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Best cases and information about Russian e-gov. We are looking forward to  your opinion, comments. Any kind of feedback is very appreciated

Website: http://alenapopova.com
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Results of First Russian Round Table on Gov 2.0

Finally after all the conferences and round tables, I can go back to my blog. Here I would like to post all materials discussed ta round table Government 2.0 vs Citizen 2.0 in Russia: Internet and Politics

I want to express my gratitude and say thank you to all the experts who helped organize the discussion and recording interviews: Nicholas Gruen (chairing the Government 2.0 Taskforce for the Australian Government),
Michael Carroll (Professor of Law, American University), Adriel Hampton (founder of Government 2.0 Radio), Sarah Schacht (organizer of Open Gov West Conference on Government 2.0), Dustin Haisler (author of cityofmanor.org ), Alan W. Silberberg (Gov 2.0 Innovator, CEO and Founder of You2Gov, Founder of Gov20LA), Jean-Jacques Kudela (G2C Project, Supprt to E-Government in the Russian Federation), Justin Kerr-Stevens – (Demos Associate/Strategic Advisor UK Central Government), David Eaves (Open Government adviser & advocate Centre for the Study of Democracy)

Video from experts in the field of Government 2.0

Dustin Haisler - watch the video
Alan W. Silberberg - watch the video
Justin Kerr-Stevens -watch the video
Michael Carroll - watch the video
Nicholas Gruen - watch the video
Adriel Hampton - watch the video
David Eaves - watch the video

Also below you can read the presentations of participants and speakers (in russian)
Ivan Begtin: "Tools of the State of publicity on the Internet"
Ekaterina Aksyonova "Gov 2.0 for the regions"
Andrey Abramov: project Democrator: Citizen 2.0

Discussion Forum

New Project about e-gov in Russia: eGov Live

Started by Alena Popova Sep 4, 2011. 0 Replies

Hello everyone!We've lauched a new service called eGov Live recently. The idea of this project has emerged due to an enormous number of comments that…Continue

Tags: Russia, project, new, eGov

The Best Russian Gov2.0 cases

Started by Alena Popova Jul 3, 2011. 0 Replies

There is a persistence prejudice in the world that e-government development here in Russia has stalled. That Russia has no e-Government at all.Last year I’m…Continue

Tags: practices, cases, gov2.0, Russia

Gov2Project – the virtual incubator for Government 2.0 startups

Started by Alena Popova May 12, 2011. 0 Replies

At the beginning of the year our team has launched an online incubator for e-government startups in Russia – Gov2Project.ru. As…Continue

Tags: startups, projects, egovernment, egov, gov20

"Open government" - Public discussion of bills of the Government of Russian Federation

Started by Alena Popova. Last reply by Alexander B. Howard May 6, 2011. 1 Reply

The trend of public online panel discussions is continuing its development. The relevant President’s decree has been released in February. Now media reports that on…Continue

Tags: Government, gov2.0, egov, Open, Federation

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Comment by James A. Miller Jr. on December 7, 2011 at 3:41pm

My late former brother-in-law; Raleigh, North Carolina, lawyer Howard Fabeing Twiggs (past president of the North Carolina Trial Attorneys Assn.?) told me he had gone to then just de-Sovietized Russia, to help with it's new legal schemes. However we never had time for details as to what he accomplished, or at least hoped to accomplish. If anyone can tell me about Howard's legal efforts in Russia; I love to know?  I believe he left with sincerity, and high hopes.

Comment by Jeff Ribeira on July 12, 2011 at 10:29am

If you haven't already, check out Alena's most recent blog on Moscow's efforts to bring government documents to the cloud:

http://www.govloop.com/profiles/blogs/moscow-authorities-are-now

Comment by Stephen Peteritas on December 28, 2010 at 12:45pm
What do people think about the Russian Gov't moving to free software by 2015? http://www.govloop.com/profiles/blogs/russian-govt-to-move-to-free
 

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