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Fuelled by the Gov 2.0 movement, engagement and dialogue between the public and their government is growing at an exponential rate. The public now has the opportunity to work with their government rather than just being passive observers thanks to te

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Interested in public service? What could possibly be the best way to get insight into what matters to our fellow citizens? And to get a glimpse into their more passionate concerns and brilliant ideas for how to solve challenges in society? Meet them

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Join us to expand your public service design toolkit and explore how/why co-production can help us transition to a world where communities and citizens spearhead the changes most relevant to their needs, with the support of government policy. In a nu

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The Center for Public Service at PSU's Mark O. Hatfield School of Government holds that serving the public interest is important and doing it well is imperative. We support programs aimed at renewing the greater good, advancing the ideals of citizens

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November 10, 2014

The Center for Public Service at PSU's Mark O. Hatfield School of Government holds that serving the public interest is important and doing it well is imperative. We support programs aimed at renewing the greater good, advancing the ideals of citizens

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Public servants, active citizens
September 13, 2013

Interested in public service? What could possibly be the best way to get insight into what matters to our fellow citizens? And to get a glimpse into their more passionate concerns and brilliant ideas for how to solve challenges in society? Meet them

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SCIPSers
July 26, 2013

Join us to expand your public service design toolkit and explore how/why co-production can help us transition to a world where communities and citizens spearhead the changes most relevant to their needs, with the support of government policy. In a nu

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February 24, 2012

Fuelled by the Gov 2.0 movement, engagement and dialogue between the public and their government is growing at an exponential rate. The public now has the opportunity to work with their government rather than just being passive observers thanks to te

354
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