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The latest in Global Digital Government - RightClick 2013 presentation from Craig Thomler The latest in Global Digital Government - RightClick 2013 presentation from Craig Thomler Presentation Transcript

  • The latest in Global Digital Government Craig Thomler Gov 2.0 Advocate Managing Director Delib Australia RightClick 2013
  • Source: Museum of Victoria
  • Source: The Wayback Machine (harchive.org/web/web.php)
  • Source: The Wayback Machine (harchive.org/web/web.php)
  • Source: Facebook February 2004 Facebook map of the world 2004
  • Source: Facebook December 2010 Facebook map of the world 2010
  • Source: Facebook September 2013 Facebook map of the world 2013
  • 35% 65% 38% 62% 38% 62% 100% 0% Never used social media Use social media 2004 2011 2012 2013 Australian social media use (as we define social media today) Source: Sensis Social Media Report 2011-13
  • “The use of Web 2.0 is now commonplace in APS agencies. There are hundreds of government social media sites, including Twitter accounts, Facebook pages and YouTube channels. Web 2.0 approaches are regularly used in policy development opportunities and many Australian Government datasets are included on data.gov.au with more being added regularly.” - APS State of the Service Report 2011-12 Source: APS State of the Service Report 2011-12 Digital is mainstream for government
  • Public sector use of social media Australian public Use internet: 86% Use social media: 65% Australian Government official use of social media Agencies: 73% Politicians: 77% (prior to 2013 election) Sources: Sensis 2013, eGovAU 2012-13
  • Twitter use – all levels of Australian governments Sources: eGovAU 2011-13 892 accounts in September 2013
  • Twitter use – all levels of Australian governments Sources: eGovAU 2011-13 9 11 42 64 68 77 173 202 246 - 50 100 150 200 250 300 TAS NT ACT QLD WA SA NSW FEDERAL VIC
  • “77.7% of the world’s heads of state are now using Twitter ... (of 193 states in UN) Source: Twiplomacy (twiplomacy.com) However it’s not just Australia
  • Digital government is global… Now involves 54 countries, with another six in process of joining. Australia and New Zealand have both committed to join (in fourth wave). Open Government Partnership
  • Open data is global.. (including Iran & China). Australia has at least nine jurisdictions with open data catalogues. Western Australia, Tasmania & NT are the only Australian states/territories currently without open data catalogues. Over 280 jurisdictions have open data catalogues
  • • The internet hasn’t changed what people (or governments) do, but it has changed how they prioritise and do them. • Governments (and companies) are successful online when they focus on relevance, simplicity and ease of use. • Connecting is critical. • It’s not about the technology, it’s about the goal – digital is a means, not an end. Source: APS State of the Service Report 2011-12 Takeaways
  • • Dinosaurs can survive a giant meteor, but do need to update their plumage and approach. Takeaways
  • Questions? Craig Thomler craig@delib.net @CraigThomler http://eGovAU.blogspot.com www.delib.net/australia/ @Delibaunz