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“Thinking 21
st

Century”


presented to


2010 Legislative Policy Conference

State of Minnesota

P.K. Agarwal

Chief Technology Officer

State of California

18
th

Century

Marrying of The Waters

19
th

Century

Transcontinental Railroad

May 10, 1869

20
th

Century

Conquering the Last Mile

Good Roads Movement


World Wide
Catalog!

“You may go to an
average store, spend
valuable time and select
from a limited stock or
have our BIG STORE of
W
ORLD
W
IDE STOCK
come to you at
ECONOMY PRICES in
this catalogue


THE
MODERN WAY!”

21
th

Century

The Vision of
the Future

Network Everything

Secure Robust
Infrastructure


Everything

Smart Everything
Connected

Everything Digital


Everything is Going Digital


Computers (ENIAC)


1946


Letters (e
-
mail)


1960s


Slide rules (calculators)


1972


Watches


1973


Pinball (video games)


1975


Telephone backbone


1980


Music (CDs)


1982


Maps (GSM)


1994


Videos (DVD)


1995


Television (DSS)


1994


Cinema


2000


Cameras


2000

Telephone (VOIP)
--

2003


Household appliances


?

“Pay as You Drive”

Tagged, You Are It!

Someone Hacked Into My Shoe!

Services 79%
Manufacturing
18%
Agriculture 3%
Fastest Growing Occupations

#1

Consolidation

California


$3 billion


130
CIOs


10,000 IT staff


Federated
Model

Michigan


$365 million


19 different IT
Organizations


1,700 IT staff


Total
Consolidation

28

Minnesota



$600 million



66 different


agencies



2,400 IT staff



29

#2

Streamline the
Back Office

SWIFT
System

#3

Everything On
Line


eServices


eLicensing


Business One
-
Stop


Streamline the Process of Creating New
Business

#4

Nurture IT
Enabled
Enterprises

IT and Economic Development

Electronic Health Records

$20 billion

Smart Grid

$4.5 billion

Broadband

$7.2 billion

Jobs Creation: ~900,000

Total Jobs Lost Since Dec. 07:

7.0 million

http://www.nytimes.com/2009/01/26/technology/26techjobs.html

https://ia.cpuc.ca.gov/CommChong/post/Recovery
-
Act
-
Funds
-
for
-
Smart
-
Grid.aspx

http://www.whydom.com/2009/02/19/the
-
recovery
-
act
-
delivers
-
broadband
-
growth

http://www.bls.gov/news.release/empsit.nr0.htm

#5

Open
Government

Civic
Engagement

Do You Twit?

TLDNR

Too Long, Did Not Read

The
Medium

is the
Message


The form of a message (
print
,
visual
,
musical
,
etc
.) determines the ways in
which that message will be perceived.

Marshall McLuhan

The
Medium

is the
Message


Communication Media, such as
radio
,
television
,
films
, and
computers

have
far
-
reaching sociological, aesthetic, and
philosophical consequences, that it
alters the ways we experience the world.

Radio

Movies

TV

Internet

Data.gov

“Those individuals and societies
who resist this reality will fail; those
which accept it will survive, and
those which embrace it will
flourish.”


Mike Leavitt

Former Governor of Utah

The End