Public Services 2.0: The Now Wave to the Next Wave (Dominic Campbell)

Originally posted by Dominic Campbell at the FutureGov Consultancy blog. View more presentations from Dominic Campbell. You may remember a short while ago I asked for your help with a piece of research I was working on with colleagues Stephen Goldsmith and Zach Tumin at Harvard’s John F. Kennedy School of Government to research theRead… Read more »

Government: Recruit the Internet-Savvy (Dave Briggs)

Originally published by Dave Briggs at DavePress The Telegraph has an interesting article today: MI5 dumps spies who can’t use Facebook and TwitterPatrick Mercer, chairman of the Parliamentary subcommittee on counter-terrorism, told the Daily Mail: “As terrorism changes, counter-terrorism officers have to adapt to keep up. “Our enemies use every available method to attack includingRead… Read more »

Project of the Week: YOUmedia (Chicago Public Library)

It’s National Library Week and in honor of that event, I posted another blog entitled “Libraries as Linchpins to #Gov20 and #OpenGov.” In addition, I wanted to highlight a sweet project in Chicago that uses libraries as connection point for kids to access the web, inspiring collaboration and creativity. Here’s a video and more infoRead… Read more »

A High Performance Government (John Kamensky)

Originally published by John Kamensky of the The IBM Center for Government on 04/12/2010 While Jonathan Breul is attending the IRMCO Conference in Cambridge, Maryland, I’m attending the annual conference of the American Society for Public Administration in San Jose, California. I understand it’s sunny in Cambridge. . . it’s rainy in San Jose! Today,Read… Read more »