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What I’ve been reading

I find this stuff so that you don’t have to. Ministry of Lorem: filler text generated from UK government press releases – Bonkers but strangely compelling site from @lesteph Social media can help riot-hit communities recover – "In all the … Continue reading

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Skunkworks videos

Today I came across two useful videos featuring Mark O’Neil – a CIO in central government and the guy that heads up the government skunkworks – talking about his work. They can be found via the UKauthorITy site: Skunkworks: How … Continue reading

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Too busy for Twitter?

A common risk associated with public bodies engaging online in spaces like Twitter is that there’s too much interaction to cope with. It’s something that often gets raised when I am talking with clients. E-government bulletin covered the issue recently: … Continue reading

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Government IT costs – the bloggers’ view

Once again, the quality commentary on the latest reports into government IT spending is coming from blogs. Simon Dickson: The real story, such as it is, is the Committee’s apparent recognition that the current process – reliant on a small … Continue reading

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What I’ve been reading

I find this stuff so that you don’t have to. The Case Against Online Participation and Government As A Platform – "the question is: should we just give up and consider open government and government 2.0 an interesting, nice-to-have, but … Continue reading

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