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No 1: Towards Interactive Government

Tweet The communication revolution that we’ve undergone in recent years has two big impacts: It changes what’s possible. It makes creating networks between people across organisations easier; it opens new ways for communication between citizens and state; it gives everyone … Continue reading

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A politically cross-cutting demand for innovation?

Tweet We’re taking the political innovation project forward because there are people on all sides of the political dartboard who have a general belief in the positive potential of interactivity. This project will demonstrate that there is a community of … Continue reading

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