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Colorado
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Application contests get traction
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MassDOT: 10 Steps to Glory
Step 1: Hold regular meetings
Step 2: Create relationship principles
MassDOT Developers Relationship Principles
                       1) Respect resources
                         2) Succeed...
Step 3: Become part of the community
Step 4: Release some data
Step 5: Assess results
Step 6: Host a developer day/contest
Step 7: Reward innovation
Step 8: Ask community what data they want
Step 9: Release live data
Step 10: Become the example
From a government CTO:
 We have open data, people just don't use it.
You have to campaign to get people to use it.
Police don’t add to gang database
Solution = Crowdsourcing?

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Gov 2.0 at the 2010 Future of News and Civic Media Conference @ MIT (#fncm)
Gov 2.0 at the 2010 Future of News and Civic Media Conference @ MIT (#fncm)
Gov 2.0 at the 2010 Future of News and Civic Media Conference @ MIT (#fncm)
Gov 2.0 at the 2010 Future of News and Civic Media Conference @ MIT (#fncm)
Gov 2.0 at the 2010 Future of News and Civic Media Conference @ MIT (#fncm)
Gov 2.0 at the 2010 Future of News and Civic Media Conference @ MIT (#fncm)
Gov 2.0 at the 2010 Future of News and Civic Media Conference @ MIT (#fncm)
Gov 2.0 at the 2010 Future of News and Civic Media Conference @ MIT (#fncm)
Gov 2.0 at the 2010 Future of News and Civic Media Conference @ MIT (#fncm)
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This is a presentation was for 2010 Future of News and Civic Media Conference and the panel session: "Data into Action"

Thu, 06/17/2010 - 11:00am - 12:30pm

"Our lives are increasingly mediated by computers and data – a shift that is becoming more and more natural to us. From Data.gov to real-time municipal bus information, data in many forms from many sources is being made available and recombined in ways we could not have anticipated just ten years ago, when everyone used the phone book, and when restaurant and movie reviewers numbered in the tens not the tens of thousands."

http://civic.mit.edu/conference2010/event/plenary-data-into-action

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  1. 1. O'Reilly Media
  2. 2. Government as a platform
  3. 3. Open Government People Policy Technology
  4. 4. San Francisco, CA
  5. 5. SFBART Blog Response Repsonse to rider BART Foursquare Feedback SFBART Blog Policy
  6. 6. Colorado
  7. 7. North Dakota
  8. 8. Manor, TX
  9. 9. Miami, FL
  10. 10. Washington, DC
  11. 11. OpenMuni.org
  12. 12. Engagement External Internal Citizen Developer
  13. 13. Application contests get traction
  14. 14. Innovation Economy EveryBlock (MSNBC) CrimeReports.com SeeClickFix
  15. 15. MassDOT: 10 Steps to Glory
  16. 16. Step 1: Hold regular meetings
  17. 17. Step 2: Create relationship principles
  18. 18. MassDOT Developers Relationship Principles 1) Respect resources 2) Succeed together 3) Expect change 4) Communication is key 5) Open, open, open Legalese: - Building applications does not increase the likelihood you will be awarded a contract by MassDOT now or in the future. - The MassDOT will make all efforts to keep data open once it's been released.
  19. 19. Step 3: Become part of the community
  20. 20. Step 4: Release some data
  21. 21. Step 5: Assess results
  22. 22. Step 6: Host a developer day/contest
  23. 23. Step 7: Reward innovation
  24. 24. Step 8: Ask community what data they want
  25. 25. Step 9: Release live data
  26. 26. Step 10: Become the example
  27. 27. From a government CTO: We have open data, people just don't use it. You have to campaign to get people to use it.
  28. 28. Police don’t add to gang database
  29. 29. Solution = Crowdsourcing? Sophie08 wrote: I would have been happy to help out with the data entry. Police should be doing what they are trained and hired to do. polyhedron wrote: Let's be creative: There are other sources of data entry volunteers who can themselves be 'vetted' for security purposes: All those ministers who have community meetings and say "something must be done"; AARP members looking to 'do good' in the community; Retired court or criminal justice personnel. Divide up the work--let the police on the front lines do their part, let reliable others handle the computer database entries. Once data are entered, it will be far easier to maintain it. AllForADeuce wrote: Alcala3 is dead on. It's called an internship, it's required by Northeastern to graduate and it can be, oh what do they call it...FREE! homerhuskey wrote: This is NOT a resource issue. Anyone familiar with policing know that regardless of what police officers or police chiefs say, there is CULTURAL RESISTANCE AGAINST SHARING INFORMATION.

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