Monthly Archives: May 2009

31 05, 2009

Open Government Dialogue: First Look at Site Activity and User Adoption

By | May 31st, 2009|E-participation, Events, Research|5 Comments

As mentioned a few days ago, the past week saw the first round of the Open Government Dialogue, a three-phased e-participation initiative launched by the White House that aims to gather public input for the crafting of the Open Government Directive. From their May 21 announcement: Today we are kicking off an unprecedented process for [...]

28 05, 2009

Open Government Dialogue: “Create an Open Government Project Directory and Knowledge Base”

By | May 28th, 2009|Events, Ideas|6 Comments

As the first phase of the Open Government Dialogue is almost drawing to a close, here's Intellitics' humble contribution (as posted a couple of days ago): Create an Open Government project directory and knowledge base The basic idea is to make sure that any important information about past, current or upcoming government projects or programs in the [...]

12 05, 2009

National Civic League 2.0

By | May 12th, 2009|Events|0 Comments

Back in November 2000, I attended "Wired for Civic Engagement: Using New Technology to Build Community," the National Civic League's 106th National Conference on Governance in Washington, D.C. From the press release: National Civic League Conference to Explore Technology's Effect on Democracy and Community DENVER - July 12, 2000 - "Wired for Civic Engagement: Using [...]

6 05, 2009

Intellitics Endorses Core Principles for Public Engagement

By | May 6th, 2009|About, Public Participation, Resources|4 Comments

Back in February, the National Coalition for Dialogue and Deliberation (NCDD), along with a number of other established associations and organization in the field of dialogue, conflict resolution and public participation, launched a collaborative effort to craft a set of principles for public engagement that would inform the Open Government Directive currently being worked on by [...]