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"SG GovCamp is a misnomer … it is less about ‘Gov’ and more about us. It should be called
SG UnConference - where everyone has a voice. Governments all over the world are putting out their data for citizens to use as they please.
The new buzzwords are co-creation, collaboration and crowdsourcing. GovCamp involves everyone – students, educators, bloggers, the private sector, civil society, the media and ‘Gov’. We all come together with a good dose of humility and trust to move toward
citizen-driven public policy.”
Society Engagement: Gov 2.0 begins with citizens and society. The way we engage with each other reflects or impacts how we engage with government. How...
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Government Engagement: Are public officials and others in positions of ‘power’ ready of the leadership challenge posed by citizen engagement? Citizen engagement requires more transparency,...
Business Engagement: What is the role of corporations in a more collaborative, open and transparent environment? Usually government mandates disclosure of certain types of information...
How do we better integrate various people of similar interest into the right social circle? should we consider a "blind group date"? This may allow...
"GovCamp is a wonderfully conceived and delivered event in the area of Open
and Connected Government. Having made its mark in a select group of countries, the
Singapore GovCamp is shaping up to be a premier event in e-government. GovCamp
provides the platform to enable a confluence of new ideas on the future of government
by bringing together thought-leaders and leading practitioners from the academia,
industry, government and policy groups and the civil society. I am privileged to be
involved with the GovCamp and hope to see it grow further in stature across Asia"
“How cool is it, if we can have an Web service that tells me where I can find the nearest Chicken Rice stall?”
How will open...