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Six basic questions on open government
Six basic questions on open government
Six basic questions on open government
Six basic questions on open government
Six basic questions on open government
Six basic questions on open government
Six basic questions on open government
Six basic questions on open government
Six basic questions on open government
Six basic questions on open government
Six basic questions on open government
Six basic questions on open government
Six basic questions on open government
Six basic questions on open government
Six basic questions on open government
Six basic questions on open government
Six basic questions on open government
Six basic questions on open government
Six basic questions on open government
Six basic questions on open government
Six basic questions on open government
Six basic questions on open government
Six basic questions on open government
Six basic questions on open government
Six basic questions on open government
Six basic questions on open government
Six basic questions on open government
Six basic questions on open government
Six basic questions on open government
Six basic questions on open government
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Six basic questions on open government

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Some quick questions and answers on open government for a general audience. …

Some quick questions and answers on open government for a general audience.

Delivered at Sydney's Customs House Library on 16 May 2012.

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  • 1. Six basic questions onopen government... ... and hopefully, a few quick answers Stephen Collins
  • 2. Who?
  • 3. All of us. http://www.flickr.com/photos/joeshlabotnik/305410323/
  • 4. The participant map.
  • 5. What?
  • 6. But wouldn’t this be better?
  • 7. And wouldn’t this be even better?
  • 8. And wouldn’t this be better still?
  • 9. When?
  • 10. When they want to talk to you.
  • 11. Not this way.
  • 12. Or this way.
  • 13. Where?
  • 14. Where they are.
  • 15. That could be here.
  • 16. Or here.
  • 17. Just not this.
  • 18. Why?
  • 19. What government looks like from the outside
  • 20. Not just to tick a box.
  • 21. Build better evidence- based policy
  • 22. To create a social good.
  • 23. How?
  • 24. It looks like mistakes could be made.
  • 25. Seriously, just be human.
  • 26. Nobody likes a faceless bureaucrat.
  • 27. Spectrum of participation.Government 2.0 Taskforce Report, www.finance.gov.au/publications/gov20taskforcereport/
  • 28. Take the brickbats. And the bouquets.
  • 29. The possibilities are limitless.
  • 30. License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0/ Share and Spread... don’t forget to attribute
  • 31. Stephen Collins trib@acidlabs.org skype trib22 +61 410 680722 acidlabs.org about.me/trib twitter.com/trib linkedin.com/in/stephencollins facebook.com/stephen.trib.collins

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