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Executive summary
1. Background and rationale
2. Research questions and methodology
3. A working definition of web 2.0
3.1. Different roles of proactive users
4. Research findings
4.1. The domains of usage of web 2.0 in the government context
Table 4: Domains of impact of web 2.0 on government
4.2. Web 2.0 for regulation
Figure 4: Screenshot of Peer-to-Patent
4.3. Web 2.0 for cross-agency cooperation
4.4. Web 2.0 for knowledge management
4.5. Web 2.0 for political participation and transparency
Figure 6: Screenshot of e-petitions
4.6. Web 2.0 for service provision
4.7. Web 2.0 for law enforcement
4.8. Web 2.0 for other relevant domains of government
5. A cross-analysis: answering the research questions
6. Conclusions: why and how web 2.0 in government?
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Web 2.0 in Government: Why and How ? by David Osimo

Web 2.0 in Government: Why and How ? by David Osimo



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Web 2.0 in Government: Why and How ? by David Osimo
Web 2.0 in Government: Why and How ? by David Osimo

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Published by: Erik Jonker on May 14, 2008
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