Gov 1.0 vs. Gov 2.0
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Brief set of slides to describe the difference between Gov 1.0 (high information, low interaction, one website) and Gov 2.0 (high information, high interaction, multiple web locations and tools).

Brief set of slides to describe the difference between Gov 1.0 (high information, low interaction, one website) and Gov 2.0 (high information, high interaction, multiple web locations and tools).

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  • 1. Gov 1.0 vs. Gov 2.0 1 www.grad.usda.gov
  • 2. 2 www.grad.usda.gov
  • 3. 3 www.grad.usda.gov
  • 4. “With the new, function-rich infrastructure of Web 2.0, government no longer needs to work on its own to provide public value.” -Anthony Williams Co-Author, Wikinomics 4 www.grad.usda.gov
  • 5. “Our generation of public servants strongly believed and still believes that government should work for the people, but we did not really understand that we also needed to work with the people. The truth is today’s challenges are too big for government to solve alone. It is time to re-engage citizens in the work of government to solve the “wicked” problems of our times.” -Valerie Lemmie National Academy of Public Administration 5 www.grad.usda.gov
  • 6. Ordinary people…possess information – serious, expert, fact-based, scientific information – to enhance decision-making, information not otherwise available to isolated bureaucrats. …people are ready and willing to share that information across geographic, disciplinary, and institutional boundaries. - Beth Noveck, Wiki Government 6 www.grad.usda.gov
  • 7. “Government as platform…” - Tim O’Reilly 7 www.grad.usda.gov
  • 8. UsNowFilm.com 8 www.grad.usda.gov
  • 9. Internal External Processes Policy Recruitment Regulation Training Security Public Affairs Social Web 2.0 Tools = Enablers Blogs Networking Wikis Video Sharing Microsharing Podcasts Mash-Ups RSS 9 www.grad.usda.gov
  • 10. www.grad.usda.gov 10
  • 11. 11 www.grad.usda.gov