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Open these: links for open policy makers (week 23)

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Welcome to Open these, a regular post dedicated to the blogs, reports and discussions from the week we think open policy practitioners will enjoy.

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Check out the Guardian Public livechat on using social media in the public sector (part of a wider series - see also our own Paul Maltby on 'why I tweet and who I follow'!)

Jessica Bland for Nesta looks at how crowdfunding and peer support infrastructures could transform healthcare.

Nick Charney on the future of policy work.

Jo Casebourne of Nesta reports back from the OECD conference on public sector innovation.

Rowena from Delib blogs about the work they've been doing with BIS on their sharing economy consultation (via Joanna Blackburn).

How a whole HMRC team got involved in user testing a project.

Dominic from Futuregov on how he's been helping New South Wales to use service prototypes in procurement (HT Giulio!)

Deloitte on government in 2020 - explore drivers and trends.

Harvard Business Review on how labs are helping governments to innovate (via Jonathan Coburn)

Stephen Morris from the Public Service Transformation Network blogs on what we mean by 'evidence'.



Tweets of the week


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