Transparency Action Plan (TAP) Summit Agenda
Published July 14, 2011

Transparency Action Plan Summit – DAY 1
Friday, July 29, 2011
1:00 – 5:00 pm
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1:00 – Welcome
1:15 – Icebreaker
1:25 – Presentation by County Executive Ed Fitzgerald
1:55 – Presentation by County Councilman Dave Greenspan
2:10 – What is Transparency? Language and concepts
2:25 – Lightning Presentations (5 minutes presentations of OpenGov projects)
2:50 – BREAK
3:10 – Brainstorming: What does OpenGov mean for us?
4:00 – Organizing Ideas: How do we get to OpenGov?
4:45 – Wrap-Up
5:00 – Close Session

Transparency Action Plan Summit – DAY 2
Saturday, July 30, 2011
9:00 am – 5:00 pm

8:30 – Coffee Time
9:00 – Morning Welcome
9:15 – Breakout Session #1

  • Improving Trust in Government
  • Cuyahoga County Website
  • A Public Engagement Process for Charter Review
  • Serving the Information Middle-Men: Media, Nonprofits, and Businesses

10:30 – BREAK
10:45 – Breakout Session #2

  • Developing a Template for Public Engagement around Major Projects
  • Digital Divide: Involving non-traditional participants or non-wired residents
  • “Open Government” Pledge for Elected Officials, Citizens, Media
  • Campaign Finance: Making the Process more Transparent
  • Open Data: Resources and Possibilities for Implementation in Cuyahoga County

12:00 – Report to Group
12:15 – Lunch
1:15 – Pilot Projects Breakout

  • Pilot Project: Budget
  • Pilot Project: Procurement
  • Pilot Project: County Stat
  • Pilot Project: Mobile and Web Apps

3:45 – Reconvene: Report out to Group
4:00 – Debrief and Discussion of Dissemination Strategies
4:25 – Concluding Remarks

Saturday Afternoon Pilot Project Breakout Groups (~2-3 hrs)
We will be developing four gov-public transparency projects. Participants in each group will be responsibility for a in-depth knowledge of the project, will be expected to read the group’s homework assignment before the session, and will work in a team of other citizens and government officials to develop a transparency plan and timeline for their project.

  • BUDGET
  • PROCUREMENT
  • COUNTY STAT
  • MOBILE APPS
 

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