From E to OTowards Open Participationas a Guiding Principle of Open Government                             Michelle Anna R...
The presentation in a nutshell   1       From e-government to open government              The (neglected) importance of p...
From E-Government to Open Government (I/II)                                E-Government   ICT for administrative         e...
From E-Government to Open Government (II/II)Core differences between e (electronic) and o (open government)  • „e“ does no...
The (neglected) importance of participation forOpen Government                         Collaboration                      ...
Example: transparent and participatory budget                                      www.offenerhaushalt.de  http://www.bonn...
From E-Participation to Open Participation (I/II)Recall differences between e-government and open government:  Same goes ...
From E-Participation to Open Participation(II/II)                        E-Participation vs. Open Participation  Limited t...
Open Participation:Guiding Principle of Open Government                            transparent                            ...
transparent                             •   open data                             •   open source                         ...
Open Participation:Guiding Principle of Open Government                           transparent                           • ...
Open Participation:Guiding Principle of Open Government                           transparent                           • ...
Conclusion • Open government is more than open doors     Open doors (=transparency) are the prerequisite to enter, i.e. fo...
Thank you!Questions?                         If you want to know more about Michelle Anna Ruesch,   the mentioned, EU-fund...
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From E to O - Towards Open Participation as a Guiding Principle of Open Government

  1. 1. From E to OTowards Open Participationas a Guiding Principle of Open Government Michelle Anna Ruesch, Sebastian Basedow, Jan-Henning Korte Zebralog GmbH & Co KG Bonn / Berlin ruesch@zebralog.de www.zebralog.comEDEM | September 05, 2012
  2. 2. The presentation in a nutshell 1 From e-government to open government The (neglected) importance of participation for open 2 government 3 From e-participation to open participation 4 Open participation as guiding principle of open governmentwww.zebralog.com 2012 2
  3. 3. From E-Government to Open Government (I/II) E-Government ICT for administrative efficiency ICT for better public services Government civil society ICT for civic participation and dialogue Open Governmentwww.zebralog.com 2012 3
  4. 4. From E-Government to Open Government (II/II)Core differences between e (electronic) and o (open government) • „e“ does not imply „o“ • „o“ implies a normative component, a vision, a guiding principle • for „o“, ICTs are central, but not sole driving force  Open government is the new Leitbild, i.e. guiding principle of many governments.  It is more accurate as compared to e-government since it implies a normative component.www.zebralog.com 2012 4
  5. 5. The (neglected) importance of participation forOpen Government Collaboration Open Participation Transparencywww.zebralog.com 2012 5
  6. 6. Example: transparent and participatory budget www.offenerhaushalt.de http://www.bonn-packts-an.de/www.zebralog.com 2012 6
  7. 7. From E-Participation to Open Participation (I/II)Recall differences between e-government and open government:  Same goes for e-participation vs. open participation!www.zebralog.com 2012 7
  8. 8. From E-Participation to Open Participation(II/II) E-Participation vs. Open Participation Limited to the use of ICT Crossmedia participation, on- and offline Little efforts regarding Handicapped access and useability as handicapped access and useability central requirements No specification regarding open Open access to information and data are access to information crucial No specification regarding the kind Use of open source software only of ICT / software No specification regarding real Facilitation of low-threshold, anonymous name policy or anonymity participation a method, a guiding principle, without normative goal with a normative component („the more open, the better“)www.zebralog.com 2012 8
  9. 9. Open Participation:Guiding Principle of Open Government transparent • open data • open source • open process • open results inclusive • crossmedia • • • accessibility useability anonymity open participation receptive • dialogic • open-ended • scope for decision-makingwww.zebralog.cvom 2012 9
  10. 10. transparent • open data • open source • open process • open resultswww.zebralog.com 2012 10
  11. 11. Open Participation:Guiding Principle of Open Government transparent • open data • open source • open process • open results inclusive • crossmedia • • • accessibility useability anonymity open participation receptive • dialogic • open-ended • scope for decision-makingwww.zebralog.com 2012 11
  12. 12. Open Participation:Guiding Principle of Open Government transparent • open data • open source • open process • open results inclusive • crossmedia • • • accessibility useability anonymity open participation receptive • dialogic • open-ended • scope for decision-makingwww.zebralog.com 2012 12
  13. 13. Conclusion • Open government is more than open doors Open doors (=transparency) are the prerequisite to enter, i.e. for open participation. • Governments must actively invite citizens, i.e. create open spaces of interaction • „Open“ means: transparent, inclusive and receptive • How much openness is necessary or enough remains a normative question and matter of debate.www.zebralog.com 2012 13
  14. 14. Thank you!Questions? If you want to know more about Michelle Anna Ruesch, the mentioned, EU-funded ruesch@zebralog.de IMPACT-project, please go to www.zebralog.com http://www.policy-impact.euwww.zebralog.com 2012 14

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