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Power of Information

From: Sheridan, John <John.Sheridan@nationalarchives.gov.uk>
Date: Mon, 2 Feb 2009 20:14:44 -0000
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The Power of Information Taskforce in the UK is very keen to get input/feedback on our new report about "gov 2.0" or what happens when web 2.0 meets e-government. Ideally we'd like to hear from people around the world. 

The report is in "commentable" form, and we're definitely listening!

The link is: http://poit.cabinetoffice.gov.uk/poit/

Is this revolutionary or damp squib?

If subscribers to e-Gov IG find the time to read and comment, please free to do so.

Lots of cross-over to discussions we have had as a group and topics for our own group note. I hope it is thought provoking, at least.

John Sheridan 

Head of e-Services and Strategy
Office of Public Sector Information
The National Archives
5th Floor
102 Petty France

Tel: 0203 334 2785 
Fax: 0208 487 1983

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