Getting greater value for social media in the public sector (via Policy and Performance)

Warrington after the coming of the railway, 1851

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I had not followed Ingrid’s post before but came across this one where she discusses local government and the use of Social media (see the slideshare in her presentation) to achieve results. Check it out.

I was up in Warrington this week at NWEGG’s Social Media in the public sector conference. We heard from Liz Azyan who gave a sweeping overview of social media and also Lynne Shackley from the Information Commissioner’s Office who said cheery things like “custodial sentences” and “greater enforcement powers” but also raised some really important questions around public sector use of social media – e.g. what do we do about service requests via soci … Read More

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Filed under: Gov20, Government 2.0 Tagged: Audit and Purchasing, Communities and Local Government, communities-of-practice, Data, Economy, Government, khub, Pension, Public sector, Social media, socialmedia, Warrington
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