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2017 European Interoperability Framework (EIF V3): aligning Open Data and much more 25/03/2017

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The new 2017 version of the European Interoperability Framework (EIF V3) has been published this week, including very interesting recommendations. The EIF has become an important reference in the field of interoperability and -as this third version shows- there is a true evidence of a very mature interoperability view. The first version of the EIF several years ago had a very limited interoperability view mostly focused on a technological view.

The evolution of the framework has been impressive. Based on the most advanced interoperability concept, aligned with current academic knowledge in this field, interoperability is not anymore “ability of systems”, but it is seen as a true “ability of organizations”, defining interoperability as “ability of organisations to interact towards mutually beneficial goals, involving the sharing of information and knowledge between these organisations, through the business processes they support, by means of the exchange of data between their ICT systems”.

This is the core concept, basis of an interoperability multi-dimensional view. Most of the important problems related to interoperability are not related to semantic or technical dimensions but are related to organizational dimension as well as interoperability governance. This is the definition that fits the most advanced view of interoperability. This concept that it was adopted more than seven years ago, now it has been powerfully developed.

It has been created not only a mature interoperability framework, but also a true public sector modernization policy, driven and engine by interoperability as a Principle. The European interoperability view has evolved to a true public policy, a true ecosystem thas includes an interoperability strategy, an interoperability framework, an interoperability architecture reference as well as interoperability guidelines in order to implement the modernization of the public sector based on the interoperability. It is interesting to say that -among other- the EIF V3 is also aligning key open government elements, including important recommendations related to fields such as open data or open source software. ISA2 is doing a great job. Very good news.

Carlos E. Jimenez-Gomez

Actualizado: Programa del Congreso Internacional sobre Justicia Abierta 2016 05/11/2016

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Se retransmitirá íntegramente por streaming -del 29 de noviembre,  hasta el 1 de diciembre de 2016- el primer congreso internacional íntegramente dedicado a la Justicia Abierta (Open Judiciary), que podríamos definir como la aplicación de la filosofía y principios del Gobierno Abierto, en el contexto de la justicia y el Poder Judicial.

El congreso, que tiene lugar en San José, Costa Rica, ha sido impulsado y organizado por el Poder Judicial de Costa Rica, país que institucionalmente puede considerarse uno de los pioneros a nivel formal y explícito en dicho ámbito, que ya en 2013 abogó ante la Cumbre de la Alianza para el Gobierno Abierto por desarrollar una “Política de Gobierno Abierto para el Poder Judicial” (“Develop a Judiciary´s Open Government Policy”).

Ayer presenté el libro sobre Justicia Abierta que se acaba de publicar “Logrando una Justicia Abierta a través de la Participación Ciudadana y la Transparencia“. Hoy a las 8 de la mañana (hora de Costa Rica) -15 horas (hora peninsular en España)- impartiré mi conferencia “Justicia Abierta: Claves y Retos”, y podrá ser seguida en streaming en este link.

Aquí dejo el programa íntegro del congreso.

La entrada al congreso es gratuita, aunque las plazas son limitadas. La inscripción a este congreso pude realizarse en este link.

Un saludo

Advancing towards the “Smart Government” in the United States 21/10/2016

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Today, I have been reading the report of the US Government Accountability Office (GAO-17-14). The focus is about how the US Federal Government is using Open Innovation strategies. Practices to engage citizens and effectively implement Federal initiatives. It is really very interesting, and very good news that I wanted to share in this post.

Some administrations are advancing more and more towards the Smart Government, (más…)

Towards Open Judiciary: “Achieving Open Justice through Citizen Participation and Transparency” 29/09/2016

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9781522507178Open government initiatives have become a defining goal for public administrators around the world. However, progress is still necessary outside of the executive and legislative sectors. There is a need to know what openness in justice is, to explore its implementation, and to understand what it can do to improve government, society and democracy.

Despite previous developments regarding openness in the judiciary, the lack of specific literature on this topic (open government principles applied within the judiciary), combining vision and voice and therefore adopting the philosophy of open government, shows that this is still an unexplored field. What’s more, although numerous initiatives aimed at openness have been undertaken, generally speaking, judicial institutions have followed different directions and interpretations when it has come to implement them. As a result, nowadays, it can be said that the development of open judiciary is unequal and heterogeneous. There is confusion about the concept itself (open judiciary versus open justice), about its implementation process, and about its real impact.

In this context It has been published the book Achieving Open Justice through Citizen Participation and Transparency

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Open Data Licenses & Legal Interoperability 27/04/2016

Posted by El Blog de Estratic in e-Government, Interoperabilidad, Interoperability, Legal, Legislación, Open Data, Open Government.
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Interesante trabajo de Federico Morando publicado en JLIS.it. Vol.4, n.1, 2013, sobre el grado de interoperabilidad legal para diferentes licencias en la apertura de datos.

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Entrevista para el informe IRM-OGP sobre transparencia y apertura del Poder Judicial en España 09/02/2016

Posted by El Blog de Estratic in AGA, Alianza para el Gobierno Abierto, e-Government, España, Estado Abierto, Evaluacion, Gobierno Abierto, Justicia Abierta, Poder Judicial, Transparencia.
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Captura de pantalla 2016-02-09 a las 20.43.39Entre las entrevistas a expertos realizadas por el investigador MRI de la Alianza para el Gobierno Abierto D. César Nicandro Cruz-Rubio (GIGAPP), con el objeto de elaborar el informe oficial 2014-2015 sobre el avance en la implementación del plan de acción y compromisos de España ante la Alianza para el Gobierno Abierto, está la entrevista que se me hizo a finales de 2015 sobre transparencia y apertura en el contexto del Poder Judicial en España. A continuación dejo el audio de la entrevista, agradeciendo desde aquí a César Cruz tanto el material facilitado, como la consideración de haberme tenido como informante. El avance del informe 2014-2015 del Mecanismo de Revisión Independiente sobre España está disponible aquí, y hasta el día 23 de febrero de 2016 se pueden remitir comentarios al mismo.

IFIP 2016 #SmartGov Track: Call for Papers 10/12/2015

Posted by El Blog de Estratic in Congresos, e-Government, Smart Cities, Smart Government.
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Smart Governance, Smart Government, Smart Cities and Smart Regions (Smart GOV) Track 

15th IFIP International Conference on eGovernment (IFIP EGOV 2016) & 8th IFIP International Conference on eParticipation (IFIP ePart 2016). September 5-7, 2016. Guimarães, Portugal http://www.egov-conference.org / http://www.epart-conference.org

OVERVIEW

The annual international IFIP EGOV conference is the top-2 ranked core conference in the domain of ICT in the public sector and the public sphere. As part of this conference, the Smart Governance, Smart Government, Smart Cities & Smart Regions Track focuses on the orchestrated interplay and balance of smart governance practices, smart public administration, smart resources and talent leverage in urban and regional spaces facilitated by novel uses of ICT and other technologies.

Areas of focus and interest include, but are not limited, to the following topics: (más…)

Resumen panel Stanford CGC sobre Justicia Abierta en la Cumbre AGA 18/11/2015

Posted by El Blog de Estratic in Acceso a la Justicia, e-Government, e-Justicia, Justicia Abierta, Legal, OGP Summit, Open Judiciary.
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A continuación dejo el documento resumen del panel promovido por la Universidad de Stanford, CGC (Stanford Law School), en el cual participé como ponente y moderador, y que se celebró en el marco de la Cumbre de la Alianza Para el Gobierno Abierto 2015, en Ciudad de México. A continuación -en la imagen (ampliable)- el texto relativo a mi ponencia “Understanding Open Judiciary”, que puede encontrarse en éste documento íntegro del panel, incluyendo citación recomendada [en inglés].

Stanford Carlos Jimenez

Un saludo,

Carlos

La posibilidad de mejora cualitativa de Smart Cities a través de la Justicia Abierta 17/11/2015

Posted by El Blog de Estratic in Colaboración, e-Government, Innovación, Justicia Abierta, Open Judiciary, Smart Cities, Smart Government.
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NY Midtown Community Court

  • Sobre las ciudades y territorios inteligentes

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Participa en enquesta per establir les bases dels plans d’acció en Justícia Oberta (Open Judiciary) 28/10/2015

Posted by El Blog de Estratic in e-Government, justícia oberta, OGP Summit, Open Judiciary.
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Participa amb la teva resposta a una molt breu enquesta de Justícia Oberta (Open Judiciary).

Enquesta accessible online des del lloc de Stanford Law School, CGC, aquí. Disponible en xinés, castellà i anglès. Oberta solament fins el 15 de novembre de 2015.

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