More and more people are sharing what they own, reusing what they have, and working together where they can. Citizen participation, social entrepreneurship and environmental responsibility have become increasingly common than in the last decades. For governmental organisations this leads to the question how they can jump on the bandwagon. And also, what are the remaining tasks for governments? What do citizens expect from a government when they are more self-organised? And are there people left out and forgotten when new networks and partnerships arise?