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AGIMO releases Government 2.0 Primer

AGIMO releases Government 2.0 Primer

It’s taken several months from inception to release, and it’s undergone a number of changes and additions since I last saw it, but a project acidlabs contributed to for AGIMO several months ago – The Government 2.0 Primer – has finally been released. And with an appropriately open license of CC-BY, no less!

It’s a piece of work that I’m particularly proud to have had a hand in, as I think it adds real value and substance to the corpus of Australian (and potentially international) Government 2.0 thinking. A great number of people, both here and overseas,  helped acidlabs prepare our contribution to the Primer. Most particularly, I’d like to acknowledge case studies, head-checks and read-throughs from the following people:

AGIMO have okayed the public release of the report acidlabs prepared as our contribution to what has become the primer. Please feel free to download it and use it for yourself.

Stephen Collins
trib@acidlabs.org
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