Open government, open data, moving .gov into the cloudby Alex Howard | @digiphile | comments: 2
So what is Gov 2.0? This past week saw wide-ranging discussion about the meaning, substance and relevance of the term, along with plenty of other news related to social media in government, open data, improved crisis response through
Tim O'Reilly went live online to talk about his paradigm for government as a platform, including how technologists can play key roles in this important transformation. You can also read Tim's thoughts on open government at O'Reilly Labs. The recording is embedded below, after the jump. J.D. Lasica wrote a terrific review of both "Open Government" and the webcast.
Mark Drapeau took a look back at the three phases of government 2.0 as the first Gov 2.0 Expo draws near. Federal News Radio anchor Chris Dorobek also stepped back and published an important "mile high"
What does "Government 2.0" mean?
The simplest way of describing Government 2.0 may be any
Craig Newmark shared his thoughts on better government through enlightened customer service, along with the complexities of electronic privacy, online identity and trust.click here to read more