Springboro Open Government

Bringing Open Government to Springboro, OH.

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Springboro Open Government by Mind Map: Springboro Open Government

1. Springboro

1.1. Government

1.1.1. City Contacts

1.1.2. Tax Payments

1.1.3. Utility Payments

1.1.4. Emergency Alert System

1.1.5. Tax Preparation Tool

1.1.6. Warren County Ohio

1.2. Laws

1.2.1. Codified Ordinances of Springboro, Ohio

1.3. Education

1.3.1. Springboro Schools EZpay

1.3.2. Springboro Schools ProgressBook

1.4. Health

1.4.1. Warren County Health Rankings

1.5. Community

1.5.1. Neighbors for Springboro Schools

1.6. Business

1.6.1. Chamber of Commerce

1.7. Media

1.7.1. Dayton Daily News

1.7.2. The Springboro Voice

1.7.3. Outside.in

1.8. Facts

1.8.1. Freebase

2. Facebook

2.1. Names

2.1.1. Open Up, Springboro!

2.1.2. Springboro Open

2.1.3. Connect Springboro

2.2. Goals

2.2.1. Define Open Government

2.2.2. Promote Open Government

2.3. Description

3. Open Government

3.1. Definition

3.1.1. White House Open Government Initiative The President’s Memorandum on Transparency and Open Government The Open Government Directive

3.2. Instructions

3.2.1. How a single citizen can make their town more open Evaluate the information that is publicly available. Speak with the town manager about the need for more transparency. Define how to measure if the project is successful. Increase voter turnout over the course of the next two years. Increase participation in town meetings. Increase participation in town meetings. Create the platform for sharing information. Make freedom of information requests for contracts and salary information. Release documents one document a day. Marketing the information through the town’s Facebook pages

3.2.2. Big Blue guide to implementing open government An Open Government Implementation Model: Moving to Increased Public Engagement Increase data transparency. Improving open participation. Enhancing open collaboration. Realizing ubiquitous engagement. A Conversation on "An Open Government Implementation Model: Moving to Increased Public Engagement"

3.2.3. Teaching design for change Design through action. Design with, not for. Design systems, not stuff. Document, share, and measure. Start locally, and scale globally. Build.

3.2.4. 10 Steps To Open Government

3.2.5. Informing Communities: Sustaining Democracy in the Digital Age

3.2.6. Community Information Ecosystem

3.3. Applications

3.3.1. CitizenSocial