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At GovCamp Australia 2013 this week, there were two identifiable two groups of people who presented and talked about the topics of inspiring government innovation, empowering people and liberating capability. There were the service designers who spoke about the specifics of design and presented case...

Too much focus is placed on the technical aspects of getting the people in a business online. We'd argue that the tools are a means to an end. People are what it's really about....

Fellow open government advocate, Craig Thomler, has asked a very important question in his latest post: I wonder, should Australian political parties have explicit policies for Open Government and Government 2.0 with commitments to the use of online media and support for online engagement by public...

I've worked in and around government a long time - probably 20 years or more now. And much of that in or around IT and web units in government departments. Today's announcement by the Special Minister of State that Federal agencies are now required to consider...

As a part of the research work I'm doing for my book, I'm reading radical economist, Umair Haque's, The New Capitalist Manifesto. In it, Haque posits a set of Laws for the 21st Century business and describes something that, though referred to in the book, is...

This is the unedited ver­sion of a piece pub­lished on The Lowy Insti­tute for Inter­na­tional Policy’s Lowy Inter­preter blog. I have a great deal of respect for the Lowy Institute. But when one of their staff writes a fundamentally flawed, badly misinformed piece on hacker culture,...