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  • We try not to work with cities two years in a row
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  • Uscm 2012 part 2

    1. 1. Jennifer Pahlka
    2. 2. @pahlkadotjen@codeforamerica.org
    3. 3. Making government work better for everyone with the people and power of the web
    4. 4. What you don’t need: MORE TECHNOLOGY What you do need:A DIFFERENT APPROACH
    5. 5. Peace Corps for Geeks
    6. 6. 2012 Fellows
    7. 7. 2012 Cities
    8. 8. access
    9. 9. Neighborhood data collection, the old way...
    10. 10. Shareable software. Shareable practices.
    11. 11. It’s not about the apps.
    12. 12. Interfaces to government can be simple, beautiful and easy to use.
    13. 13. Better, faster and cheaper.
    14. 14. Show what’s possible and set a higher bar.
    15. 15. Culture trumps strategy
    16. 16. “They were mysteriousstrangers who came and taughtthe city’s staff that they had the magic in them all along.” -Jeff Friedman
    17. 17. What now?
    18. 18. MONUMMayor’s Office of New Urban Mechanics codeforamerica.org/monum/
    19. 19. 2014 Fellowship
    20. 20. The Community is the Capacity: Work with your Brigade
    21. 21. Above all:find, activate, support, andconnect your change agents
    22. 22. Join the conspiracyCode for America Summit:summit.codeforamerica.org jen@codeforamerica.org
    23. 23. “…what good governance and good society look like arenow inextricably linked to the digital.” - Tom Steinberg
    24. 24. Join the conspiracyCode for America Summit:summit.codeforamerica.org jen@codeforamerica.org
    25. 25. Aneesh Chopra
    26. 26. Digital Infrastructure to Spur Productivity Wireless, “Gig” Networks Key to Unlock Future Growth Cloud Computing and Mobility Unlock Potential National Wireless Initiative (Wi3) US-Ignite Marquette, MI Cleveland, OH Source:http://www.whitehouse.gov/blog/2011/02/10/president-national-wireless-initiative-we-re-going-have-our-game-marquette ; “A Dozen Facts About Innovation,” Hamilton Project, August 2011
    27. 27. Permitting Costs Inhibit Solar Growth We are Within Reach of $1 a watt cost by 2020 “Race to the Rooftop” “Crowdfunding” Solar Projects $12.5M Competition to Solar Mosaic Lower Costs Asian Resource Center (Oakland, CA) raised $100K from 134 investors to Competition designed to address $1BN install solar; will save $100,000 in “hidden tax” through permitting costs energy bills; awarded Dept Energy incubator grant Source: http://docs.cpuc.ca.gov/published/FINAL_DECISION/140369.htm; Cleanweb Hackathon, Jan 22nd, 2012
    28. 28. Want to Solve Food Deserts through Innovation? Sanofi US Diabetes and Maya Seeking “Alpha” Partners# Households no car & > 1 mi to store, 2006 Let’s build a Calling all Mayors! Send a note conveying your passion to solve Low-income preschool obesity rate, 2009 this problem to foodoasis@maya.com

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