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The World's Top 10 Gov 2.0 Initiatives
document Distributed Knowledge, Open Innovation

The writer, Darren Sharp presents his pick of the world’s best Gov 2.0 initiatives: 10) SeeClickFix 9) Manor Labs 8) The Australian Government 7) Public Sector Innovation 6) Place-based...

Pablo BracciniMar 20, 2011 01:44 am GMT4546 views
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The World's Top 10 Gov 2.0 Initiatives
Gov 2.0 Summit 2010: Clay Johnson, "The Future of the Government Platform"
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Clay Johnson talks with the GSA’s Sonny Bhagowalia at the 2010 Gov 2.0 Summit about “the future of the government platform.”

Luis Enrique MoralesNov 20, 2011 07:12 am GMT1490 views
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Gov 2.0 Summit 2010: Clay Johnson,
Norwalk 2.0: Give the Arts Your Support
document Distributed Knowledge, Open Innovation

The Daily Norwalk wants to crowdsource a future Norwalk, too, because these days there's just too much stuff to do. Norwalk 2.0 is part of a growing national movement that leverages...

Samuel BennettMar 08, 2012 01:00 pm GMT1313 views
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Norwalk 2.0: Give the Arts Your Support
The AGIMO Government 2.0 Primer
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Government 2.0 is essentially about using technology to realise a more open, transparent and consultative form of government. The term derives from Web 2.0, which refers to technologies that...

Tonya Van Dijk Mar 20, 2011 08:04 pm GMT2315 views
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The AGIMO Government 2.0 Primer
The AGIMO Government 2.0 Primer (An Introduction)
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AGIMO Government 2.0 Primer describes common scenarios when agencies can use Government 2.0 approaches and an overview of common interactive online tools such as blogs and wikis.

Fritz SchaeferMar 21, 2011 07:30 am GMT2261 views
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The AGIMO Government 2.0 Primer (An Introduction)
Gov 2.0 LA 2012 is going to be in April
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The three themes of this upcoming Gov20LA are going to be: 1. Business inside Government and how it is rapidly becoming different, things like SCRM are being deployed and government is...

Pablo BracciniDec 18, 2011 07:15 am GMT2334 views
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Gov 2.0 LA 2012 is going to be in April
Clay Johnson on key trends for Gov 2.0 and open government in 2011
document Distributed Knowledge

The White House as taken public feedback on designing democracy with “ExpertNet,” a proposed citizen consultation platform. Citizen engagement platforms grew in 2010. There will be more coming...

Luis Enrique MoralesNov 20, 2011 07:02 am GMT1167 views
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Clay Johnson on key trends for Gov 2.0 and open government in 2011
Gov 2.0 lunch with Chris Quigley of Delib - Canberra, 8 Feb 2011
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Chris Quigley has been working in the Open Government space for almost ten years across both the UK and the US. He was involved in some of the earliest crowd-sourcing projects in the US, under the...

Benjamin FosselJan 31, 2011 03:34 pm GMT2165 views
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Gov 2.0 lunch with Chris Quigley of Delib - Canberra, 8 Feb 2011
Engage: Getting on with Government 2.0 (Report of the Government 2.0 Taskforce)
document Distributed Knowledge, Open Innovation

Government 2.0 is a key means for renewing the public sector, offering new tools for public servants to engage and respond to the community, empower the enthusiastic, share ideas and further...

Fritz SchaeferMar 20, 2011 01:45 pm GMT6039 views
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Engage: Getting on with Government 2.0 (Report of the Government 2.0 Taskforce)
White House looks to public for ideas on open gov
article Distributed Knowledge

The administration’s proposition on this crowdsourcing initiative is to asks citizens to weigh in on how to encourage public participation in government, how the government can better manage...

Adam FrazerSep 05, 2013 12:49 pm GMT1022 views
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White House looks to public for ideas on open gov
Govfresh
site Distributed Knowledge / Government & Politics

Founded by Luke Fretwell in May 2009, Govfresh.com features Gov 2.0, open gov news, guides, TV, tech, people and official U.S. government feeds, all in one place.

Tim SatterthwaiteMar 20, 2011 09:49 am GMT836 views
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Govfresh
What is Gov 2.0? (A webcast presented by Tim O'Reilly)
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Tim O'Reilly recently hosted a one-hour webcast that took an in-depth look at Gov 2.0 -- what it is, where the opportunities lie, and how you can get involved. Topics included government...

Luis Enrique MoralesNov 20, 2011 07:18 am GMT820 views
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What is Gov 2.0? (A webcast presented by Tim O'Reilly)
White House launches Web 2.0 tools for veterans job search
document Tools

The technology that makes the new veterans job bank possible is a new Web standard, the JobPosting technical schema, which is a structured data standard designed by private-sector volunteers and...

Harshida PatelNov 11, 2011 02:57 am GMT1613 views
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White House launches Web 2.0 tools for veterans job search
Crowdsourced Health Research Studies: An Important Emerging Complement to Clinical Trials in the Public Health Research Ecosystem
document Distributed Knowledge

The objective of this analysis is to undertake a comprehensive narrative review of crowdsourced health research studies. This review will assess the status, impact, and prospects of crowdsourced...

Adam FrazerJan 29, 2013 11:51 pm GMT3103 views
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Crowdsourced Health Research Studies: An Important Emerging Complement to Clinical Trials in the Public Health Research Ecosystem
Engaging with Mayor Booker To Improve Government Social Media
article Distributed Knowledge

Social media can also save government time and money through crowdsourcing. The National Archives and Records Administration launched the Citizen Archivist Dashboard to create an engaged community...

Jason RobbinsMar 17, 2013 01:58 pm GMT2175 views
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Engaging with Mayor Booker To Improve Government Social Media
Extending Open Innovation to Open Government: a Roadmap for New Opportunities in Citizensourcing
Distributed Knowledge, Open Innovation

Terms, such as co-creation, mass customization, interactive value creation, or open innovation  represent the increasing success of new (predominantly Internet-based) practices and give evidence that the general public can constitute a source of enhanced innovation.

In many countries the public sector has been seeking to reform itself, anyway. Do the open innovation methods, broadly understood provide a way? In this post, Dennis Hilgers and Frank Piller look at the wider benefits of an open public service and raise some of the most important issues.

 

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Dennis HilgersMar 11, 2011 02:20 am GMT7967 views
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Paul Dombowsky: Ideas - and Cash - From the Crowd
video Crowdfunding, Distributed Knowledge, Open Innovation

In this audio presentation, Paul Dombowsky, creator of Ideavibes and Fundchange, shared his crowdsourcing ideas and funding for social innovation. According to Paul Dombowsky, "Open...

Benjamin FosselMay 31, 2011 03:53 pm GMT1963 views
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Paul Dombowsky: Ideas - and Cash - From the Crowd
Crowdsourced Ideas Make Participating in Government Cool Again

Harnessing the knowledge citizens and government employees share on social media applications in the public sector is a tricky challenge of the Government 2.0 era. Every day, thousands of citizens comment on government Facebook posts and blog entries or reshare information published on Twitter. Rarely has government had the opportunity to harvest innovative ideas and knowledge published through these channels. The main reason many agencies set up an organizational account is still “to be where the people are.” Recently, ‘open innovation’ platforms have started to address this disconnect, providing the public with the capability to interact and brainstorm alongside government officials. Simply put, these platforms make participating in government cool again.

Social media tools — such as blogs, Twitter and Facebook — are great channels to collect and encourage citizens to provide their insights on the issues and plans of government. Unfortunately, today’s standard social networking services do not have the capability to automatically extract and collate new knowledge or ideas from content that citizens are submitting through the existing commenting channels. In some cases, the sheer volume of comments makes proper analysis very difficult. The challenge is to extract new ideas or valuable insights from the influx of comments in a productive and efficient way. Open innovation platforms are designed to fill this gap.

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Crowdsourcing.orgOct 13, 2011 12:23 am GMT5197 views
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Crowdsourcing to Geocode Development Credit Authority Data: A Case Study
document Distributed Knowledge

Crowdsourcing is a relatively new phenomenon that has evolved significantly due to the emergence of Web 2.0 technologies that facilitate assimilating several small contributions into a larger...

Sebastian BlancaDec 07, 2012 02:25 am GMT3444 views
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Crowdsourcing to Geocode Development Credit Authority Data: A Case Study
Russ Johnson Talks About Emergency Response, GIS and Social Media
video Distributed Knowledge, Open Innovation

An example of the intersection of technology, maps, social media is Australia's floods Web app which supplies trend analysis to visualize community reports related to the flooding in...

Archenette EvangelioFeb 01, 2011 08:40 am GMT4901 views
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Russ Johnson Talks About Emergency Response, GIS and Social Media
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