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Open*Government 2011 best images
The visual components on opensource.com are an important element to the look and feel of our content. The images help set the tone for the site. The imagery embodies qualities such as motivational, editorial, authoritative (but not authoritarian), human, and optimism. Without our imagery, the... Read more
0 comments Posted 28 Dec 2011 by Jason Hibbets (Red Hat) Feed
Open*Government 2011 best images
The visual components on opensource.com are an important element to the look and feel of our content. The images help set the tone for the site. The imagery embodies qualities such as motivational, editorial, authoritative (but not authoritarian), human, and optimism. Without our imagery, the... Read more
0 comments Posted 28 Dec 2011 by Jason Hibbets (Red Hat) Feed
Code for America: CityCamp is seriously local
Saturday December 3, CityCamp Honolulu packed the student center at the University of Hawaii. The one-day event brought together nearly 150 locals to discuss and plan for updating the interface for Honolulu’s city services. Forest Frizzell, director of the City’s department of information... Read more
0 comments Posted 21 Dec 2011 by Alissa Black Feed
What action or organization did the most to advance open government in the U.S.
What a year for open government. Lots of data was opened, governments worldwide started to collaborate and become more transparent, platforms were created, partnerships were formed, and Code for America wrapped up a successful year. That's just the tip of iceberg. I'd like to ask you: What do you... Read more
0 comments Posted 20 Dec 2011 by Jason Hibbets (Red Hat) Feed
What action or organization did the most to advance open government in the U.S.
What a year for open government. Lots of data was opened, governments worldwide started to collaborate and become more transparent, platforms were created, partnerships were formed, and Code for America wrapped up a successful year. That's just the tip of iceberg. I'd like to ask you: What do you... Read more
0 comments Posted 20 Dec 2011 by Jason Hibbets (Red Hat) Feed
Crowdsourced ideas make participating in government cool again
The PA Times, published by the American Society of Public Administration, issued a special edition called "From Bureaucratic to Cool: A Call for Public Service." My article on “Crowdsourced Ideas Make Participating in Government Cool Again” describes how government agencies on all levels are... Read more
1 comment Posted 16 Dec 2011 by Ines Mergel Feed
An open source political party?
That's the same question that crossed my mind when I came across this site. Highlighted in green at the top, "Liberty, Democracy, Transparency!" So far so good. But is this for real?
14 comments Posted 15 Dec 2011 by Jason Hibbets (Red Hat) Feed
An open source political party?
That's the same question that crossed my mind when I came across this site. Highlighted in green at the top, "Liberty, Democracy, Transparency!" So far so good. But is this for real?
14 comments Posted 15 Dec 2011 by Jason Hibbets (Red Hat) Feed
Two countries, separated by a common IT market
The UK Cabinet Office has made no secret of its enthusiasm for open source software. They've provided a Government Action Plan, included open source in their ICT Strategy, and even provided an Open Source Procurement Toolkit for government buyers. They see the same benefits as their US counterparts... Read more
0 comments Posted 13 Dec 2011 by Gunnar Hellekson (Red Hat) Feed
Granicus hosts CityCampSF Hackathon to promote civic innovation and open governm
Guest post by Granicus. Granicus is partnering with CityCampSF to host a 24-hour Open Government Hackathon in San Francisco, December 11-12th at Granicus Headquarters. The event is bringing together developers and other creative professionals to build applications that deliver valuable resources... Read more
0 comments Posted 8 Dec 2011 by Adriel Hampton Feed

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