Blogging was where we began, and how we built our company so we have preserved this archive to show how our thinking developed over a decade of developing the use of social technology inside organisations

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Posts with a egovernment theme

New e-government Website launches

Local e-democracy project site relaunches

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Different models for engaging with government online

How would you like your e-government?

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European e-gov interoperability framework

Details of an emerging European framework from Dr John Gotze

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US e-government review

US e-government review of 2003 from the Washington Post

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review of e-gov issues in 2003 and preview of 2004

Denmark’s Dr John Gotze looks back at e-gov issues in 2003 and thinks 2004 will be about Digital Identity Management

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e-government intermediaries need to be paid, argues IPPR

Can voluntary and private sector intermediaries be used to help deliver against e-government targets, and if so how?

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MySociety: DIY civic engagement

MySociety.org – an incubator for online civil society projects

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Office of the e-Envoy suggests some take up strategies

Some useful guidance on take-up strategies for UK e-government projects

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Deloitte: Citizen Advantage

Deloitte say that e-gov ROI must take into account end user time/resource savings as well as government savings

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More confusion around delivering e-gov services

The Life Events model for delivering online services is being ditched by UK Online in favour of a department store model

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