The government has launched another web site aimed at gathering ideas to contribute to forthcoming policy, this time on spending cuts.
The Spending Challenge site follows the same format as the government's previous foray into crowdsourcing with its Your Freedom site launched to help citizens voice their opinions on restoring civil liberties, repealing unnecessary laws and doing away with excessive business regulation.
"The Spending Challenge is your chance to help shape the way government works," reads a statement on the site.
"We need to reduce the deficit by cutting public spending in a way that is fair and responsible - and you can help."
People can rate and create ideas on how to reduce the deficit, and the site is split into 'latest ideas', 'highest rated' and 'ideas with most comments'.
Visitors can also navigate the site by clicking on one of the tags on the right hand site of the home page.
"It could be something small that is quick and easy to put into action, or a more radical change to where and how government works. Either way, please be as specific as you can," the statement continues.
"If you see ideas here already that you like the look of, then rate them and get them moved up the list. And if there's more you'd like to say, then talk to others in the comments section."
The best ideas will be used by the government in its upcoming Spending Review, the conclusions of which will be published on 20 October.
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