Pendant que l'on se demande à qui a profité le Front National pendant ces élections ou que l'on réalise à quel point les français sont égoïstes en pensant social localement et profit nationalement, le premier ministre anglais, Gordon Brown, vient de donner un discours qui a d'autres ambitions :
Mygov will constitute a radical new model for how public services will be delivered and for how citizens engage with government - making interaction with government as easy as internet banking or online shopping. This open, personalised platform will allow us to deliver universal services that are also tailored to the needs of each individual; to move from top-down, monolithic websites broadcasting public service information in the hope that the people who need help will find it - to government on demand.
And rather than civil servants being the sole authors and editors, we will unleash data and content to the community to turn into applications that meet genuine needs. This does not require large-scale government IT Infrastructure; the ‘open source’ technology that will make it happen is freely available. All that is required is the will and willingness of the centre to give up control.
This bold new approach will transform the way services are delivered but, more importantly, it will be the vehicle through which citizens will come to control the services that are so important to their lives and communities. With Mygov, citizens will be in control - choosing the content relevant to them and determining their level of engagement. And their feedback will in turn help us to improve services.
C'est sûr que là c'est pas du niveau du Serious Gaming ou de Proxima Mobile. Quand est-ce qu'on aura une vision (numérique) à moyen terme en France ?