Government 3.0

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On June 5, 2009, the Silicon Flatirons Center brought together academics, venture capitalists, lawyers and entrepreneurs to discuss government implementation of Web 2.0 technologies.  The discussion addressed using Web 2.0 technologies to increase government transparency and efficiency, as well as to facilitate citizen involvement in government decision-making. Turning to the institutional incentives that drive government behavior and change, the group discussed how best to successfully implement these technologies.

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