Richard Pope posted a series of tweets linking to all the outputs from his time as a fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government. It’s some of the most sustained thinking and writing on digital government by somebody deeply involved in doing it there is, so since tweets sit at the curious intersection of the ephemeral and the permanent, it seemed worth bringing it all together. What follow are lightly edited versions of those tweets.
In part based on interviews with people from digital service groups around the world. Aims to provides teams building platforms in government with actionable guidance.
Government as a Platform – the hard problems
These are mostly bigger political/policy questions that need political capital to resolve.