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Co aboration, Transparency And Participation


Eng. Civil, UFPE, 1997


Eng. Civil, UFPE, 2001 (mestrado)

Criptograa e Segurana
Em Redes, UFF, 2007 (especializao) EZTIVA Scio-fundador , 2008 LOOPS Scio-fundador , 2009 Personal Democracy Forum, NY Premium Member , 2010

eztiva.com/iniciativapopular Permite a criao e a manifestao de apoio a projetos de Lei de Iniciativa Popular, utilizando assinatural digital com qualquer certificado vlido na ICP-Brasil. Visa eliminar o problema da logstica associada coleta de assinaturas, alm de possibilitar a verificao prtica das mesmas.

gabeira43.com.br Mashup do Google Maps, com o Flickr e YouTube, que permitia aos usurios darem a sua viso sobre o Rio de Janeiro, durante a campanha de 2008 denunciando problemas, apontando solues ou mesmo elogiando aes. Os usurios podiam votar e comentar os posts dos outros e o candidato se comprometia a, caso eleito, utilizar este relatrio como diagnstico inicial da cidade.

eztiva.com/politweets o agregador de contedo web 2.0 dos polticos do Brasil. Seu principal objetivo proporcionar um ambiente onde a populao possa interagir diretamente com os polticos e tambm se organizar, acompanhar e exigir transparncia e tica da classe poltica.

redemobiliza.com.br Mobilizao social da campanha a presidente de 2010 do PSDB. Principal fonte de informao e troca de contedo e experincias entre os Mobilizadores espalhados pelo pas e no mundo.

Memorandum for the Heads of Executive Departments and Agencies SUBJECT: Transparency and Open Government

My Administration is co i ed to creating an unprecedented level of ope e in Government. We wi work together to ensure the public trust and establish a system of transparency, public participation, and co aboration. Ope e wi strengthen our democracy and promote e iciency and e ectivene in Government. 21 January 2009 BARACK OBAMA

Government should be: Transparent. Participatory. Co


Is a new kind of public sector organization emerging. Its main objective is engaging the citizen as a full participant rather than an observer of their government.

Government 2.0, is the use of technologyespecially the collaborative technologies at the heart of Web 2.0to better solve collective problems at a city, state, national, and international level.

What lessons can government take from the success of computer platforms???
Lesson 1: Open Standards Spark Innovation and Growth Lesson 2: Build a Simple System and Let It Evolve Lesson 3: Design for Participation Lesson 4: Learn from Your Hackers Lesson 5: Data Mining Allows You to Harness Implicit Participation Lesson 6: Lower the Barriers to Experimentation Lesson 7: Lead by Example

Open Government Data Principles

Government data shall be considered open if it is made public in a way that complies with the principles below: 1. Complete All public data is made available. Public data is data that is not subject to valid privacy, security or privilege limitations. 2. Primary Data is as collected at the source, with the highest possible level of granularity, not in aggregate or modified forms. 3. Timely Data is made available as quickly as necessary to preserve the value of the data. 4. Accessible Data is available to the widest range of users for the widest range of purposes.

Open Government Data Principles

Government data shall be considered open if it is made public in a way that complies with the principles below: 5. Machine processable Data is reasonably structured to allow automated processing. 6. Non-discriminatory Data is available to anyone, with no requirement of registration. 7. Non-proprietary Data is available in a format over which no entity has exclusive control. 8. License-free Data is not subject to any copyright, patent, trademark or trade secret regulation. Reasonable privacy, security and privilege restrictions may be allowed.

www.data.gov The purpose of Data.gov is to increase public access to high value, machine readable datasets generated by the executive branch of the federal government.

datasf.org DataSF is a clearinghouse of datasets available from the City & County of San Francisco. Their goal in releasing this site is: (1) improve access to data (2) help our community create innovative apps (3) understand what datasets you'd like to see (4) get feedback on the quality of our datasets.

apps.sfgov.org/Open311API/ API to distribute information from its 311 system about city services to developers in a way that they can integrate and distribute that information into new software and web applications. Everyone will be able to get information about citizen requests and issue new requests (such as reporting potholes) directly to city departments via their own web software.

transparent.utah.gov A website dedicated to the transparency and accountability of government finances.

www.usaspending.gov Receives and displays data pertaining to obligations (amounts awarded for federally sponsored projects during a given budget period), not outlays or expenditures (actual cash disbursements made against each project).

codeforamerica.org Works with city managers, to identify projects that can benefit from web solutions. Recruits development teams and the cities through competitive processes. Each project is connected with a web development team to develop an action plan, and deliver an appropriate solution over an 11-month development cycle. CFA mentors, trains, and coordinates the teams and facilitates relationships with their clients.

Why Become a Fellow? During the 11-month program, fellows not only work together to solve local problems, but also receive the training and support to be positioned as a leader in business, public service, or both: Gov 2.0 Training. You will start with a crash course in municipal government and gain a practical understanding of the vital intersection of politics and technology. Professional Development. The biggest names in the web industry and the Gov 2.0 movement will provide you unparalleled networking, mentoring, and support. Alumni Connections. Working closely with other talented individuals, you will develop lasting professional relationships in a fast-paced, startup atmosphere. Employer Partnerships. Multiple leading internet companies have already pledged to guarantee interviews for a full-time position after your CfA experience.

FELLOWSHIP Through Code for America's fellowship program, talented web developers, designers, and entrepreneurs leverage the power of the internet to make governments more open and efficient, and in doing so, they become civic leaders able to realize transformational change in government with technology.

www.appsfordemocracy.org The 1st edition of Apps for Democracy yielded 47 web, iPhone and Facebook apps in 30 days - a $2,300,000 value to the city at a cost of $50,000. Community Edition mission is two fold: to engage the populace of Washington to ask for their input into the problems and ideas they have that can be solved with technology and then to build the best community platform for submitting 311 service requests to the city.

apps.dc.gov The App Store for the city of Washington, D.C. It features a real app store, with applications written by the city of Washington. D.C.s own technology team (or funded by them) demonstrating how to use key features. D.C. then took the further step of highlighting, at a top level, third-party apps created by independent developers. This is a model for every government app store to follow

civiccommons.org Each city, county, state, agency and office builds or buys their technology solutions independently, creating redundancies in software and wasting millions of tax-payer dollars. Civic Commons help these institutions share code and best practices, reform procurement practices, and learn to function as a platform to which an ecosystem of industry can add value for government and its citizens.

govfresh.com GovFresh works to inspire government-citizen collaboration and build a more engaged democracy. We feature Gov 2.0, open gov news, guides, TV, tech, people and official U.S. government feeds, all in one place.

www.followthemoney.org Is the only nonpartisan, nonprofit organization revealing the influence of campaign money on statelevel elections and public policy in all 50 states. They encourage transparency and promote independent investigation of state-level campaign contributions by journalists, academic researchers, publicinterest groups, government agencies, policymakers, students and the public at large.

www.govloop.com GovLoop is the premier social network for government connecting over 30000 federal, state and local employees, contractors and academics.

sunlightfoundation.com Non-profit, nonpartisan Org. that uses the Internet to catalyze government openness and transparency, and provide tools and resources for media and citizens. They are committed to improve access to government information by making it available online, indeed redefining public information as meaning online, and by creating tools and sites to enable citizens to better access information and put it to use.

maplight.org A nonprofit, nonpartisan research organization, provides citizens and journalists the transparency tools to shine a light on the influence of money on politics. MAPLight.org makes money/vote connections transparent, to help citizens hold their legislators accountable. MAPLight.org is nonprofit and nonpartisan.

www.gov2summit.com Gov 2.0 Summit brings together innovators from government and the private sector to highlight technology and ideas that can be applied to the nations great challenges. In areas as diverse as education, health care, energy, jobs, and financial reform, there are unique opportunities to rethink how government agencies perform their mission and serve our citizens.

personaldemocracy.com The world's leading conference exploring and analyzing technology's impact on politics and government. Editions in New York, Barcelona and Chile.

futureofwebapps.com The Future of Web Apps is a conference for web developers and entrepreneurs. You'll learn about cutting-edge tech and exciting new ideas.

citycamp.govfresh.com CityCamp is an unconference focused on innovation for municipal governments and community organizations. As an unconference, content for CityCamp is not programmed for a passive audience. Instead, content is created and organized by participants and coordinated by facilitators. Participants are expected to play active roles in sessions.