Collaborative Expedition Workshops    (3PJD)

Workshop Background    (3VIF)

General Workshop Questions    (3VUI)

Upcoming Workshops    (426U)

2010    (4298)

January 27    (4299)
Exploring Open Innovation: Opening Up Dialogue Across Service and Science Communities    (429A)

Past Workshops    (3VI4)

2009    (41T7)

February 9    (41ED)
Leveraging Service-Oriented Architecture: Advancing Cyberinfastructure Capabilities For High-Performance Distributed Communities    (417C)
March 20    (41T1)
Open Dialogue to Share Perspectives and Questions on Data Enclaves, Ontology-based Standards, and Cyberinfrastructure Software Sustainability    (41TQ)

2008    (41T8)

January 29    (3U66)
Transcending Socio-Cultural Boundaries in Virtual Work Settings: Creative Collaboration Efforts At the Intersection of Law and Public Policy    (3U1O)
February 19    (3V2R)
The Power of Story and Standards in National Preparedness    (3V2N)
March 18    (3WA1)
Toward Best Practices in Evaluation of Emerging Technology and Technology Development Programs    (3U68)
April 30    (3XOG)
Exploring Identity Management: Global Landscape and Implications for Stakeholder Engagement Around the National Response Framework, in conjunction with Interoperability Week @ NIST, April 28-30, 2008    (3VO6)
May 20    (3XY7)
Potentials and Realities of Certification in Light of Open Technology Development    (3XY8)
June 10    (3XY9)
Toward Intelligent, Scalable Data Management: Overcoming Bottlenecks to Full Data Path Processing    (3XY6)
August 19    (3YHC)
The Role of Cyberinfrastructure In Scientific Knowledge: Emergence, Validation, and Peer Review    (3YHD)
September 16    (403I)
Leadership For Networking And Information Technology Education    (3Z3V)
October 7    (403J)
Exploring Virtual Organization Landscape: Cyberinfrastructure Readiness For Emergency Response    (3YI0)
November 3    (40L0)
Potentials and Realities of Open Collaboration and Open Standards: "Going Green" Regionally, Virtually, and Beyond    (40L1)
December 17    (40VQ)
Science of Science Policy    (40VR)

2007    (3PJF)

January 23    (3P4K)
Opening Up Networked Improvement Activities Around Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) in 2007    (3CT7)
February 27    (3P4J)
Potentials and Realities of Identity Management Landscape for Convergence and SOA    (3CT8)
March 22    (3P4I)
Reflections on Social Networking, Knowledge-Sharing and Organizational Change    (3CT9)
April 17    (3P4H)
Achieving Value and Improving Performance across the Federal Enterprise    (3EM2)
May 1-2    (3P4G)
SOA and Grid in conjunction with 3rd SOA for E-Government Conference    (3E9U)
June 20    (3P4F)
Advancing Virtual Organizing: Potentials and Realities from Scientific Grid to Citizen-Service Communities    (3JWI)
July 17-18    (3P4E)
Building the Way Forward Together: Towards Stable Meaning and Records Preservation in Information-Sharing    (3MI3)
Aug. 14    (3P4D)
Mapping and Navigating the Waterways of Public Information: Connecting People to Science and Scholarly Knowledge    (3MW9)
Sept. 18    (3P4C)
Organizing Collaborative Expedition Workshops in 2007-08: Envisioning Possibilities and Opening Up Dialogue Across Communities    (3NLO)
October 23    (3P0L)
None of Us is As Smart as All of Us: Facilitating Collaboration in the Virtual and Built Environments    (3O43)
November 13    (3QLD)
Modeling and Simulation Walking Through Virtual Environments Together to Advance Shared Purpose    (3QOL)
December 11    (3TJ2)
Scientific Organizing, Knowledge Diffusion and Innovation: Tapping the Best Wisdom of the Past and Present to Inform our Shared Future'''    (3QOM)

2006    (3P4L)

Jan. 24    (3P4W)
Credible Commitments Across Networked Improvement Communities: Bootstrapping Service Oriented Architecture and Semantic Interoperability Toward Transformative Practice    (3PH7)
Feb. 21    (3P4U)
Networking Geospatial and DRM Communities: Piloting Profiles, Metadata Harmonization, and Semantic Interoperability    (3PGU)
March 14    (3P4T)
Collaborative Expedition Workshop on Leveraging Open Standards and Open Collaboration: Pioneering Agile Mechanisms Across Open Intergovernmental Communities will take place at National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), Gaithersburg, MD, in conjunction with NIST Interoperability Week-Meetings.    (31EU)
April 18    (3P4S)
Open Collaboration: Networking Health Information Technology    (3PGT)
May 23-24    (3P4R)
Service Oriented Architecture for E-government Conference    (3P61)
June 20-22    (3P4Q)
Open Collaboration: Networking Geospatial Information Technology    (31JN)
July 18    (3P4P)
Open Collaboration: Networking Wiki Information Technology    (3P60)
Aug. 15    (3P4O)
Open Collaboration: Networking Semantic Interoperability    (3P5Z)
Sept. 19    (3P4N)
Open Collaboration: Networking Financial Management Communities    (3721)
Oct. 10-11    (3P5W)
Fifth Semantic Interoperability for E-Government Conference    (3P5Y)
Oct. 24    (3P5V)
Open Collaboration: Revisiting Rules, Roles, and Relationships for High Performance    (385T)
Oct. 30-31    (3P62)
Second Service Oriented Architecture for E-government Conference    (3P5X)
Dec. 12    (3P4M)
Towards A Transparent Acquisiton Marketplace for Increased Mission Agility with Open Technology Development    (3B7V)

2005    (3P50)

Feb. 22    (3P5F)
Semantic Conflict Mapping and Enablement: Making Commitments Together    (90T)
March 15    (3P5D)
Toward a National Unified Geospatial Enterprise Architecture: Seeing the Way Forward Together    (2L56)
May 17    (3P5B)
Building Discernment Across Communities: Seeing Through Complexity Together    (2PVE)
June 28    (3P59)
Open Standards For Government Information Sharing: Timing The Transformations Needed for Sustained Progress by Combining the Expertise of Multiple Communities    (2RG5)
July 19    (3P57)
Designing The DRM for Data Visibility: Building Sustainable Stewardship Practices Together - Part 1    (3PHB)
Aug. 16    (3P55)
Designing The DRM for Data Accessibility: Building Sustainable Stewardship Practices Together - Part 2    (3PHA)
Sept. 23    (3P53)
Pioneering Governance for Collaboration: Toward High Performance Mission Delivery in a Networked World    (3PH9)
Nov. 8    (3P51)
Advancing Information Sharing, Access, Discovery and Assimilation of Diverse Digital Collections Governed by Heterogeneous Sensitivities    (2ZNO)
Dec. 6    (3P4Y)
Advancing Toward Credible Agreements Around Information Sharing Environments, Governance, Data, and Data Architecture    (3PH8)

2004    (3PHH)

April 28    (3P5T)
Exploring the Potential and Realitis of Multiple Taxonomies: How Can Citizens, Business, and Public Servants Traverse the Repositories and Workings of Government    (3PHD)
May 11    (3P5R)
Emerging Technology Innovations in Software Components Developmennt, Re-use, and Management - Applications to Government Enterprise Architecture    (3PHC)
June 23    (3P5P)
Organizing Around Networked Communities of Practice to Improve the Dialogue Between Government and Citizens to Deliver Citizen-Centric Services    (Q2)
Aug. 17    (3P5N)
Harvesting Best Practices Using Communities of Practice: Enterprise Architecture    (1PA)
Sept. 14    (3P5L)
Design Workshop to Frame National Dialogue On Intelligent Information Use in Manufacturing and Implications for e-Government    (1W7)
Oct. 19    (3P5J)
Evolving a Multi-stakeholder Best Practice Process for Implementing and FEA DRM XML Profile and Open Standards Web Applications: Introduction to Semantic Technology Tools and Applications    (73C)
Dec. 9    (3P5H)
Toward Coherence In Knowledge Through All Things Ontological: Making Sense Together    (6N9)

Past Special Talk    (2Y99)

Index to PastExpeditionWorkshops - 2001-2004    (342M)

Collaborative Expedition Workshop Series Background    (2P1M)

The Collaborative Expedition workshops serve individuals, practitioners, and policy-makers from all sectors: government, business, and non-government organizations to practice an emerging societal form that advances realization of the citizen-centric government goal of the President’s Management Agenda. Each workshop organizes participation around a common purpose, larger than any institution, including government. By learning how to appreciate multiple perspectives around the potentials and realities of this larger “purpose”, subsequent actions of individuals representing many forms of expertise, can be expressed more effectively in their respective settings.    (2P1P)

Workshop sponsors, including, GSA USA Intergovernmental Solutions Division, the Architecture and Infrastructure Committee of the Federal CIO Council and National Coordination Office of the Interagency Committee on IT R&D (Social, Economic and Workforce Implications of IT and IT Workforce Development (SEW) Coordinating Group) value this “frontier outpost” to open up quality conversations, augmented by information technology, that leverage the collaborative capacity of united and diverse Americans seeking to discover, frame, and act on national potentials.    (2P1N)

A key finding of the past year, is the need to apply emerging technologies (web services, grid computing, and semantic web) to tune up the innovation pipeline with better linkages among business incubators (state economic development programs), innovation diffusion networks (SBIR, angel investors, etc.) and business intelligence centers with quality information about e-government and e-commerce gaps. Many of the agile business components surfacing in the small business innovation world are not easily discovered by e-government managers, resulting in lost or delayed opportunities for both parties.    (2P1O)

Questions for Workshops in 2009 - 2010    (3VTE)

People    (3VTF)

Process    (3VTT)

Technology    (3VUF)