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Wednesday, October 28
 

4:00pm

Cities around the World
The objective of this workshop is to showcase successful city level initiatives from around the world and to identify the challenges and yet unresolved problems, and focus on potential solutions for sub-national open government initiatives. In the first half of the session, we will use the speed-geeking format, while in the second half we will break down into smaller groups. We will identify solutions and initiatives from cities that had tangible impact in the past, and draw conclusions for both city officials and national level open government practitioners. Attendees will leave with a list of opportunities for next steps for local communities, and the conversation will hopefully also shape the ways in which OGP engages with subnational governments.

Moderators
avatar for Stephen Larrick

Stephen Larrick

Open Data Project Lead, Sunlight Foundation
Stephen Larrick is Open Data Project Lead for the Sunlight Foundation, where he works as part of the policy team to promote transparency and open government at the local level. His current efforts focus on facilitating the adoption of meaningful and sustainable open data policies... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Natalia Carfi

Natalia Carfi

Deputy Director, Open Data Charter
avatar for Julia Keseru

Julia Keseru

Sunlight Foundation
Júlia Keserű is the International Policy Manager at the Sunlight Foundation and oversees its international work. Coming from the Hungarian transparency community, Júlia has been an advocate for open government and an expert on open data issues with a special focus on political... Read More →
avatar for Andrew Nicklin

Andrew Nicklin

Director of Open Data, Johns Hopkins University Center for Government Excellence


Wednesday October 28, 2015 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Palacio de Minería Calle de Tacuba 5, Centro, Mexico CIty

5:00pm

Lightning Talks on Open Subnational
Hola a todos.
Gracias a los que ya os habéis apuntado a esta sesión. La misma se llama "Gobierno abierto en los gobiernos locales de Latinoamérica: cómo empezar?" y el objetivo es explorar algunas ideas de qué se está haciendo en países como Costa Rica, Panamá, Guatemala, Colombia y finalmente la OEA presentar una visión de todos los municipios de la región.
Para esto preparamos el blog http://www.agaglocal.org/cuentanos/ donde varios amigos han dejado sus aportes.
Con estos aportes, más nuestra experiencia más lo que recojamos durante la Cumbre podremos elaborar un decálogo sobre cómo empezar a implementar gobierno abierto en los gobiernos locales (subnacional) de Latinoamérica.
Los panelistas por orden de intervención serán:
  • Maikol Porras Morales, Costa Rica, trabaja en ACCESA organización de la sociedad civil, Co-fundador, Secretario de la Junta Directiva y Director de Proyectos.
  • Jorge López-Bachiller, Guatemala, Municipalidad de Patzún, Guatemala, trabaja como Asesor y Gerente MuNet eGobierno (Municipios Eficientes y Transparentes) de la OEA.
  • Maribel Wong, Panamá, trabaja en la Autoridad Nacional para la Innovación Gubernamental de Panamá, Coordinadora de Planes y Programas.
  • Gilber Corrales Rubiano, Colombia, miembro del grupo de investigación “Teoría y gestión de tecnologías de la información” en Universidad Nacional de Colombia y consultor en PNUD Colombia.
  • María Fernanda Trigo, Washington, Estados Unidos, Directora del Departamento para la Gestión Pública Efectiva, OEA.
Si os parece al final de la sesión podemos seguir hablando sobre esto.
La sesión está confirmada para el miércoles 28 a las a las 17:05 en el Salón Tacuba Tres, os esperamos!!!

Speakers
avatar for Jorge López-Bachiller

Jorge López-Bachiller

Gerente MuNet, Municipalidad de Patzún, Guatemala, Programa MuNet eGobierno OEA
Gobiernos locales, gobierno electrónico, gobierno abierto, pueblos indígenas, desarrollo local, reducción de la brecha digital, redes sociales, Patzún, Guatemala, rendición de cuentas
avatar for Maikol Porras

Maikol Porras

Civil Society Strengthening Officer, Hivos
Costa Rican. Former Coordinator of Open Government in Costa Rica (October 2012 - April 2014). Public Administrator. Project Manager. Topics: Innovation, Open government, e-government, local governments.
avatar for María Fernanda Trigo

María Fernanda Trigo

Directora del departamento para la gestion publica efectiva OEA, Organización de Estados Americanos
OEA Gestión pública, participación ciudadana, gobierno electrónico, acceso a la información pública, sensibilización y capacitación en estas áreas, iniciativas hemisfericas en estas áreas, programa agentes de cambio en gobierno abierto (fellowship de la OEA en Gobierno... Read More →
avatar for Maribel Wong

Maribel Wong

Coordinadora, Autoridad Nacional para la Innovacion Gubernamental
Especialista en Gestión de Tecnología del Conocimiento, gerencia de proyectos con metodología PMI, implementación de proyectos de Gobierno Electrónico en los Gobiernos Locales


Wednesday October 28, 2015 5:00pm - 6:00pm
Palacio de Minería Calle de Tacuba 5, Centro, Mexico CIty

5:00pm

Radical Experiments in Citizen Engagement at the City Level: the Next Frontier for OGP
This session will provide a space for open government practitioners to share ideas, challenges, strategies, advice and feedback with other experts and peers. An open dialogue between the speakers and the moderator allows for the sharing of radical co-creation experiments in different cities. Keynote speakers will integrate contributions from the audience to generate a wider dialogue on what co-creation means at the local and subnational level.


Wednesday October 28, 2015 5:00pm - 6:00pm
Palacio de Minería Calle de Tacuba 5, Centro, Mexico CIty

5:00pm

Sustainable Development Goals in Open Mexico Subnational Network
Mexican states, municipalities and autonomous bodies come together to recognise the role of open data for implementing the sustainable development goals. A Memorandum of Understanding amongst government levels will aimed at facilitating access, use, reuse and redistribution of public data will be signed.


Wednesday October 28, 2015 5:00pm - 6:00pm
Palacio de Minería Calle de Tacuba 5, Centro, Mexico CIty

6:00pm

Open Cities, States and Regions: The Promise of Open Government in the Subnational Level
Transparency, accountability, civic participation and innovation are cross-cutting principles that should be present in all sectors and across all levels of government. Mexico’s main goal as chair of OGP is to deepen the impact of the principles of open government at the subnational level in order to promote a more efficient and responsive government. Furthermore, as the role of local governments is central in achieving public participation, it is necessary to share best practices amongst local governments that have been pioneers and are currently leading open government efforts. It is also within these levels of government that the linkage between authorities and civil society becomes most apparent, ensuring that open government reaches as many citizens as possible.

Moderators
Speakers
AD

Adriana de Almeida Lobo

Executive Director, Embarq Mexico
PV

Pauline Véron

Deputy Mayor of Paris for local democracy, citizenship participation, associative life, youth and employment   Since 2014, Pauline VÉRON, 41, is Deputy Mayor of Paris for local democracy, citizenship participation, associative life, youth and employment. She is lawyer by training... Read More →


Wednesday October 28, 2015 6:00pm - 7:00pm
Palacio de Minería Calle de Tacuba 5, Centro, Mexico CIty
 
Thursday, October 29
 

9:00am

Lightning Talks on Open Subnational
Moderators
Speakers
avatar for Gerardo Pérez Gallardo

Gerardo Pérez Gallardo

Gobierno Electrónico, H. Ayuntamiento de Xalapa
Titular de la Unidad de Gobierno Electrónico de Xalapa


Thursday October 29, 2015 9:00am - 10:00am
Palacio de Minería Calle de Tacuba 5, Centro, Mexico CIty

11:00am

Open Mexico Subnational Network Workshop
During this session, there will be two representatives of each city and state that belong to the network "Red Mexico Abierto" and also the partners that support each main line of action mobility, cadastral data, resilience and crime prevention. There will be four roundtables, one for each line of action in which members and allies set specific targets in the field, based on the use of their data published at datos.gob.mx

Moderators
avatar for Andrea Barenque

Andrea Barenque

Red Mexico Abierto
Supporting open data local initiatives.

Speakers
avatar for José Paredes Gómez

José Paredes Gómez

Director de Geomática, INFOCAM
Actualmente coordino la implementación del Sistema de Gestión de Catastro Multifinalitario del Estado de Campeche; México. Un GIS en plataforma web, completamente desarrollado en FOSS4G.
DL

David Lira

Information Manager, Propiedades.com
Im in charge of real estate market analysis in the company. Public data is as important as private in this market. Accurate and reliable information from local and state governments is really necessary if we want to build a more competitive and professional real estate sector in... Read More →


Thursday October 29, 2015 11:00am - 1:00pm
Palacio de Minería Calle de Tacuba 5, Centro, Mexico CIty

12:00pm

Subnational Open Government Practices
This session will address the importance of including the subnational agenda in OGP's efforts from a critical perspective. There will be an open discussion in which local leaders from Mexican subnational governments will exchange experiences from their open government efforts at the state level, higlighting the preliminary results of this agenda and how factors such as political will and civic engagement have been critical in achieving them.

Moderators
Speakers
avatar for Mireya Arteaga Dirzo

Mireya Arteaga Dirzo

Comisionada Presidenta, Instituto Morelense de Información Pública y Estadística
avatar for Dora Ivonne Rosales Sotelo

Dora Ivonne Rosales Sotelo

Comisionada Propietaria, Instituto Morelense de Información Pública y Estadística


Thursday October 29, 2015 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Palacio de Minería Calle de Tacuba 5, Centro, Mexico CIty

3:00pm

Taking OGP Subnational
Since its launch, the OGP has achieved a rapid expansion in its breadth - from the 8 founding countries to its 65 members today - and has had considerable success in being a catalyst for open government reforms in national level governments. The next frontier for OGP is to deepen, by increasing the involvement of sub-national tiers of government. This session will explore past, present and future innovations in applying open government and the OGP at a devolved, federal or local level. The session will begin with lightning talks from four people leading innovations on subnational open government.

Moderators
avatar for Simon Burall

Simon Burall

Director, Involve
On the steering group of the UK Open Government Network

Speakers
KV

Kitty von Bertele

Open Government Partnership
avatar for Colm Burns

Colm Burns

Chair, Northern Ireland Open Government Network
I am Chairperson of the Northern Ireland Open Government Network. I would describe myself as a political nerd and got involved with the NI Open Government Network because I believe that open government can play a key role in opening up decision making and ensure the voice of the citizen... Read More →
avatar for Lucy McTernan

Lucy McTernan

Dep CEO, SCVO
avatar for Kerry O'Connor

Kerry O'Connor

Chief Innovation Officer, City of Austin, TX


Thursday October 29, 2015 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Palacio de Minería Calle de Tacuba 5, Centro, Mexico CIty

3:00pm

Where do we Start with Open Government?
A classic scenario with Open Governemnt is: Our major has decided to invested in Open Government. Now what? Do we create a Lab of Innovation?, do we call for discussions and debates with our citizens?,do we invest in Open Data?. What is the first step or the first topic that we should discuss when Open Government is a priority. For this debate we will invite several speakers from different backgrounds to debate on the topic: Where do we start with Open Government.

Moderators
avatar for Paulina Bustos Arellano

Paulina Bustos Arellano

Codeando México
Operations Program Manager at Codeando México (Code for Mexico) a non-profit organization that deploys civic hacking communities in order to solve social problems with technology.---

Speakers
avatar for Mauricio Delfín

Mauricio Delfín

Director, Asociación Civil Solar
Director de la Asociación Civicil Solar. Interesado en temas de gobierno abierto en relación al sector cultural y las políticas culturales.
avatar for Carolina Pozo

Carolina Pozo

Directora Ejecutiva, Laboratorio de Innovación Quito LINQ - Municipio de Quito
innovation labs open innovation open data open government
avatar for Susana  Soto

Susana Soto

Directora, Abriendo Datos Costa Rica
Docente especializada en tecnologías digitales y procesos de generación de capacidades para la ciudadanía. Co-fundadora y directora de proyectos de Abriendo Datos Costa Rica, organización de sociedad civil dedicada a la promoción e implementación de iniciativas de apertura... Read More →


Thursday October 29, 2015 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Palacio de Minería Calle de Tacuba 5, Centro, Mexico CIty

4:00pm

Partnership of Local Government and the Community within the Field of Neighborhood Priorities and Budgeting
During past three years we developed a method to cooperate with our local government to inventorise the needs in our district in the east part of Amsterdam. During the workshop we aim to exchange our experiences with other participants and enrich our demands and instruments. During the second part of the workshop we will a ask the participants to develop a proposal for budget monitoring in their own country/city/neighborhood.

Moderators
avatar for Ruud Fiere

Ruud Fiere

Moderator, Center for Budget Monitoring
Budget monitoring is a tool allowing citizens, communities and other organizations to gain insight into the process of budgeting and the allocation of resources.Budget monitoring is about bridging the gap between the world of government (policy making) and the world of citizens (daily... Read More →
avatar for Martijn Kool

Martijn Kool

Director, Centrum voor Budgetmonitoring en Burgerparticipatie
Budget Monitoring is a method that facilitates citizens to screen, assess, and actively participate in the decisions on public policy-making and government expenditure. It offers citizens the power, knowledge, and self-belief to take action for the right to live in better environments... Read More →

Thursday October 29, 2015 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Palacio de Minería Calle de Tacuba 5, Centro, Mexico CIty

4:00pm

The Inverted Pyramid: Strengthening Municipal Organization's Role in Open Government at the Local Level
In this session, IRI will present its work with municipalities on open government initiatives. The organization will showcase its multisector roundtable methodology as an example of how to promote open government and increased citizen-government communication at the local level. Municipal representatives will highlight their open government initiatives and challenges they have faced in implementation. Civil society and private sector representatives will share their experiences related to open government. Concluding discussion will focus on how participants can implement the ideas discussed in their municipalities.

Moderators
PG

Patricio Gajardo

Resident Director - Mexico, International Republican Institute (IRI)

Speakers

Thursday October 29, 2015 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Palacio de Minería Calle de Tacuba 5, Centro, Mexico CIty