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Title: Envisioning Greater Possibility: Open Collaboration


1
Envisioning Greater PossibilityOpen
Collaboration Open Standards in
E-government.Expedition Workshop Series 28
  • September 30, 2003
  • National Science Foundation, Stafford I Building,
    4201 Wilson Blvd., 12th Floor, NSF Boardroom
    (Room 1235)
  • Susan Turnbull, GSA, and Brand Niemann, EPA
  • CIO Councils Emerging Technology Subcommittee

2
Purpose of Workshops
  • Open up communication circles among diverse
    stakeholders.
  • Accelerate commitments and maturation of open
    standard components for e-government.
  • Collaborative incubator process for our
    sponsors.

3
Sponsors
  • Architecture and Infrastructure Committee of the
    CIO Council (http//www.cio.gov)
  • Governance, Components, and Emerging Technology
    Subcommittees
  • http//cio.gov/documents/architecture_subcommittee
    _charters.html
  • Interagency Working Group for Information
    Technology Research and Development
  • http//www.itrd.gov

4
Emerging Technology Subcommittee
  • Key Messages
  • Supports Federal Agencies and partners as they
    assess new technologies because
  • Organizations have limited capacity of expertise
    and resources and
  • Individualized vendors marketing to multiple
    agencies is not cost-effective nor possible for
    new, small innovative companies.
  • Provide intergovernmental process for pilot
    projects and technology assessment initiatives in
    support of
  • Vendor clearinghouse
  • Government-wide reusable components and
  • Federal and intergovernmental lines of business.

5
Building Reciprocal Relationships
  • Explore common purposes with scope beyond what
    government can do alone.
  • Participation by innovators/bridge-builders.
  • Contributes to culturally expansive learning
    among separate communities.
  • Collaboration site at http//ua-exp.gov

6
Workshop Community Values
  • Accommodate Difference
  • Greater Diversity of Participation around Shared
    Purpose.
  • Faster Innovation Diffusion
  • Improved Ability to Appreciate the Whole Picture
    and Engage in Sustained Dialogue.
  • Better Marketplace Discernment
  • Nexus of common sense and good science.

7
Todays Workshop Purpose
  • To explore the Potential and Realities of
    Intergovernmental Communities of Practice as
    Innovation Catalysts in an "Intangibles" Economy.
  • The President's Management Agenda requires all
    federal agencies to transform the roles and
    relationships among people, processes, and
    technology in order to become a citizen-centered
    government. The Federal Enterprise Architecture
    provides a blueprint for organizing lines of
    business around shared mission purpose.

8
Questions
  • 1. How can our conversations "perturb" current
    understandings in ways that encourage the
    creation of new or different possibilities?
  • 2. How can we establish new "norms" for
    collaborating together across institutional
    boundaries?
  • 3. How can smarter "work-forms" such as
    Communities of Practices help mature innovative,
    but disruptive technologies, that offer
    significant transformational potential?

9
Context-setting
  • 1. Internal Perspective Highlights of workshops
    in 2003 and Implications for 2004 in light of
    10-year Retrospective and Prospective View
    1998-2008
  • 2. External Perspective Overview of the new
    economic paradigm of "intangible assets" that is
    rewriting the rules of business processes,
    including government with strong emphasis on an
    organizations ability to innovate.

10
Agenda
  • 830 a.m. Coffee and Networking
  • 845-930 a.m. Envisioning Greater Possibilities
    Highlights of the Past Year with Implications for
    2004.
  • 930-1015 a.m. Open Dialogue Who is Here? Who
    is Missing?
  • 1015-1030 a.m. Break.
  • 1030-1115 a.m. Introduction to the Small
    Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Program and
    the "SBIR for eGov Pilots" Initiative.

11
Agenda
  • Purpose Explore the potential and realities of
    Intergovernmental Communities of Practice as
    Innovation Catalysts in an "Intangibles" Economy.
  • 1115 a.m.-1215 p.m. Invisible Advantage How
    Intangibles are Driving Business Performance,
    Jonathan Low, Senior Research Fellow, Cap Gemini
    Ernst Young Center for Business Innovation.
  • Jonathan is a leading researcher and expert on
    intangible value and its implications for
    business management, corporate growth and
    economic policy and co-author with Pam Cohen
    Kalafut of the book, Invisible Advantage How
    Intangibles are Driving Business Performance,
    Perseus Publishing, 2002.
  • 1215 p.m. Open Dialogue.
  • 1245 p.m. Lunch/Networking.
  • 2-5 p.m. XML Web Services Working Group Meeting.
  • See http//web-services.gov/link3

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Highlights of the Past Year with Implications for
2004
  • 1. Advance Understanding Improved Ability to
    Appreciate the Whole Picture 1998-2008 Engage
    Multiple Perspectives from Stakeholders for
    Collaborative Discovery.
  • 2. Problem-Centered Organizing Improved Ability
    to Engage in Sustained Dialogue that Leads to
    Action View from 2003.
  • 3. Advance Technology Improved Resource
    Allocation Process for Achieving Results
    Collaborative IT Investment Measures that
    Multiply ROI from 2003-2008.

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Highlights of the Past Year
  • 1. Advance Understanding Improved Ability to
    Appreciate the Whole Picture
  • Greater awareness of emerging citizen-government
    relationship potential Extending Digital
    Dividends guide (first talking book) distributed
    to 1700 Depository libraries, 3500 Senior
    Executives.
  • E-Government for All A Virtual Conference on
    E-Government and the Digital Divide, no fee,
    November 13-14, 2003, http//www.egov4all.org.
  • Initial XML Topic Map Web Service of Two eGov
    Conferences and FEA.
  • The Role of Usability in eGov, October 28th
    Workshop, planned by Emerging Community of
    Practice on Usability.

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Highlights of the Past Year
  • 2. Problem-Centered Organizing Improved Ability
    to Engage in Sustained Dialogue that Leads to
    Action
  • Developed e-Health and FEA/XML Web Services
    Tracks of the GWU e-Gov Conference invited to
    FOSE in 2004, including Web Services
    Interoperability demos (FOSE and beyond)
  • Spin-off CoP workshop in June led to SBIR for
    eGov Pilots Program with quarterly conferences
    on Emerging Components (See Componenttechnology.o
    rg).
  • Open Collaboration, Open Standards was invited
    session (1 of 10) at IRMCO, September 4-6, 2003,
    follow-on in Paris at EGOVOS 3, November 24-26th.
  • Workshop findings are incorporated into actions
    of the Emerging Technology Subcommittee, AIC, CIO
    Council.

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Highlights of the Past Year
  • 3. Advance Technology Collaborative-Centered
    Resource Allocation Process for Achieving Results
    Multiplies Benefits
  • Fostered Two CIO Council Award Recognitions.
  • ET/Standards Leadership Award to Brand Niemann.
  • Growing recognition of Communities of Practice as
    an effective means of tapping high performance
    potential as people learn to create conducive
    environments where trust and the public good
    synergies of shared purpose are experienced.
  • Initiated the Emerging Components Conference
    Series with the SBA led to the SBIR (Small
    Business Innovation Research Act) and eGov Pilot
    Program.
  • Request to advance alignment among Consolidated
    Health Informatics, Justice Intergovernmental
    Partnership, EPA-States Exchange Network.

20
XML Web Services Working Group Agenda
  • 1. Introduction
  • Updates.
  • Some Coming Attractions and Announcements.
  • Introductions.
  • 2. Presentations
  • Pilot Project Graduation Report Web Services
    and Registries, Joe Chiusano.
  • Pilot Project Final Report E-Forms for E-Gov,
    Rick Rogers.
  • Operational Web Services OMB Exhibit A300 XML
    Schema Web Service, Will Gorman (tentative).
  • Operational Web Services SCOx Web Services,
    Bruce Grant and Kevin Auger.
  • 3. Business
  • Graduation and Awards.

21
Some Coming Attractions and Announcements
  • October 15, 2003, Topic Maps The Inventor's
    Perspective on Subject-based Access (Dr. Michel
    Biezunski Dr. Steven R. Newcomb), 1000-1200
    noon, Pickford Theater (James Madison Building,
    Third Floor, Library of Congress).
  • October 15, Knowledge Management Working Groups
    Taxonomy and Semantic SIG Meeting (tentative).
  • October 20, 2003, Emerging Components Conference
    Series, White house Conference Center. See "SBIR
    for eGov Pilots" and register at
    Componenttechnology.org to participate.
  • October 28, 2003, Collaboration Expedition
    Workshop 29 will focus on the role of Usability
    in E-government, highlighting success stories and
    best practices from across the Federal
    government.

22
Some Coming Attractions and Announcements
  • November 2-5, 2003, National Association of Seed
    and Venture Funds (A Network of private, public
    and non-profit organizations investing and
    facilitating investment in entrepreneurs), 2003
    NASVF Conference Innovations in Early Stage
    Investing, Invited to present on "SBIR for eGov
    Pilots" Program, Announcement, and
    Componenttechnology.org.
  • November 10, 2003, Programming .Net Components -
    Design and Build Maintainable Systems Using
    Component-Oriented Programming, Chapter 1 (free)
    - Introducing Component-Oriented Programming,
    Juval Lowy, O'Reilly Books. Future Phase 2 of the
    XML Web Services for E-Gov Pilots Meeting Topic.
    ("A component is a .NET class.")
  • November 24-26, 2003, EGOVOS 3 Open Standards
    and Libre Software in Government, Paris, France,
    Invited Presentation on "SBIR for eGov Pilots"
    and Componenttechnology.org
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