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Gov 2.0 in pictures

  • In pictures: CeBIT Australia's Gov 2.0 Conference 2010

    In pictures: CeBIT Australia's Gov 2.0 Conference 2010

    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 Government 2.0 advocates and a host of those eager to share their experiences and practices on how to change government for the better.

News about Gov 2.0
  • Using the NBN to enable Gov 2.0

    Australia should leverage the National Broadband Network (NBN) to create more interactive and open governance, a Gov 2.0 expert has argued.

  • Civil Servant 2.0: Davied van Berlo talks Gov 2.0

    Gov 2.0 -- the use of social media and social networking to increase transparency and encourage engagement with government organisations -- has been gaining ground in Australia. Recently, the Australian Government Information Management Office released documents indicating the scope of Gov 2.0 adoption in the wake of the Government 2.0 Taskforce report.

  • Federal Government embracing Gov 2.0

    Federal Government agencies have widely embraced social media and Web 2.0 tools in the wake of the Government 2.0 Taskforce report, documents released by the Australian Government Information Management Office (AGIMO) show.