Gov 2.0 and what it means for
federal government departments
What is Government 2.0?
Source:
Project
15
Final
Report
h6p://gov2.net.au/files/2009/12/Project‐15‐Final‐Report.doc
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Source:
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0,130061791,339300788,00.htm...
June 2009
The Taskforce’s Agenda for Gov 2.0
“Project 8”
Contents

 1. Designing an online
 engagement
 2. Community Management
 How-To
 3. Roles, Competencies and
 Policies
 4. O...
Online
Engagement
Framework




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“Government 2.0 will not be easy for it
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Skills and Competencies
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• www.headshift.com
• twitter.com/chieftech
• http://chieftech.com.au/
• james.dellow@headshift.com
Image Acknowledgements

•   Screenshot from Us Now http://www.usnowfilm.com/
•   Web2.0 mosaic http://www.flickr.com/photos/...
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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 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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Gov 2.0 and what it means for federal government departments

  1. 1. Gov 2.0 and what it means for federal government departments
  2. 2. What is Government 2.0?
  3. 3. Source:
Project
15
Final
Report
h6p://gov2.net.au/files/2009/12/Project‐15‐Final‐Report.doc Licensed
under
a
CreaDve
Commons
A6ribuDon
2.5
Australia
License.
  4. 4. Source:
h6p://www.zdnet.com.au/news/communicaDons/soa/Govt‐2‐0‐report‐lacks‐purpose‐and‐aim‐/ 0,130061791,339300788,00.htm#talkback
  5. 5. June 2009
  6. 6. The Taskforce’s Agenda for Gov 2.0
  7. 7. “Project 8”
  8. 8. Contents 1. Designing an online engagement 2. Community Management How-To 3. Roles, Competencies and Policies 4. Online Engagement Use Cases and Model Examples
  9. 9. Online
Engagement
Framework This
slide
is
licensed
under
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CreaDve
Commons
A6ribuDon
2.5
Australia
License.
  10. 10. Engagement
Cycle
and
Community
Management
Stages This
slide
is
licensed
under
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CreaDve
Commons
A6ribuDon
2.5
Australia
License.
  11. 11. Web
2.0
Technology
Types This
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License.
  12. 12. Online
Engagement
SoluAon
Design
Process This
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  13. 13. December 2009 “Government 2.0 will not be easy for it directly challenges some aspects of established policy and practice within government. Yet the changes to culture, practice and policy we envisage will ultimately advance the traditions of modern democratic government. Hence, there is a requirement for co-ordinated leadership, policy and culture change.”
  14. 14. Skills and Competencies
  15. 15. Wanted: Community of Practice
  16. 16. Edit -> Remix -> Improve
  17. 17. More info... • www.headshift.com • twitter.com/chieftech • http://chieftech.com.au/ • james.dellow@headshift.com
  18. 18. Image Acknowledgements • Screenshot from Us Now http://www.usnowfilm.com/ • Web2.0 mosaic http://www.flickr.com/photos/ 38733412@N00/2053289691/ • Minister Lindsay Tanner announces Gov 2.0 Taskforce http:// www.flickr.com/photos/62428481@N00/3651218605/ • ULTIMATE FACEBALL!!1! http://www.flickr.com/photos/ 35468159852@N01/449142212/ • Blog: Writing our own Us Now story http://www.pool.org.au/blog/ pool_team/writing_our_own_us_now_story • Lego people http://www.flickr.com/photos/joeshlabotnik/305410323/ • Note: Taskforce and Project 8 materials are all licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 2.5 Australia License.

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