Lucas Cioffi

Definitions: If Gov2.0 = “tech in gov”, then Gov2.0 = tech-related open gov programs + things like cloud computing, telecommuting, etc

Note: I’m thinking social media is already included in open gov so it would not need to be listed separately. Or can there be use of social media that is not at least a bit transparent, participatory, or collaborative (at least one of the three)?

Conclusion: By those definitions, open gov would be the majority of Gov2.0. And it indicates that there could be open gov programs that have nothing to do with tech and therefore have nothing to do with Gov2.0. I think that was the exact insight I was looking for. Am I off-base?