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O'Reilly Radar reports that the World Bank is setting an example for creating easy-to-use data.
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With the explosion of government data now online, the government will rely on 'data curators' to help the public make sense of the information, The New York Times and O'Reilly Radar report.
Blogger Yasmin Fodil offers five tips to train future leaders in technology and Gov 2.0.
USA Today reports the public submitted 123,000 ideas to BP on how to stop the oil flow and clean up the spill.
The city is the first to require all departments to publish its data.
Computerworld Australia reports that Gov 2.0 is overly focused on internal benefits and not on public use. But Andrea DiMaio argues that making government more efficient is the outcome.
Andrew McAfee writes in his blog about a cultural shift among CIOs toward Enterprise 2.0.
GovFresh talks to Dustin Haigler about his decision to leave Manor, Texas, as CIO and join a crowd-sourcing start-up.
IBM Center for the Business of Government describes improvements to Recovery.gov.
Lovisa Williams writes in her blog that Gov 2.0 is not in a slump but in metamorphosis.