John Klossner

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Anytime, anywhere and anyone's guess

A couple of recent cartoons have targeted the federal government's development and implementation of a digital strategy.

First, as covered in this piece, was the strategy itself. To put it simply, to enable users to access the federal government anytime, anywhere, on any device. And with any project, there will always be a question about budgeting.

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Then, as covered in this article, Commerce officials asked for user input on which two items they should focus on completing for the first Digital Government Strategy deadline this past August. While user input is becoming a larger and larger part of decision-making, I always wonder where the logical conclusion will be.

Klossner Crowdsourcing

Posted on Sep 27, 2012 at 12:19 PM


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