The seminar will be held on Saturday 30 September at 9:30 at the Asti Studi Superiori university campus, piazzale De André – Asti "Use of public data for civic monitoring of public administrations" organized by associations wave And States General of Innovation in collaboration with Uni-AstiSS. The purpose of the event, open to all, is to provide information and tools suitable for promoting the Open Government process through the monitoring of the activities of the Public Administrations and to allow effective collaboration between the citizen and the Administration.
By civic monitoring we mean the systematic activities of control, verification, collection of ideas and proposals that civic communities or single individuals carry out towards the Public Administrations. A precondition for civic monitoring is the availability of public data and open information (OpenData) that the Administrations make available so that citizens, companies and associations, through their reuse, are able to create new services.
The proposed interventions include a theoretical part relating to the reference legislation (Transparency and Civic Access) and a practical part of online consultation and monitoring of some administrative sites; At the end of the day, some projects will be presented which, through the reuse of data, have made it possible to create new public utility services.
FRANCESCO SCALFARI – UNI AstiSS Polo Director
Opening session and introduction
SERGIO FARRUGGIA – States General of Innovation
What models of innovation for the internal areas of the country
MARCO BUSSONE – UNCEM Piedmont
Normative references - Compulsory publications - Foia
DAVID GAMBA – States General of Innovation
Transparent Administration – Siope – Praetorian Register – Public Procurement
JOSEPH RAGUSA – Wave
Examples of data reuse in Langhe, Roero and Monferrato - Questions/Answers
BERTALAN IVAN – #Let's get there
The open data seminar will be an opportunity to illustrate the results achieved during the past edition of theOpenGeoData School. This training course is dedicated to the construction of experiential maps and is entirely based on the use of open source tools and territorial open data.