Government 2.0 represents everyone, made for the people, by the people. It provides an amazing medium for collaborating together, leveraging technology to bridge the gap between governments and constituents.
There is nothing worse than finding something wrong in your city, or simply not knowing what is going on. Government 2.0 brings people together by making it simple to find out announcements by the city, or reporting an issue, without having to worry about submitting it to the wrong department.
Born out of a collective thirst for more interaction with government in trying economic times, Government 2.0 gives us what we need--the ability to tell our government our needs, and have them easily respond.