the e-politics conversation

 is the question of e-politics passe?
e-government: the results

1. Volume of citizen input is overwhelming

2. its not living up to its potential, especially a...
Klotz's view

"[Citizens] seem content to use e-government opportunities to
make targeted improvements in conventional way...
e-government potential

              Klotz        Kippen & Jenkins

  efficient              efficient
  open            ...
e-business

"to add value to the customer relationship in the customer’s
terms to maximize the value of the relationship t...
Kippen & Jenkin believe

1. political organizations could benefit from an e-strategy

2. four roadblocks:
    1. Time scar...
2004

dnc    rnc
2008

dnc              rnc

dnc: pre-Obama
Rush on e-politics

"A powerful new lobbying force is coming to town: Barack
Obama's triumphant army of 3.1 million Intern...
Rush on Trippi

"the Internet politics guru whose computer geeks made Howard
Dean a contender in 2004 and who went on to d...
just launched...

RNC: Republican for a Reason
Kippen & Jenkins

"Political parties are...facing serious internal challenges. The
desire of party members for greater inv...
from RNC: Republican for a Reason

"let's learn from the trouncing we took in social media and build
upon it. Elections wi...
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The E-Politics Conversation

  1. 1. the e-politics conversation is the question of e-politics passe?
  2. 2. e-government: the results 1. Volume of citizen input is overwhelming 2. its not living up to its potential, especially as it relates to interactivity 3. increased openness and efficiency and meets the needs of citizens
  3. 3. Klotz's view "[Citizens] seem content to use e-government opportunities to make targeted improvements in conventional ways of dealing with government."
  4. 4. e-government potential Klotz Kippen & Jenkins efficient efficient open open change relationship between citizen and govt
  5. 5. e-business "to add value to the customer relationship in the customer’s terms to maximize the value of the relationship to the customer for the customer’s benefit and the company’s profit." - Frederick Newell
  6. 6. Kippen & Jenkin believe 1. political organizations could benefit from an e-strategy 2. four roadblocks: 1. Time scarcity 2. Lack of leadership 3. Threat to established power 4. Financial resources 3. solution: government funding
  7. 7. 2004 dnc rnc
  8. 8. 2008 dnc rnc dnc: pre-Obama
  9. 9. Rush on e-politics "A powerful new lobbying force is coming to town: Barack Obama's triumphant army of 3.1 million Internet-linked donors and volunteers…it's not just the 1.9 volunteers, it's the Internet donors..."
  10. 10. Rush on Trippi "the Internet politics guru whose computer geeks made Howard Dean a contender in 2004 and who went on to design Obama's socially networked campaign machine."
  11. 11. just launched... RNC: Republican for a Reason
  12. 12. Kippen & Jenkins "Political parties are...facing serious internal challenges. The desire of party members for greater involvement in internal party processes such as decision making is causing significant conflict."
  13. 13. from RNC: Republican for a Reason "let's learn from the trouncing we took in social media and build upon it. Elections will continue to be played out online in years to come." -Tamara from Shelbyville, IN

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