Tag Archives: Government Transperancy

The rise of entrepreneurial government 

Things have changed over here in the west considerably since I fist started this blog some 6 years ago (apart from the fact that I use to post a lot more often!).  Western Australia has seen a significant turn around … Continue reading

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Data, Data, Wherefore art thou Data?

I had drafted up this post some 6 months back about Open Data and access to government data as a follow-up to my post almost 5 years ago highlighting the fact that there had been no progress in this space – but … Continue reading

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Back into the thick of ‘IT’

I managed to have almost two weeks off from work for a well deserved break – but now I am back in the thick of it all.  It takes a bit of time to ‘wind up’ again – i.e. trawling … Continue reading

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Information – A key enabler to decision making

I’ve had a few thoughts bubbling away in the past month or so all related to information – and last week through a number of meetings and discussions they have come to the surface again… Access to information is a … Continue reading

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Access to Timely Government Data

Forecast = Possible Storms Ahead Following on from earlier posts (Challenge & Gov 2.0) about the importance of providing access to government data to enhance transparency and access to the information that our tax dollars have helped create / acquire … Continue reading

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Where does the money go?

Government 2.0 – here within WA it is still very much a concept.  Currently the government is very willing to produce and openly distribute information about its finances, such as the budget – but they are just digital documents that … Continue reading

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