This is a good resource and well designed offering a host of information on open and accessible government initiatives
Posted tagged ‘Government 2.0’
Here’s a presentation on the nitty-gritty of Gov 2.0 Issues.
This is a very handy checklist for government.
An earlier piece by a thoughtful analyst on the complexities associated with the idea of Gov 2.0 – the often overlooked and potentially very rich resource of the public servant as both gatekeeper and broker of innovation for government.
A good selection of information relating to the latest US Government initiative to modernise government processes.
The final report was tabled on 22 December 2009. It’s a very detailed report that also identifies a further 19 related projects (see page 90 for details), including a web 2.0 toolkit for online engagement as well as the video service scoping study. It’s well worth looking at the full report.
It’s good to see a growing awareness of the value of online video platforms for communicating information about government services and programs. The old adage of ‘a picture is worth a thousand words’ makes perfect sense, especially if the words are a tad pedestrian or the message, both wordy and deeply hidden in the mountain of information that surrounds us.
Short video interviews with key Gov 2.0 activists to bring you up to speed with thinking and actvities.
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.
Check out the OZloop site and have a look at the video on Gov 2.0.