens to help from the top down<br />The power of people is critical <br />Two way communication between Gov/Citizen<br />Information, conversation, data, action<br />Go beyond talking, start doing<br />Defining the next steps in Government 2.0<br />
  6. 6. Let’s stop talking numbers, lets talk movement<br />The shift was clear<br />The next move is not as clear<br />Are we starting to see the next evolution to the next wave of citizen engagement with Government on a worldwide scale?<br />The Shift from 1.0 to 2.0 <br />
  7. 7. Where are we are currently?<br />Where are we are currently?<br /><ul><li>Widely distributed networks</li></ul>Can now connect with others<br />Lots more data<br />Quit throwing data out there and not doing anything with it<br />Problems cannot be solved within 140 characters<br />Apps are not the end solution<br />Not ALL Citizens are software developers – how can we make the data meaningful to those we are not internet savvy!<br />
  8. 8. More of a sense of new business opportunities<br />Then open source movement– how can we reduce the amount of RFPs that are calling for the same or similar solutions across and inside the same agencies?<br />Shorter gap between government and startups – they need to see the need.<br />Government needs to be sexy to innovators<br />Giving it all away for free --- answers??<br />Problem is hiring drupal developers – see rock creek!!<br />… next <br />
  9. 9. Not an end all be all solution<br />Technology is being developed in many languages and platforms<br />Contests - how do you go on from the end of the run? What if you win, what if you don’t? Feedback!!<br />Ideas being taken without permission – when you submit to the system, how can you prevent someone else you using your solution.<br />Open Source <br />
  10. 10. Google – CDC<br />Apps for ….<br />Mobile Solutions<br />What successes have we had?<br />
  11. 11. How can we ask you to give a little to give a lot?<br />Question of access – if you have an idea for Government – but not always having the resources<br />Someone is listening, but is the question(s) being asked?<br />We need this, who can help us?<br />Bartering? “SIMPLE.CO” as an example (Dominic Campbell - UK) <br />Getting office space<br />Mentoring<br />Can we barter – no, should they ? ---yes<br />Winning the Future <br />
  12. 12. Reputational Capital (vs. Bartering)<br />The government can review (contributions) submissions and provide feedback<br />Government hasn’t gotten the contribution problems<br />Money vs. the Poorhouse<br />
  13. 13. We will capture within this presentation and upload to the internet to share with the greater community.<br />Pull in tweets: #gov20la<br />Pull in from other sources<br />Results<br />
  14. 14. Twitter @immunity<br />LinkedIN:<br />Email:<br />AIIM International<br />1100 Wayne Avenue<br />Suite 1100 <br />Silver Spring, MD 20910<br />Follow up with me<br />