Policy Making 2.0How can technology enhance      policy making?UNDP WEBINAR, MARCH 22ND 2012David Osimo, Tech4i2.comwww.cr...
WHAT IS POLICY-MAKING 2.0TOOLS                       VALUES Open data                  Open up to external Social netwo...
Uservoice,            Etherpad                                ideascale         Forum,                                    ...
Tool: idea-stormAGENDA SETTING: THE CASE OFIDEARIO FOR CAGLIARI
Tool:                                  commentable                                    documentPOLICY-DESIGN: COMMENTNEELIE...
Tool:                                 crowdsourcing                                    platformPOLICY IMPLEMENTATION: CHAL...
Tool: open dataPOLICY EVALUATION: FARMSUBSIDY.ORG
VIEWS FROM THE FIELD   “There are more smart people outside government than within it”    (Bill Joy)   “the coolest thin...
IT’S NOT ABOUT “ TOTAL CITIZENSHIP”              100%                • Producing                                    attent...
WE SHOULD DESIGN GOV 2.0 FOR BART,NOT ONLY FOR LISA          Hat tip: Carter and Dance, Nytimes.com                       ...
HOW TO DO IT: INNOVATION WITHOUT PERMISSION Attract and build internal competences Ask for help in the Open Source commu...
YOUR QUESTIONS?Further information: Visit www.crossover-project.eu Post questions/needs on http://crossover.uservoice.co...
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  1. 1. Policy Making 2.0How can technology enhance policy making?UNDP WEBINAR, MARCH 22ND 2012David Osimo, Tech4i2.comwww.crossover-eu.net#pm20
  2. 2. WHAT IS POLICY-MAKING 2.0TOOLS VALUES Open data  Open up to external Social networks and contributions earlier in the crowdsourcing process Visualisation  Enable peer-to-peer collaboration between Simulation and modeling participants Serious gaming  Design for unexpected questions/contributions (Raw data, open questions)  Be very clear and usable when you ask for help  Account for real humans not simplified abstract entities
  3. 3. Uservoice, Etherpad ideascale Forum, Co-ment.com blogs, Policy twitter Brainstorming Drafting tools solutions proposals Revising Open proposals Policy Google Discussion tasks moderator Policy design Social Ensure networks Set priorities Buy-inCollaborat Identify Agenda Policy Implemen Collaborativ ive problems setting cycle tation Challenge e actionvisualizati .gov on Monitor Induce Collect evaluation behavioural evidenceEvidencechal change Persuasive lenge.com technologies Monitor Anallyze data Collect execution feedback Open data Open Data Participatr visualization y sensing
  4. 4. Tool: idea-stormAGENDA SETTING: THE CASE OFIDEARIO FOR CAGLIARI
  5. 5. Tool: commentable documentPOLICY-DESIGN: COMMENTNEELIE.EU
  6. 6. Tool: crowdsourcing platformPOLICY IMPLEMENTATION: CHALLENGE.GOV
  7. 7. Tool: open dataPOLICY EVALUATION: FARMSUBSIDY.ORG
  8. 8. VIEWS FROM THE FIELD “There are more smart people outside government than within it” (Bill Joy) “the coolest thing to do with your data will be thought of by someone else” (Rufus Pollock) “A problem shared is a problem halved ...and a pressure group created” (Paul Hodgkin – PatientOpinion.com) “it’s about pressure points, chinks in the armour where improvements might be possible, whether with the consent of government or not” (Tom Steinberg, Mysociety.org) “many participants in the process dilute the effect of bad apples or unconstructive participants” (Beth Noveck, Peertopatent.org) 8
  9. 9. IT’S NOT ABOUT “ TOTAL CITIZENSHIP” 100% • Producing attention data • Commenting, 10% reviewing, curating 1% • Producing content/services Source: IPTS estimation based on Eurostat, IPSOS-MORI, Forrester
  10. 10. WE SHOULD DESIGN GOV 2.0 FOR BART,NOT ONLY FOR LISA Hat tip: Carter and Dance, Nytimes.com 1
  11. 11. HOW TO DO IT: INNOVATION WITHOUT PERMISSION Attract and build internal competences Ask for help in the Open Source community Copy and use ready-made tools Valorize risk-taking internally Not completely bottom-up: a design approach Permanent beta, continuous strive for usability Start experimenting!
  12. 12. YOUR QUESTIONS?Further information: Visit www.crossover-project.eu Post questions/needs on http://crossover.uservoice.com Share experiences on the Policy-Making 2.0 group on Linkedinhttp://egov20.wordpress.com@osimodDavid.osimo@tech4i2.com

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