The Intergovernmental Solutions Newsletter on Government by Collaboration is now available. This edition presents the views of 22 IT leaders of nations, states, federal agencies, and municipalities and thought leaders who are working to ensure openness in Government. Government by Collaboration is the third newsletter in a series highlighting each of the three areas in President Obama’s Open Government Directive–transparency, citizen engagement and collaboration.
The many contributors include:
Dave McClure, Associate Administrator, GSA Office of Citizen Services and Communications
Dr, Mechthild Rohen, Head of ICT for Government and Public Services, European Commission
Bill Eggers and John O’Leary, Co-Authors, If We Can Put a Man On the Moon
Steve Ressler and Andrew Krzmarzick, GovLoop
Mary Davie, Assistant Commissioner, GSA Federal Acquisition Service
Tamara Erickson, Managing Director, nGenera Collaboration Services
Bev Godwin, Director of New Media and Citizen Engagement, GSA Office of Citizen Services and Communications
Bill Greeves and Pam Broviak, Co-founders, Munigov2.0
Ken Theis, CIO, State of Michigan
John Kamensky, Senior Fellow, IBM Center for the Business of Government
Please pass this along to others and let me know what you think. Thanks.
Government by Collaboration
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Thanks, Lisa – I added it to our Slideshare resources, too, for people to quickly grab and embed:
I’m looking at something similar with regard to web 2.0 and local governments. Please feel free to take this survey and pass it on.
Hi Lisa. We at Open Government TV have always knew that Collaboration is the nexus to participation.
Please know we are a huge fan of collaboration and want every opportunity to help government promote collaboration as this will require a sea change within government. Thanks for Steppin out of the Boat and into the Ring.