If there was ever an opportunity to freely share software, it is among local governments. Come learn explore the opportunity to contribute to an ecosystem around open source civic software and the chance to code the next chapter of American history.
The reality of cyber attacks seems to be at odds with government efforts to promote more openness and transparency, but the fact remains that federal agencies ranging from the NSA to DISA still must take proactive steps to ensure that authorized users have access to authorized information at the authorized time.
In this session members of the Emerging Technologies group for the City and County of San Francisco will discuss open government and open source initiatives enacted in 2009/2010.
Citizen involvement via online interactions requires trust: trust by citizens that their identity data is protected by government websites, and trust by government websites that private data is accessed only by the citizen. This talk describes the Open Identity Framework created to meet government certification requirements while meeting the privacy requirements of citizens and private industry.
This talk will provide insight into the growing momentum in the use of open source of Health Care information technology (HIT) in the US and abroad with particular focus on the US Federal Government’s influence as a consumer and creator of HIT. Includes an overview of the breadth of existing oss HIT applications, implications for individual health info, and opportunities to get involved.
The role of cloud computing in government IT - an introduction to the large G-Cloud and App Store project under way in the UK; what the UK public sector hopes to gain from a cloud approach, an overview of the proposed technical architecture, and how to deliver the benefits of cloud while still meeting government's stringent security requirements.