Senator Lundy and Pia Waugh – founders of the Public Sphere initiative – outline the three pillars of Open Government and how they relate to Gov 2.0. They also present Public Sphere as a Gov 2.0 case study for crowdsourcing… more
Minister for Finance Lindsay Tanner outlines his Government 2.0 reform agenda – how to make government smarter, cheaper, and more informed, responsive and engaged.
What is Gov2.0? It means many things to many people…..how would you define it?
The open source software world has a lot to teach us about collaborating to produce ‘public goods’. Miriam Lyons explores the parallels and flags some ideas on how we can overcome the obstacles to upgrading democracy.
Barry Saunders presents a practical how-to-guide for public servants, politicians or community organisers who want to start using Web2.0 tools.
How many Australians hate voting, let alone think of taking a more active role in the development of Government policy? Miriam Lyons argues that the most effective form of democratic renewal is for governments to let more citizens through the… more
CPD’s Executive Director Miriam Lyons reflects on the difference between stronger Freedom of Information laws and an ‘open access’ mindset, and argues that it’s time to open the windows of government and let some more light into the big house… more
Taking off his many hats – including as a member of the Government 2.0 Taskforce – Martin Stewart-Weeks connects the Government 2.0 concept to the bigger challenge of creating new ways to govern.
Katherine Szuminska, co-founder of OpenAustralia, looks at what transparency means in a Government 2.0 world, and at how to go about implementing it. She draws on the radically transparent approach of OpenAustralia itself as a demonstration of the benefits transparency… more