Possibly, there is no democratic state at all.
Last question. How do you imagine the future of the PDIS?
Which projects have been aborted and why?
How PDIS achieve to change the policy or the law?
Maybe it’s a bit redundant, but what kind of PDIS projects have been successfully implemented and audited by public servants or inside government institutions?
Who has suggested the idea to organize that kind of event?
Is the presidential hackathon a project from PDIS?
The objective for the hackathon is to select 20 cases?
I don’t remember.
The project has to focus on that only?
To achieve those improvements?
I’ve read it.
Which changes have been made, thanks to the PDIS, within the government and the administration?
It kind of interprets...
What kind of digital tools do you use for example?
The way public servants work.
How do you do that in practice?
In the PDIS map you formulate PDIS objectives, and one of them is to facilitate or ease the way public servants work.
Timeline, because institutional timeline and civic hacker’s or civic maker’s timeline are quite different.
You didn’t encounter, for example, timeline obstacles?
What kind of obstacles did you encounter when collaborating with public servants or PO, and how did you overcome those obstacles?
What does running code mean?
How did you come with this open stakeholders model?
How would you define stakeholders? Who are they?
How do you interact, collaborate, exchange with the administration and public servants of all levels and ministries?
Can we say that you’re trying to implement an open government culture?
How does PDIS work in practice? What kind of culture are you trying to implement inside government institutions?
The most important part is the experimentation part, right?
How would you define social digital innovation?
What are the benefits of social digital innovation and, more broadly, technology for the government and the citizens?
From the what?
OK. First, can you describe PDIS? Say whatever you want about it.
Everything will be published on SayIt?