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Day 3: Innovation in parliaments #3, Mr. Ian McKenzie, Assistant Secretary, Infrastructure and Services Branch, ICT Division, Parliament, Australia

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Day 3: Innovation in parliaments #3, Mr. Ian McKenzie, Assistant Secretary, Infrastructure and Services Branch, ICT Division, Parliament, Australia

  1. 1. World e-Parliament Conference 2016 #eParliament 28-30 June 2016 // Chamber of Deputies of Chile // Valparaiso ParlWork Project Australian Federal Parliament
  2. 2. Beta Release :February – May 2016 60 Users (including 30 Parliamentarians) 749 Unique Devices
  3. 3. Challenges  Availability of key users for requirement gathering.  Accuracy, currency and timeliness of data.  Critical requirement that there be no impact on source systems.  Varied technology platforms.  Relational vs non relational platforms.  Data required in semantic HTML  Protection of sensitive information of source systems from public facing platform.  Availability of staff for testing during sitting periods.
  4. 4. Future Plans • Media Access • Public Access • API Publishing
  5. 5. Reception “ ParlWork is useful to know what item you’re voting in the chamber, helps to quickly check where business is up to ” “ Very useful to check the order of business each morning in ParlWork, and therefore I have less reliance on the physical documents ” “ ParlWork is helpful because it provides chamber information online and I do not have to call the Whips office to confirm the business of the day ” “ Excellent application; I use it when walking around the building. Helps me to know exactly where business is up to and when I am required to be in the chamber ”
  6. 6. Ian.mckenzie@aph.gov.au

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