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.
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Australia is a nation that cares about promoting transparency, empowering citizens, fighting corruption and using new technologies to strengthen governance.
Australians will be able to access most government services online by December 2017 under the Rudd Government’s Digital First policy.
The Federal Government’s lead ICT procurement and coordination agency has prioritised delivery of better services, open engagement and the improvement of government operations as a means to improving use of ICT in Canberra.
Calls for live transport information have dominated the NSW Government’s public consultation on possible Web and mobile applications a fortnight since its launch.
The Australian Government Information Management Office (AGIMO) has unveiled a Government 2.0 primer document aimed at getting federal and state agencies up to speed on collaboration and Web 2.0 tools.
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