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Gov 2.0 Radio


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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

On-Demand Episodes

Join us for a discussion with Michael P McDonald and Micah Altman of the Public Mapping Project, which is an organization that is using open source software to enable people to create their own redistricting maps and send them to local... more

Our guest this week is Mark Headd to chat about civic innovation - hacking, start-ups and what Governments can do to encourage local action. Mark is a writer, speaker and thought leader on communication technologies and open... more

Kevin Curry, founder of CityCamp, talks about Brigade, the new civic tech organizing program he's heading up for Code for America.

In the final Gov 2.0 Radio episode for 2011, we chat with Nathaniel Heller, the founder and Executive Director of Global Integrity about the Open Government Partnership, and the innovative Networking Mechanism that aims to connect... more

Join Adriel Hampton and Allison Hornery as we talk with Cook County deputy director of new media Sebastian James regarding the launch of

Fresh off International Open Data Day, Allison Hornery and I join Steve Spiker, IT director for the Urban Strategies Council in Oakland, California, to talk about open data's role in taking on urban poverty. Steve explains that the cost of... more

Join the G2R team as we chat with David Eaves, one of the organisers of the 2011 International Open Data Day Hackathon on December 3.

A conversation with Michael Lenczner

A conversation with Russ Wallace, founder of CivicSponsor, about his startup for allowing anyone to make tax-deductible contributions to public works projects in their towns.

Join Allison Hornery and Adriel Hampton for a discussion with Julian Carver, a founding member of Open NZ - bringing citizens and government together around open data standards. Julian also talks about the two devestating quakes in the... more
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