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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
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.
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.