At the previous meeting of the Government 2.0 Steering Group, one of the points of discussion involved creating a more effective register of Australian Government Gov 2.0 activity. Such a register could include agency use of social media or other Web 2.0 tools, greater release of data online, or other innovative uses of online technology [...]
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The Government 2.0 Steering Group has met twice since our last update in December 2010. For the benefit of new readers to this blog, the Steering Group is the body formed to oversee the implementation of the Australian Government’s response to the Government 2.0 Taskforce. Membership of the Steering Group includes senior public servants from [...]
As regular readers of this blog would know, the Government 2.0 Steering Group is the body appointed to oversee the implementation of the Government’s response to the Government 2.0 Taskforce. In a previous post, we provided an introduction to the Steering Group and published summaries of its first three meetings.
The Steering Group has met twice [...]
As part of the work of the Government 2.0 Steering Group, AGIMO has developed a Government 2.0 Primer for Australian Government agencies. The 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.
The report of the Government 2.0 Taskforce said that leadership was one of the pillars of Government 2.0. Leadership, the Taskforce said, is crucial in bringing about the cultural change required to make government more open and transparent.
The Australian Government accepted the Taskforce’s recommendation to create a Government 2.0 Steering Group to provide leadership and [...]