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Paul Clarke: "Ho ho ho. How many civil servants does it take to put up a tree?"
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Dave Briggs (quoting Andrea Di Maio): "In order not to fall into the trough of disillusionment government 2.0 must shift its emphasis from the organization to the individual, and from policy to operations. There is still time for that to happen, but we need to talk less about transparency and open data and do more around training, encouraging and rewarding government employees."
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Emma Mulqueeny: "Developers need to live, and actually the world needs to woo them. "
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Public Strategist: "if you start with the assumption that government has to deliver its services and has to communicate, then the argument that it should do so only through the communication channels of the previous generation seems to me unsustainable"
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"When we talk about embedding social media, as of 2008, we mean equipping some brave pioneers with the equivalent of media training or putting some smartboards in meeting rooms, not putting a phone on everyone’s desk and expecting them to use it all day long."
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Paul Clarke: "Here are just two of the many simple models of “a personal relationship with government” that you can use to illustrate the point about how it all complicates rather faster than you’d expect."
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Paul Clarke: "The innovative MyPolice proposition (that’s the small start-up one) captures the zeitgeist of engagement."
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Public Strategy: "In a world of increasingly open government data, who is going to create the services?"