A CBRIN conversation session
convened by Cofluence
Are you innovating inside the public sector? (Or want to?)
Are you thinking of leaving the public service to innovate as an independent?
Are you someone with ideas who wants to understand how to move forward?
Innovation in a public service marketplace
This special session with two specialist innovators will explore what it means to innovate in a city designed for public purpose.
Public service delivery is changing globally – innovative ways of working are being successfully explored – but what does this mean practically?
This facilitated conversation with two international practitioner experts who have “been there, done that” will give you the opportunity to explore and question what this means in reality... the opportunities and challenges, the potential and the pitfalls.
Innovation perspectives from the US and the UK
This session will be a facilitated conversation with these two highly experienced public service innovators and entrepreneurs. Participants will have an opportunity to hear stories and ask questions.
What are the 'new ways of working'?
We need to better understand how...
Join us at the new CBRIN space with our international guests as we explore a wide range of themes:
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About the guest panel
Dominic Campbell, CEO FutureGov
Dominic Campbell is a digital government specialist and social innovator with a background in government policy, communications and technology-led change. He is an experienced organisational change agent with senior management experience in implementing successful change initiatives within the local government sector, with a primary interest in emerging uses of new media and "social" strategies to deliver public service transformation and social innovation.
Having spent five years in Local Government in London, Dominic established FutureGov in early 2008. Now a team of 35 following recent impact investment from the NESTA fund, FutureGov supports government in the UK, Europe' the United States and Australia to better understand new media and draw on social technology-based strategies and tools in the areas of business improvement and improved citizen engagement.
Dominic is also co-founder of several social web start-ups, each of which now has a footprint in Australia:
Mark Headd, Technical Evangelist Accela
Mark Headd is a writer, speaker, teacher and thought leader on civic technology and open government.
In April of 2014, Mark joined Accela as Technical Evangelist to build a developer community around the Accela Civic Platform – bringing value to the company’s customers, partners and clients. Prior to this role, in August, 2012, Mayor Michael Nutter selected Mark to become the City of Philadelphia’s first Chief Data Officer, to lead the city’s open data and government transparency initiatives.
Previously, Mark worked as Director of Government Relations at Code for America, culminating a period of almost 2 years of collaboration with the organization on open government and civic hacking projects across the country and in Philadelphia.
Mark has worked for technology companies from the Delaware Valley to Silicon Valley. He previously served in government, working for three years as the chief policy and budget advisor for the State of Delaware’s Department of Technology and Information. He has also served as Director of the Delaware Government Information Center, as Technology Adviser to former Delaware Governor Thomas R. Carper, and in the New York State Senate as a budget and finance analyst.
Mark has built open government software applications for the District of Columbia, the Sunlight Foundation, the New York State Senate, and the cities of New York, San Francisco, Toronto, Baltimore and Philadelphia.
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