Archive for the ‘Public Sector Innovation’ category

Unlocking Government

June 16, 2010

This is a good resource and well designed offering a  host of information on open and accessible government initiatives


Visual Place – Victorian Govt map tool

February 5, 2010

VisualPlace is a trial project aimed at testing innovative ways of capturing, exploring and visualising government information and services through maps. Have a play and give feedback via the blog.

Lundy and Government 2.0 – Qld Big Picture Seminar

December 9, 2009

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.

Blogging As a Public Servant

June 26, 2009

Points rather germane to this exercise!

The Three Pillars to Open Government

June 22, 2009

The Australian government is increasingly open to citizen centric services, open and transparent government and innovation facilitated by digital dialogue and inclusion.

W3C Improving Access to Government

June 17, 2009

A fabulously rich resource on e-participation, re-use of government data, open government and heaps more.

Public Data to become truly Public?

May 18, 2009

UK Government moves towards freeing up public data for citizen use. Are we on the road to a more creative unbundling and reconstituting of government itself? Will it lead to greater transparency and heightened performance accountability? Will it open up new business opportunities through a value-add by citizens to the data that sits in isolation in silos? Watch this space.