Hawaii International Conference
on Systems Science 2013
E-Government Track: Open Government
Russell Castagnaro
eHawaii.gov...
Who
• Russell Castagnaro
• President of Hawaii Information
Consortium, LLC (http://hic.ehawaii.gov)
• Portal and eGovernme...
What
• Since 2000 we have worked to create
eGovernment Services and make more
information accessible!
Open Gov (to me)
• Transparency
– Public understands the workings of the
government.
• Empowerment
– Public can work with ...
Approach: Work with Departments
Determine Problem Set
• Too much paper
• Tedious processes
• Physical office limitations
• New rules/ legislation
• Cashie...
Approach: Identify Information
Approach: Make Information
Accessible
Approach: Create New Tools
Approach: Get Feedback
Approach: Continuous
DevelopmentBack to
‘De
Beginning
Apps
• 35 Open Gov Apps (not sites)
• More coming this quarter!
But wait…..
• There’s More
State of Hawaii
Launched Sept 2012
State Data Sets
• State Data Book
• Farmers Markets
• Fundraising
• Electioneering
• UIP Information Requests
• Public Sch...
Honolulu C & C
Honolulu Data Sets
Launched July 2012
Open Data.. Fun
Open Data.. Fun
Open Data 3.0 - Apps
Now it gets real
http://energy.ehawaii.gov/ev
Now it gets real
http://energy.ehawaii.gov/ev
Now it gets real
http://www.interislandterminal.org/assets/scripts/viz/hnlbudget/sankey.html
Now it gets real
What Next?
• Streaming meetings?
– Anyone can attend
• Remote legislative participation?
– Avoids flights, stay close to c...
What Next?
• Electronic Notaries
• State issued digital ID’s
• Personalizable services
• Responsive Government
Aloha and Namaste
Hau’ oli Makahiki Hou and Happy Open Gov’t Season
from HIC and eHawaii.gov!!
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  1. 1. Hawaii International Conference on Systems Science 2013 E-Government Track: Open Government Russell Castagnaro eHawaii.gov/ Hawaii Information Consortium
  2. 2. Who • Russell Castagnaro • President of Hawaii Information Consortium, LLC (http://hic.ehawaii.gov) • Portal and eGovernment Services Provider for the State and Counties of Hawaii (http://hawaii.gov)
  3. 3. What • Since 2000 we have worked to create eGovernment Services and make more information accessible!
  4. 4. Open Gov (to me) • Transparency – Public understands the workings of the government. • Empowerment – Public can work with government in a modern/ understandable way. – Via modern communication methods. • Accountability – Public can hold government accountable for policies and service delivery. * See http://integrilicio.us/blog/2012/05/22/a-working-definition-of-open-government
  5. 5. Approach: Work with Departments
  6. 6. Determine Problem Set • Too much paper • Tedious processes • Physical office limitations • New rules/ legislation • Cashiering problems • Public access • Enforcement • Staff overloaded
  7. 7. Approach: Identify Information
  8. 8. Approach: Make Information Accessible
  9. 9. Approach: Create New Tools
  10. 10. Approach: Get Feedback
  11. 11. Approach: Continuous DevelopmentBack to ‘De Beginning
  12. 12. Apps • 35 Open Gov Apps (not sites) • More coming this quarter!
  13. 13. But wait….. • There’s More
  14. 14. State of Hawaii Launched Sept 2012
  15. 15. State Data Sets • State Data Book • Farmers Markets • Fundraising • Electioneering • UIP Information Requests • Public Schools • More..
  16. 16. Honolulu C & C
  17. 17. Honolulu Data Sets Launched July 2012
  18. 18. Open Data.. Fun
  19. 19. Open Data.. Fun
  20. 20. Open Data 3.0 - Apps
  21. 21. Now it gets real http://energy.ehawaii.gov/ev
  22. 22. Now it gets real http://energy.ehawaii.gov/ev
  23. 23. Now it gets real http://www.interislandterminal.org/assets/scripts/viz/hnlbudget/sankey.html
  24. 24. Now it gets real
  25. 25. What Next? • Streaming meetings? – Anyone can attend • Remote legislative participation? – Avoids flights, stay close to constituents • Digital Archives – All documents • Paperless legislature – The Hawaii Senate is already there.
  26. 26. What Next? • Electronic Notaries • State issued digital ID’s • Personalizable services • Responsive Government
  27. 27. Aloha and Namaste Hau’ oli Makahiki Hou and Happy Open Gov’t Season from HIC and eHawaii.gov!!

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