Here’s a link to the presentation I gave to this year’s Code for America Summit.
It explains why I believe a new institutional architecture is required to support a natively digital nation, and what form these new institutions might take.
It’s basically me presenting the ideas of Richard Pope.
The video of the talk will be more meaningful, but people afterwards were nagging me a url of the presentation, so this’ll do for now.
[update] Here’s the video of the talk and demo.
Fragile states and digital foundations - bm.wel.by
Week notes: 4 October 2015 | Alyson Fielding
Very interesting presentation, lots of things to consider in the Australian context. What is an issue for us in O)z is the uneven access to the internet – many people in remote areas do not have access to 3G or 4G or any kind of internet (cable or satellite, which makes it a bit of challenge in terms of designing services.
Two GDS blog posts on registers are https://gdstechnology.blog.gov.uk/2015/10/13/guaranteeing-the-integrity-of-a-register/ and https://gds.blog.gov.uk/2015/10/13/the-characteristics-of-a-register/
Not digitally driven – driven by users – Jumoo blog
Ten rules to help design a digital, democratic government – Tom Loosemore
Oi, that’s my personal data! (Why aren’t you sharing it?) | The Digital Owl
Civic Tech and Data Collaborative — St. Louis | My favorite messages from the Code for America Summit 2015