Take-up of mobile technology is growing exponentially, right across the world, and citizens are turning to their smartphones and portable gadgets to connect with government.  M-everything is also helping to escalate the innovations of e-gov, gov 2.0 and open gov, and taking good government to the streets.  
Now you can tune in to a range of conversations about how government practitioners and others are meeting this challenge.
Examples of themes to be explored include:
• m-Services
• m-Infrastructure
• m-Apps

Gwynne Kostin

Mobile Gov

Tune in for a conversation with Gwynne Kostin from the U.S. General Services Administration about new innovations in m-gov and the programs being developed by the GSA to support agencies in delivering of…


Mobile Citizen Summit, sf.govfresh and SFOpen 2011

Talking Mobile and Mayors: Julie Germany and Lovisa Williams talk about the first Mobile Citizen Summit, and Luke Fretwell and Brian Purchia chat about the new sf.GovFresh and the SFOpen 2011 mayoral forum. How…

Major Juanita Chang

U.S. Army Social and Mobile

Social Media for the Warfighter: Join a discussion with Major Juanita Chang, U.S. Army Director, Online and Social Media Division, Office of the Chief of Public Affairs, and Matt MacLaughlin from SCoE Mobile, where…


Mobile Mission Control

Organizing Your Crowd: Joe Edelman, founder of Groundcrew, and Joseph Porcelli of Neighbors for Neighbors join Gov 2.0 Radio for a discussion of the Groundcrew technology, which allows organizers to use smartphones, Twitter…

Chief Richard Price

A Mobile App to Save Lives

Be A Hero: Richard Price, chief of the San Ramon Valley Fire Protection District, shares the latest on a new app that links trained volunteers with heart attack victims using GPS-enabled smart phones….

Round Rock Texas

Local Gov – Mobile and Social

Brooks Bennett, technology specialist for the City of Round Rock, TX, joins Gov 2.0 Radio discussion of how this medium-sized city uses low-cost technologies and agile development processes to engage with citizens and…

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