A taskforce from the Government of Australia has published a comprehensive draft report about Government 2.0. The report recommends that “a lead agency take responsibility for Government 2.0 policy and provide leadership, guidance and support to agencies and public servants.”
by Doug Hadden VP Products Government 2.0 is not a fad, according to a recent article in Federal Government Weekly. “Although the true value of Government 2.0 has yet to be measured or even fully imagined, there will be no
In the Government 2.0 era, there is an increasing realization that the traditional change management discipline requires – you guessed it – change. There is an interesting post from Jenn Gusetetic titled: Open Government is Change Management…On Steroids. She suggests a more
From Obscurity to 64.5% in Less than an Hour? by Doug Hadden, VP Products I had the pleasure of presenting at the ICGFM Winter Conference in Washington earlier today. The presentation made the case that Government Performance Management needs Government 2.0.
Originally from the ICGFM Blog Government Performance Management requires Citizen Feedback Government 2.0 and government transformation is inevitable, according to Doug Hadden, VP of Products at FreeBalance, and VP Communications for ICGFM. Government, society and technology trends are creating an
Government of Canada entering the Second Generation of Public Financial Management Automation Tweeting, meeting, talking, walking, speaking, blogging – above all – listening. A busy week at the Financial Management Institute (FMI) Professional Development Week in Gatineau, Quebec. Presentations: product
Our Financial Management Institute of Canada (FMI) Professional Development Week started early with presentations to the FreeBalance Government of Canada Cluster and to our Performance Budgeting for Human Capital (PBHC) customers in Ottawa. FreeBalance has the largest cluster in the
The Web 2.0 Digital Divide The promises of Web 2.0 tools, when conceived of in advanced industrial countries, are almost unequivocally welcomed with open arms. Consider Web 2.0 in emerging countries, however, and the issue becomes a great deal murkier.
This is section 3.1.6 of a series of blog entries creating a Government IFMIS Technology Evaluation Guide. This includes information to assist in evaluating IFMIS options and the technology requirements for FreeBalance IFMIS implementations. These series will be combined with feedback
In a panel discussion hosted this afternoon by the ICGFM in Washington, DC, Mark Drapeau lamented just how hard it is to define Government 2.0. Or, determine how governments can take to successfully adopt it. We’re not quitters, so perhaps we