Category: Open data

Lab+: Potential future states for government service delivery

An overview of the Lab+ work outcomes through the useful lens of a life event: to build some experimental future states for government service delivery, built entirely around the user’s needs. Continue reading Lab+: Potential future states for government service delivery

Status update on Lab+: the final sprint!

Hi all, we are in the final sprint for our Lab+ experiment in exploring new models of government service delivery on the back of “government as a platform”. You can backread the journey to date using the LabPlus tag on this blog. This has been a short, sharp 12-week initiative and we’ll be wrapping it up and writing it up by 30 … Continue reading Status update on Lab+: the final sprint!

Help shape the way NZ opens up and manages open government data and information

Open Data NZ at Land Information New Zealand is now calling out to anyone interested in sharing your thoughts about these principles and how they might be implemented. Continue reading Help shape the way NZ opens up and manages open government data and information

Should New Zealand adopt the International Open Data Charter?

Land Information New Zealand recently began a public engagement programme about New Zealand adopting the International Open Data Charter and would like to hear your views on the idea. Continue reading Should New Zealand adopt the International Open Data Charter?

Coming soon: 2nd Open Source Open Society conference

OS // OS is a professional development opportunity for managers and teams across agencies working on policy development, using open data for policy research and decision making, government ICT, technology, open government and civic engagement. Continue reading Coming soon: 2nd Open Source Open Society conference