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Gov 2.0 and what it means for federal government departments

by Consultant at Ripple Effect Group on Feb 06, 2010

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The Australian Federal Government sponsored Government 2.0 Taskforce presented its final report at the end of 2009. As part of the Taskforce's consultation process, they commissioned the creation of ...

The Australian Federal Government sponsored Government 2.0 Taskforce presented its final report at the end of 2009. As part of the Taskforce's consultation process, they commissioned the creation of Online Engagement Guidelines and a Web 2.0 Toolkit. This was designed to provide guidance to government agencies using web 2.0 tools and provided a recommendation for a toolkit of web 2.0 technologies that agencies can use based on principles of shared services and re-use. This was presented on Friday 5th February, 2010 in Canberra.

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