Saturday, June 20, 2009

Government 2.0: Policy and Practice

Senator Lundy's Government 2.0: Policy and Practice is a one day conference at Parliament House, Canberra, 22 June 2009. This is about creating an even more participatory form of government in Australia. The event will be streamed live and comments are invited, before, during and after, to the event web site, as well as blogs taged publicsphere and Twitter #publicsphere. I will be speaking on "m-Government 2.0 - Making government accessible online on your phone".

0900Senator Kate LundySenator for the ACTOpening remarks and welcome
0905William PerrinSecretary of the Power of Information TaskforceGov 2.0 in the UK: Policy and Status *
0920Michael de PercyUniversity of CanberraCitizen Engagement & Policy Learning: Forming, storming, norming and performing
0935James DellowHeadshiftIf it isn’t broken, why fix it?
0950Stephen CollinsFounder AcidlabsWhat culture change is needed for Government 2.0?
Break and networking
1015Des WalshFormer APS and NSW public servantWhy parliamentarians and public sector managers need to participate actively in social media (briefing papers and slideshows won’t cut it)
1030Lynelle BriggsAPS CommissionerCitizen-centric public engagement *
1040Martin Stewart-WeekseGovernment Head CISCONew models of public governance in The Connected Republic
1055Dr Owen CameronProgram Manager, CCRSPI (Climate Change Research Strategy for Primary Industry) Coordinator, Primary Industry Adaptation Research NetworkNew media and NRM policy consultation – meeting, listening and hearing to enhance service delivery
Break and networking
1120Professor Brian FitzgeraldProfessor of Intellectual Property and Innovation, QUTCopyright Strategies for Government 2.0
1130Peter McEvoyExecutive Producer Q&AOld media/New media – tools for political engagement
1145Minister Tanner

Minister Ludwig

Minister for Finance and Deregulation

Special Minister of State and Cabinet Secretary

The Rudd Government and the Government 2.0 agenda

1250Justin FreemanAgilewareBringing Web 2.0 to Defence and other Government agencies
1255Zachary ZeusBizCubedOpen Tools for Open Government
1300Raul VeraEngineering Manager, GeospatialVictorian bushfires case study: Lessons learned for online public engagement
1315Nerida HartLWACase study: Knowledge for Regional Natural Resource Management program
1330Marghanita da CruzConsultantLocal Community Engagement 2.0
1345Reem Abdelaty & Diana MounterLocal Government Web NetworkChallenges in Local Government (NSW) with regard to Gov 2.0, community engagement and other aspects of government online
Break and networking
1410Matthew LandauerOpenAustraliaOpen access to government data, open source software in government
1425Damien DonnellyTweetMPWays of increasing civic engagement through Twitter
1430Ben SearleOffice of Spatial Data ManagementSpatial data for Gov 2.0 – the role of Government
1445Roxanne MissinghamThe Parliamentary LibraryAPH website – Federal experience of digital engagement with citizens
1500Dr Crispin ButterissBang the TableBang the Table – Local government experience with online public consultation
Afternoon tea
1525Andrew BoydIndependent consultantThe importance of user experience in Government 2.0
1540Sally RoseOpen ForumNational Human Rights Committee online forum
1555James PurserCollaborynthOpen source, Open standards, Open Government
Break and networking
1620John ShanahanCEO Colmar BruntonOnline communities – linking the citizens and customers into decision making in a totally new way.
1625Kevin CoxGreenIDIdentity by presence versus identity by name.
1630Shoaib BurqGeoLabsOpening of geographic data
1635John HainingDirector of Innovation for Michael Johnson AssociatesHelping government understand the Web 2.0 needs of businesses.
1640Mark SpainGlobal LearningCommunity participation in building a sustainable future.
1645Tom WorthingtonAdjunct Senior Lecturer at the ANUm-Government 2.0 – Making government accessible online on your phone
1700Senator Kate LundySenator for the ACTClosing remarks and farewell

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