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In pictures: CeBIT Australia's Gov 2.0 Conference 2010

The Government 2.0 conference in Canberra this week showcased best practice and tools for better engaging with citizens

  • CeBIT Australia's Gov 2.0 Conference 2010, held in Canberra this week, brought together both local and international luminaries of the governement collaboration and consultation world. Among the familiar Australian e-government faces also lay the likes of the South Australian CIO, UK Government CIO and a host of those eager to share their experiences and practices on how to change government for the better.

  • CeBIT Australia's Gov 2.0 Conference 2010

  • CeBIT Australia's Gov 2.0 Conference 2010

  • Online Communications Director at the Department of Health and Ageing and fierce Government 2.0 advocate, Craig Thomler, opens the Gov 2.0 Conference in Canberra.

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  • Parliamentary Secretary to the Prime Minister and fellow Government 2.0 advocate, Senator Kate Lundy, addresses the Gov 2.0 conference in Canberra.

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  • Senator Kate Lundy reflects on the successes in Government 2.0 so far, and the way forward.

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  • A captive audience at the Gov 2.0 Conference.

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  • Questions fielded from the audience at the Gov 2.0 Conference.

  • CeBIT Australia's Gov 2.0 Conference 2010

  • Senator Kate Lundy

  • South Australian Government CIO, Andrew Mills, discusses the governance implications of Government 2.0 for the chief information officer.

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  • Andrew Mills discusses Gov 2.0.

  • Senator Kate Lundy, Craig Thomler, Andrew Mills and others at the Gov 2.0 Conference in Canberra.

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  • CeBIT Australia's Gov 2.0 Conference.

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  • Open source content management system Drupal counts its successes in the government realm.

  • Social networking startup Community Engine at the Gov 2.0 Conference.

  • Assistant Secretary to Online Services Branch, Australian Government Information Management Office (AGIMO), Peter Alexander, talks on Government 2.0 best practice in Australia.

  • National Communications Manager and the Department of Immigration and Citizenship, Sandi Logan, talks Web 2.0 in the e-government setting.

  • Director for Transparency and Digital Economy for the UK Government, Andrew Stott, shares his experiences in the motherland.

  • Community Engine managing director, Piers Hogarth-Scott, talks on the importance of social networking for Government 2.0.

  • Assistant Secretary for the Digital Economy Branch at the Department of Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy, Mia Garlick, talks the digital economy and its ramifications for e-government.

  • Questions from the audience.

  • Garlick, Stott and Manager of Digital Engagement at the Victorian Department of Justice, Patrick McCormick, host a panel discussion on the reality of Government 2.0.

  • The requisite iPads were in full show at CeBIT Australia's Gov 2.0 Conference.

  • CeBIT Australia's Gov 2.0 Conference 2010

  • CeBIT Australia's Gov 2.0 Conference 2010

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