OGI in ICEGOV 2017 — New Delhi, India
During 7th to 9th of March 2017, New Delhi (India) hosted the International Conference on Theory and Practice of Electronic Governance (ICEGOV) www.icegov.org.
Prof Marijn Janssen introduced to Indian audience the OpenGovIntelligence during the session "User-centric Services and Citizen-driven Innovation: the Role of Co-creation and Co-decision in Administrative Modernisation and Public Sector Innovation" http://www.icegov.org/keynote_plenary/plenary-discussion-1/. This panel had the presence of the Portuguese Ministry Maria Manuel Leitão Marques and the Indian chairman for Unique Identification Authority, J. Satyanarayana.
Further, Ricardo Matheus presented the paper "How to become a Smart City? Balancing Ambidexterity in Smart Cities" http://www.icegov.org/accepted-papers/2017-full-561/. This paper has part of the evaluation methodology that will be conducted on the six pilots of OGI Project.
Questions from the audience emerged some critical points such as how much funds and time to implement projects using OGI toolkit and what are the concrete impacts already achieved.