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PROJECT PROPOSALS, paragraph 3

In addition to barriers, this strategy should identify key business drivers and enablers, and find ways to support business projects that demonstrate the business value of Web 2.0.

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Posted August 19, 2009  11:28 pm
TOWARDS GOVERNMENT 2.0: AN ISSUES PAPER [beta - now closed], paragraph 22

An online culture of online engagement with government already exists. Every e-mail to a call centre, import manifest and BAS statement is an online engagement within government. However, each of these interactions is bounded by a set of business rules that determine how that interaction will be handled. Building a set of business rules that accommodate all potential ‘real-time’ engagements is the real challenge.

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Posted July 21, 2009  4:56 pm
TOWARDS GOVERNMENT 2.0: AN ISSUES PAPER [beta - now closed], paragraph 20

The real question is what quality assurance must be maintained? ‘Web 1.0′ technology already provides publishing workflow tools to ensure that information published on .gov.au sites can be trusted. Reducing those check points may reduce the authoritative quality of published information.

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Posted July 21, 2009  4:34 pm
TOWARDS GOVERNMENT 2.0: AN ISSUES PAPER [beta - now closed], paragraph 16

The rate of adoption will depend largely on the rate at which Web 2.0 business practices mature and can be incorporated into mainstream business processes. The lead time for external e-mail to be adopted as a mainstream business practice was 2-5 years.

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Posted July 21, 2009  4:13 pm