Gray Brooks of the General Services Administration: Government's 21st Century Digital Strategy

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<ul><li> 1. The 21st Century Digital GovernmentOffice of Citizen Services and Innovative Technologies 1</li></ul> <p> 2. TodayOffice of Citizen Services and Innovative Technologies2 3. 2002Office of Citizen Services and Innovative Technologies3 4. Progress, but is it enough?Office of Citizen Services and Innovative Technologies 4 5. Pragmatism =Office of Citizen Services and Innovative Technologies5 6. Pragmatism =Crawl Walk RunOffice of Citizen Services and Innovative Technologies 6 7. Everywhere else, too.Office of Citizen Services and Innovative Technologies 7 8. All things evolve to abstractionover time, becoming uninterestingcommodities.-Robert Cringely Office of Citizen Services and Innovative Technologies8 9. including .govsOffice of Citizen Services and Innovative Technologies 9 10. WhiteHouse.gov/digitalgovOffice of Citizen Services and Innovative Technologies10 11. What and Why? #1Enable the American people and anincreasingly mobile workforce to accesshigh-quality digital governmentinformation and services anywhere,anytime, on any device. Office of Citizen Services and Innovative Technologies 11 12. What and Why? #2 Ensure that as the government adjusts to this new digital world, we seize the opportunity to procure andmanage devices, applications, and data in smart, secure and affordable ways.Office of Citizen Services and Innovative Technologies 12 13. What and Why? #3Unlock the power of governmentdata to spur innovation across ourNation and improve the quality ofservices for the American people.Office of Citizen Services and Innovative Technologies 13 14. Conceptual ModelOffice of Citizen Services and Innovative Technologies 14 15. Milestones and ActionOffice of Citizen Services and Innovative Technologies15 16. Where does Open Source fit in?Office of Citizen Services and Innovative Technologies16 17. "How theInternet will (oneday) transform government"Office of Citizen Services and Innovative Technologies 17 18. Open Source as a ToolIdentify shared and open content managementsystem (CMS) solutions and supportimplementation through training and bestpractices. Office of Citizen Services and Innovative Technologies 18 19. On Drupal.orgOffice of Citizen Services and Innovative Technologies 19 20. Open Source as a Tool *Shared solutions *Enable code sharing... *Modular developmentOffice of Citizen Services and Innovative Technologies 20 21. Open Source as a PhilosophyOffice of Citizen Services and Innovative Technologies21 22. Social Media RegistryOffice of Citizen Services and Innovative Technologies22 23. http://gsa.github.com/federal-open-source-repos/Office of Citizen Services and Innovative Technologies 23 24. http://ada.mbecker.cc/USAxGITHUB/Office of Citizen Services and Innovative Technologies 24 25. Office of Citizen Services and Innovative Technologies 25 26. Open Source as a PhilosophyDecentralizedLeanIterativeOffice of Citizen Services and Innovative Technologies26 27. Where do you fit in?Office of Citizen Services and Innovative Technologies 27 28. Where do you fit in? Agencies = DoOffice of Citizen Services and Innovative Technologies 28 29. Where do you fit in?Agencies = DoDC Shops = Join InOffice of Citizen Services and Innovative Technologies 29 30. Where do you fit in?Agencies = DoDC Shops = Join InDevelopers = Demand MoreOffice of Citizen Services and Innovative Technologies 30 31. Wed love to hear from you: @digital_govdigitalgov@gsa.govOffice of Citizen Services and Innovative Technologies 31 </p>