Crowdsourcing citizenideas to improve the way governmentworkswww.fpov.com
President Obama ordered agencies tocreate online forums by Feb. 6, 2010 tosolicit the publics opinions on whatinformation the government should makemore publicly accessible as part of hisOpen Government initiative.www.fpov.com
Crowdsourcing and Citizen Participationwww.fpov.comWhen citizens interact with their government, powerful things can happen.Government 2.0 means doing more with small teams, and even the power of one. Itmeans exploiting global creativity and changing workplace models and traditionaldesigns for carrying out missions.
IdeaScale Powers 23 Crowdsourcing Sites For The U.S. Governmentwww.fpov.com
Few examples of agencies using Crowdsourcing to get public ideas andsuggestions.www.fpov.com
Other agencies using crowdsourcing to listen to citizenswww.fpov.comhttp://www.usa.gov/webcontent/open/tool_poc.shtml
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