Tag Archives for Obama

Bread and Games 2.0 (guest article)

This is a guest post by Sebastian Haselbeck. I recently wrote a critical comment on Philipp’s blog entry on a note by Ed Felten. Click here to read the original blog post. It dealt with the understanding of open government … Continue reading

19. April 2009 by Sebastian Haselbeck
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Putting Obama’s Transparency Guidelines to the Test

(written by Emilene Martinez, the National Security Archives, Washington DC and LNS-Guestblogger) I started working at the National Security Archive in 2001 requesting information related to US foreign policy in Latin America to one of the most secretive administrations in … Continue reading

17. April 2009 by Philipp
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Vivek Kundra does no Evil

Vivek Kundra, the new CIO (not CTO) of the Obama adminstration is a big fan of SaaS (Software as a Service), Web 2.0, etc. He is famous for having moved the DC Government to Gmail. Maybe it is time to … Continue reading

06. March 2009 by Philipp
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Open Government and the TPC Framework

About 10 days ago, Barak Obama published the following memo. It is a must-read. His TPC Framework (transparency, participation, collaboration) reminds us that the three need to play together if we want to make networked governance work. MEMORANDUM FOR THE … Continue reading

13. February 2009 by Philipp
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