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From the
chapter reading, we learned that crowdsourcing can be a very valuable tool for promoting and developing three main pillars of an open government.
According to the Executive Office of the President (2009), Open Government Directive, crowdsourcing ideas in the public sector identifies and defines those three pillars as?
Q1: What are the three (3) pillars of an open government?
name and provide a brief narrative for each pillar to support your response,
provide substantive feedback to
three
of your colleagues DF work,
DO NOT Copy and Paste Responses Directly
from the
textbooks and any other digital Internet sources, its Verbatim!
1.25 points earned for correctly addressing ALL of the above.
5504WK8b: Chapter Discussion Forum.
Looking through the chapter we learned that
crowdsourcing was a valuable component that promotes and develops the pillars of participation and collaboration in an open government (Lukensmeyer andTorres,
2008;
Hilgers and Ihl,
2010;
and Nam,
2012).
On the same context, there were three tiers associated with the development of a high-level framework by Hilgers and Ihl (2010)
that enhance the application of citizen sourcing by government agencies.
Q#2: What are the three (3) tiers?
name them and provide a brief narrative for each tier to support your response,
provide substantive feedback to
three
of your colleagues DF work,
DO NOT Copy and Paste Responses Directly
from the
textbooks and any other digital Internet sources, its Verbatim!
1.25 points earned for correctly addressing ALL of the above.