Over at GovLoop, Benjamin Strong is mad as hell. Workers in Federal Agencies are still forbidden from using most of the new social media tools. This means they can't participate in the pro- part of prosumer. Mutatis mutandis they're going to face problems launching anything virtual world-ish, be it MMPOG or MSPOG. It's not impossible, its just that anything they do will require approval from way up top - which defeats the value of open production.
One of the more reasonable grounds for opposing the expansion of government influence is the repeated experience that government actors, exposed to the political winds, tend to build houses of stone. As technology unleashes its earthquakes with increasing frequency, stone goes from being a nice protection from the howling wolves to a rather vulnerable crypt-in-the-making.