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Links 1 through 10 of 81 by Patrick Cormier tagged IMBOK+Government

You know that the way that government configures public services is going to change beyond comprehension in years to come and you want to be part of it.

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There are clearly many mediums available to government communicators to engage their audiences. The experience of a handful of governments suggests why blogs should be taken seriously.

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Quinn, who left the CIO post last month, was the keynote speaker here at a workshop Friday on the use of the XML-based ODF in government. Quinn had spearheaded the state IT Division's controversial initiative to save government documents using ODF, a stan

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In his report, "On Equal Terms," National Assembly Deputy Bernard Carayon calls for a law making it compulsory for French government departments to use ODF when they create or distribute documents, and suggests that France ask its European partners to do

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The Japanese government wants to go open source, as a way to rely less on a single vendor IT software infrastructure. And plenty of vendors are lining up to help make this happen.

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BLOGs and other Web 2.0 tools could soon be used to develop Federal Government policy, under plans being considered by Special Minister of State, Gary Nairn. (AUS)

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Based on interviews with over 500 leading politicians, researchers, technology industry CEOs and leaders, futurists and front-line public employees, Government 2.0 journeys across America and overseas to demonstrate the promise and perils of this emerging

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This might interest some readers: the top IT job in the Government of Canada, Chief Executive Officer of the Information Technology Services Branch, Public Works & Government Services Canada, has become available - advertisement 2006-TLN-SVC-APE-09 (indet

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