Connected Cities

January 8th, 2015 by Rosemary
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As we have a with “Crowdsourcing” novel idea factory for the public sector can generate? And the research and development role, if citizens and businesses take over the tasks of research and development for the Administration? How to administrative staff with their knowledge and their experiences in such open think-tank involved and mobilized? How should the public administration with these ideas constructively to and provide for a rapid transfer of knowledge?” Eagerly, the lecture is expected participation by Hella Dunger Lai, Secretary of State in the Senate Department for urban development Berlin, in the subject area. Their versions are available under the heading “Berlin capital of participation”. In the run-up to the imminent election should also the lectures of Pavel Mayer, Managing Director of ART + COM President of the Office for statistics of Berlin-Brandenburg, high attention pull technologies GmbH, and Prof. Dr. Ulrike Heckmann. In his abstract presented at the event, Mayer the provocative question “whether a disorderly sectoral change in policy and management by means of new Internet-based technologies and concepts still avoid can be?” Furthermore Mayer introduces technology-based approaches to greater participation in political and administrative processes and provides insight into the risks and opportunities associated. In the presentation “IT support for elections: visions and feasible” by Prof. Rahman the Organization and the process of elections against the background of the possibilities are illuminated, to support individual process steps through IT.

Possible fields of action are identified from the various expectations of the voters, who are involved in the Organization of elections, as well as politicians. Also the topic of voting machines, as well as its national and international use are the focus of Prof. Rock’s lecture. Matching introduces Armin Berger, Managing Director of 3-point concepts GmbH, the choice-O-mat. With our choice-O-Matic, the Federal Centre for political education/bpb especially want political participation promote young – and voters and animating it, choose to go. This online tool presents theses from different policy areas. Mouse click, the user also can vote. The connection to determine which party is own political positions on the next.

On behalf of the Bundeszentrale fur politische Bildung, Berger with his team developed ergonomics and dramaturgy of the popular choice tools and took over the creative development and programming of the surfaces. Problems make solutions and trends in the fields of economic forums, the programs of the forums will be developed with experts from companies, ministries, research institutions, semi-public and private institutions in the form of Advisory Board meetings. Collaborated in the substantive preparation of the E-Government Forum: Cornelius Everding, Chief process innovation officer (CPIO), Ministry of the Interior of the State of Brandenburg. RA Martin Falenski, General Counsel initiative D21 e. V.; Konrad Kandziora, Board IT Service Center Berlin; Jutta Lautenschlager, CEO MICUS management consulting GmbH and member of the Board of Amt24; Karl-Heinz Loper, head of the IT competence centre Senate Department for Home Affairs and sports of Berlin; Prof. Dr. Jorn by Lucke, head of “Deutsche Telekom Institute for Connected Cities”; Tatami Michalek, Managing Director secrypt GmbH; Andreas Muchow, Managing Director of AM-SoFT systems; Prof. Dr. Tino Schuppan, Managing Director IfG.CC – the Potsdam e-Government competence center. The full program is online under: e-government.html more information about the participation and the event of Xinnovations 2009 under: press contact: Xinnovations e. V. Rainer Thiem Kleist street 23-26 10787 Berlin Tel.: 030 21001 470 fax: 030 21001 555 email:

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