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Enterprise IT, Opinion - Wednesday, November 13, 2013 8:46 - 9 Comments
This article is by Craig Thomler, the managing director of digital democracy company Delib Australia and New Zealand, which provides some tools in competition with SurveyMonkey. Thomler is one of Australia’s foremost experts on eGovernment and Government 2.0 issues. It first appeared on Thomler’s popular blog, eGov AU, and is replicated here with his permission.
opinion I’ve had an interesting and robust conversation online in the last day regarding how Australian councils and governments are using overseas services like SurveyMonkey to collect information from citizens and residents.
It’s no secret that SurveyMonkey in particular is widely used, with other tools like SurveyGizmo and Wufoo also used by many Australian councils and governments to collect personal information from citizens in consultations. I think these are great tools – well-made and cost-effective. In the past, I have also encouraged and supported their use.
However every council and agency using them needs to be very careful in doing so. Continue…
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