This is a good resource and well designed offering a host of information on open and accessible government initiatives
Archive for the ‘Open Government’ category
The Economist special report on the deluge of data in the information era
Here’s a presentation on the nitty-gritty of Gov 2.0 Issues.
A new gateway for government data from around the world….an opportunity to ‘knit a new jumper’ from various strands of disparate data.
Heaps of great videos to bring you up to speed with all things 2.0 from the recent Government 2.0 Conference in Canberra, Australia. Beats reading huge reports and easier for the eyes so, get a cup of coffee, sit back watch and muse.
I’ve been off air and on leave (minimal internet, limited phone use and heaps of book reading instead,) so apologies for posting a speech that is over 5 weeks old but, it has to be here because it’s apt and rather good. So please have a look at Senator Lundy’s presentation of 30 October on co-designing for a better democracy.
Have a look at the transcript of this recent discussion as held on ABC Radio on developments in thinking on participatory democracy.
Check out this informative blog on initiatives in Gov 2.0 and the interest that Google has in providing Web 2.0 tools and tips for the public sector.
Points rather germane to this exercise!
The Australian government is increasingly open to citizen centric services, open and transparent government and innovation facilitated by digital dialogue and inclusion.