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The voices of connected govt - e-Gov / Gov 2.0 / Open Gov for Fed, State & Local public sectors, tech leaders + civic innovators. *Hosts: Allison Hornery & John Wells *Producers: Cofluence

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Theresa Pardo is well known for her work leading the Center for Technology in Government (CTG). This discussion looks at public value and taking a portfolio approach to open government, as articulated through the CTG's Public Value... more

With the emergence of new trends like open government and open data, there is a perception by many that eGovernment is yesterday's news, and has largely been completed. In a candid conversation, Barbara-Chiara Ubaldi, head of the... more

The US Data.Gov platform now features more than 470,000 datasets from 172 agencies, as well as thematic communities representing such diverse interests as health and education through to developers and consumers. Jeanne... more

Beyond the buzz, for many agencies the journey to open government and open data is tempered by a need to see and understand the evidence of benefits. Andrew Stott, former UK Government Director of Transparency and Digital... more

In 2001 Professor Jim Hendler jointly conceptualised the semantic web along with Tim Berners-Lee and Ora Lassila. When he invented the World Wide Web, Berners-Lee always envisaged it as highly linked, and the idea of the semantic... more

Digital public sector recordkeeping is one of the unsung cornerstones in the open government and open data discussion. Dr Anne Thurston talks about past and current challenges of digital recordkeeping and preservation for government -... more

The 54 countries of the Commonwealth of Nations represents more than 2 billion people across every region of the world and a vast diversity in development and capacity. Professor Tim Unwin, well-known as UNESCO Chair in ICT4D, now... more

Open access to Government information is a key element of the open government discussion, both in policy and practice terms. Baden Appleyard shares his experience in developing and applying the Australian Government's... more

Building a culture of collaboration and participation is a key ingredient to making innovative programs work in cities. Mark Headd talks about his time with Code for America as their Head of Government Relations, and shares some of the... more

In times of austerity and change, social technologies and new forms of collaboration enable governments, industry and citizens to create new opportunities and solve problems. In part 2 of this special 2-part interview with... more
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