open government

open data in government
  These are my reflections on CityCamp Minnesota 2013, which occurred at St. Thomas in Minneapolis on November 9, 2013.  What was it, and what worked well? CityCamp MN 2013, hosted by Open Twin Cities and E-Democracy.org, was an event for civic hackers, open data nerds and advocates, and social... Read more
1 comment Posted 6 Dec 2013 by Alexander Fink Feed
open government apps
This is a condensed version of the blog post: Hey Civic Hackers! How about leaving the ninja skills at home and building really useful applications? It includes more analogies and cars. Comments welcome. Most hackers are deeply involved in the tech scene. They keep up to date with the latest... Read more
0 comments Posted 20 Nov 2013 by Steven Pousty (Red Hat) Feed
open source in the cloud
I recently covered the release of Dropbox platform and my thoughts on the impending cloud storage lock-in. I was also fortunate enough to run across what the guys over at NimbusBase are doing over the weekend. They seem to be the answer to the open API for mobile and web applications, providing a... Read more
18 comments Posted 7 Nov 2013 by Adam Clater (Red Hat) Feed
duplication
If you’re familiar with any type of government procurement process, it usually involves an RFP—a request for proposal. But today, with declining revenues and limited resources, the approach to partnerships and getting work done may change within government in the near future. I forsee a shift from... Read more
10 comments Posted 4 Nov 2013 by Jason Hibbets (Red Hat) Feed
duplication
If you’re familiar with any type of government procurement process, it usually involves an RFP—a request for proposal. But today, with declining revenues and limited resources, the approach to partnerships and getting work done may change within government in the near future. I forsee a shift from... Read more
10 comments Posted 4 Nov 2013 by Jason Hibbets (Red Hat) Feed
tranparency for open government
Today, transparency is a critical aspect in all areas of government. With Internet access, citizens are looking for more information about what is going on in their cities and are looking for more ways to hold their government representatives accountable. One of the best ways to provide... Read more
3 comments Posted 28 Oct 2013 by Logan Harper Feed
open source experience
Download the free All Things Open interview series eBook Jason Hibbets wears many hats. One is red—he's a project manager for the open source leader, Red Hat. And, the rest are for newly defined roles in open source—including local government open source advocate and contributor. But, one of the... Read more
0 comments Posted 18 Oct 2013 by Jen Wike (Red Hat) Feed
open source city
The future for Raleigh, NC as an open global city is very promising. There is a strong, participatory culture that is both leading and adding value to the open source, open government, and open data movements happening across the globe. The elected officials and city staff in Raleigh, particularly... Read more
0 comments Posted 8 Oct 2013 by Jason Hibbets (Red Hat) Feed
open source control not desirable
I attended the NSA Open Source Industry Day in Maryland this year and thought I'd summarize what did and didn't surprise me. We'll see if these observations prove controversial or helpful! More importantly we'll see if organizations can effectively manage, govern, and secure their applications... Read more
4 comments Posted 23 Sep 2013 by Mark Troester Feed
open government apps
Government CIOs have ample resources to do a great job for their communities and citizens. They have smart, well-intentioned people working for them and more low-hanging fruit than most private-sector CIOs dream of. The biggest problem is not budgetary, legal, or policy constraints, although those... Read more
1 comment Posted 13 Sep 2013 by Ben Balter Feed

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