Public Meeting Notices and Agendas Project Meeting
Tuesday, November 9, 2010 from 3:00 PM to 4:30 PM (EST)
Project on Creating Best Practices and Open Standards for Publishing Public Meeting Notices and Agendas Online.
PARTICIPATION INSTRUCTIONS HAVE BEEN ADDED TO THE BOTTOM OF THIS PAGE.
- Stephen Clift
- Daniel Bennett
- Dazza Greenwood
On behalf of Steven Clift of e-democracy.org
and the eCitizen Foundation, we are pleased to invite you to a special
preview and discussion on ground breaking work our organizations are
pursuing together: moving the public meeting notice and agenda process
truly online. As a thought leader in the area of technology and the
public sector, your views are important.
On November 9th, 2010 at 3pm Eastern Time we’ll be convening a conference call to go over the work, seek feedback and where appropriate, invite a few parties to participate in a proof of concept pilot to apply this approach in their contexts and jurisdictions.
More information about this meeting, and how to participate, is available at: http://publicmeetingsnov2010.eventbrite.com/
The format for the meeting will be:
1. Welcome and Introductions (Dazza Greenwood)
2. Overview of the Goals for the Project (Steven Clift)
3. Walk-Through of the Proposed Approach (Daniel Bennett)
4. Facilitated Discussion and Call for Participation (Dazza Greenwood)
5. Next Steps on the WikiBook and Final Proposal (Daniel Bennett)
We hope you can join us for the conference call and participate in this exciting and important work.
You are registered for the eCitizen Foundation and e-democracy.org call on best practices for public meetings notices and agendas online. This will be an online meeting, using the following tools:
Conference Call Number: Toll Number: PIN: 1643434
The audio will be telephone-only for this online meeting. Please call in.
Full instructions on how we will integrate social media and other methods of participation will be available on the project page before the meeting, at: http://www.ecitizenfoundation.org/open-public-meetings.html
Date/Time: Tuesday, November 09, 2010 from 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM (ET)
More Project Information: Public Meeting Notices and Agendas Project Meeting
Thank you for registering for this meeting and we look forward to working with you.
- Daniel "Dazza" Greenwood, Executive Director, eCitizen Foundation
- Daniel Bennett, CTO, eCitizen Foundation
Collaboratively led by Dazza Greenwood, a technology lawyer and educator, Daniel Bennett, a technologist and former Congressional staffer, Ray Campbell, head of Mass Health Data Consortium and represented by Scott David of K&L Gates law firm, the eCitizen Foundation exists to educate and to convene stakeholders across society to discuss and establish the Open Public Integrated Architectures that explicitly address the legal, technical and business layers of tomorrow's online systems, organizations and life. Organized by workgroup, committees and projects, initiative areas include use of XML for next generation legislative and legal documents, online identity for individuals and organizations, electronic contracts and dispute resolution, mass-scale dialog and participation in decision making, and use of architecture with data-driven models and simulations to define and execute integrated requirements for run-time virtual work.