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Douglas Carswell is an optimist. In fact, the more pessimistic the the world seems the more optimistic he becomes. This is not because Carswell celebrates the busted state of western living; instead he believes the quicker the status quo cracks … Continue reading
Yesterday Rohan Silva announced that Jimmy Wales – the founder of Wikipedia – will be advising Government on #CrowdGov. Or to quote a Whitehall spokesman: “He will advise Government on developing innovative new ways technology can be used to give … Continue reading
How can the state simultaneously cut budgets, provide better services, and promote growth? “By adopting an Open Government mindset”.
All truth passes through three stages, said the philosopher Schopenhauer. First, it is ridiculed. Second, it is violently opposed. Third, it is accepted as being self-evident. Just over a week ago the Financial Times paraphrased the formula I have been … Continue reading
This Tuesday (15th March) the Public Administration Select Committee (PASC) held its second evidence session as part of it’s Inquiry into the Government’s use of IT. It is beginning to seem like open season on ‘the Government’s use of IT’, … Continue reading