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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