Gov 2.0 Radio was called “the podcast of a movement.”
Founded in early 2009, Gov 2.0 Radio quietly grew to be one of the preeminent Internet sources on all things “connected government”… e-gov, gov 2.0 and open gov.
Our audience includes technologists, bureaucrats and government change-makers looking to improve how our governments function through the smart application of connective technology and the communication potential of new media.
G2R has now evolved to GovCampus.co – where thought leaders, decision makers and innovators hear what each other have to say on important trends, and and we still aim to help a much wider community inside and outside government to “find their voice” around their passions and concerns for connected government.
It’s about the voices of connected government
At the new GovCampus, we still believe it’s important that government practitioners, civic leaders and public innovators are part of an ongoing conversation about how to make government more consultative, participatory and transparent, and how to leverage the views, knowledge, skills and resources of the wider community in creating a more connected public sphere.
To make sense of this, we talk about everything ’2.0′ as an integral part of connected government. Now, GovCampus aims to play a wider role in mobilizing ‘social knowledge’ in support of the public sector as well as innovation in the public space.
This Gov 2.0 Radio archive of thought leader podcasts will remain available in its current form as well as being re-mixed and curated as part of GovCampus.