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About Connected Government
Connected Government
About Connected Government

Chesterfield County fully supports openness in government. The concept of openness is integral to the definition of Web 2.0. As a result of this effort we are embracing Government 2.0 guiding practices. The potential for Government 2.0 is both real and exciting, technology-wise. We can now efficiently enable a government that is transparent, participatory, collaborative, and effective.

Government 2.0 is symbolic for attempts to apply the social networking and integration advantages of Web 2.0 to the practice of government. Government 2.0 is an attempt to provide more effective processes for government service delivery to individuals and businesses. Integration of tools such as wikis, development of government-specific social networking sites and the use of blogs, RSS feeds among others are all helping governments provide information to people in a manner that is more immediately useful to the people concerned.

Another concept being supported is the use of sites like Digg and Del.icio.us to discover and share content from anywhere on the Internet, by submitting links and stories, and voting and commenting on submitted links and stories.

Get Connected MenuAccess the "site tools" menu which is available in the upper right hand corner of the content area and selecting a choice from the 'Get Connected' menu section. These links are provided to promote the sharing and discussion of the content contained within our site with other interested or involved parties.

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