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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Digital Cities: Promoting growth,Public service productivity & Entrepreneurship Challenges Challenges 1. Aging Populations by the total number of adults over 60 will have 2050 Doubled 2. Digital Natives demanding more 50% Europe already accounts for of the world's social security expenditure Goals! Goals! By promoting the 5 above goals, cities can overcome the challenges of aging populations and a confidence crisis from their demanding citizens Digital Pioneers Digital Pioneers cities have been able to attain these goals and are setting the trend for others to follow. 5 exemplar cases show us how simple it is to innovate Digital 1. Digital cities are always connected to their natives 3. Digital cities - making the invisible, visible 4. Digital Cities unlock the power of their digital assets 5. Digital cities look forwards, not back Digital Cities need to think big, start small and scale (+fail) fast Digital Cities need to think big, start small and scale (+fail) fast Trust & Accountability - Building Data awareness has allowed administrators to prioritize the issues where citizens are in the most dire need from Big Data -5 times the previous return on looking for illegal tenants and a 62% increase in success of detecting buildings too dangerous to inhabit Intelligence & Insight Performance Culture - ManagementOver 4000 performance indicators are use in conjunction with 50 sources of data to enable detailed cross-agency analysis Creation & Design Co- Co- Design of services - Citizen-Centric Inclusion & Empowerment - Highly Productive Operations & Workforce - London identified million that could be saved by managing underground assets better for investment & Catalysts Growth Smart ecosystems with other actors Motivated Digital Public Workers - in Public Mission effectiveness Services - Singapore aims to be the world's first digital nation. Its' IDA organisation has already funded 10 different Social Innovation projects New economies from the A Strategic Approach - Washington D.C's 'Grade DC' Project relies on sentiment analysisto comb data from a myriad of social networkingwebsites in order to grade all of its 15 agencies A team of 70 sit behind the project, which usesthe data to provide live feedback to departmentswho have then changed their practices The new system allows the mayor to receive feedback directly from constituents and make specific changes. It also highlights good performance 2. Digital cities get a bigger bang for their investments £5.6 Through the 'Digital and Organisational' programme, the city identified opportunities for hours of additional paid employment per year 2.2 million the analysis team assessed over 75 different private projects & worked with the best to benefitEast London Internet of Things - The IDA has connected over 8000 poor households to the internet and more than 95% of homes with students now haveaccess public employees are motivated through the accredited courses launched by the IDAwhich will give them new digital skills to budgeting - Barcelona has launched a new approach to budgeting. Whereby funds are allocated based on a value-judgement. needless restrictions based on annual book-balancing No more Constant will A to Learn - risk-taking A and entrepreneurial culture - The creation of the 22@ district, after a large public investment has increased the workforce by and raised global turnover up to 8900 million euros per year 62.5% This year, Barcelona won the 'iCapital' Award as aresult of its open data and sustainable initiatives. The extra investment will now be a platform for further innovation An Accenture Citizens Surveyfound that on average, less than 25% of citizens from European nations have confidence that their governments can deliver At the same time, of citizens believe governments should match or exceed commercial service levels 90% Citizen confidence in government delivery of services Strong confidence in government Weak confidence in government
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