The Making Mobile Gov project was a three phase multi-media project created by the MobileGov Community of Practice to help federal agencies discover, discuss and design a citizen-centric path to mobile government services and information. Held during the summer 2011, this project served three strategic goals:
Educate—provide resources for mobile evangelists to help inform decision makers on (1) the criticality of investing in mobile gov to provide public services and (2) the opportunities in leveraging cross-agency strategies.
Develop Resources—create an online resource to share information, policies, technology, and other innovations for agencies to accelerate their mobile efforts.
Build Mobile Gov Community—take advantage of current tools—wikis, online discussion tools, social media—to leverage knowledge, experience, and tools across agency boundaries and to respond to rapid changes in technology and adoption.