Government 2.0: A tale of “risk, control, and trust”

“Social collaboration, information sharing, and open data were broad themes extensively explored and certainly championed by many at both events, admittedly myself one of them.

Cautious optimism was apparent in the participants as there seems to be a broadening consensus that there will be striking changes in government over the next few years. […] Self-organizing and self-directed behavior is much more likely in the government of the near-future.”

Government 2.0 Challenges: Risk, Control, Trust

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Dion Hinchcliffe, “Government 2.0: A tale of ‘risk, control, and trust’.” September 9, 2009.

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