"eGov" tag

Utah.gov saves $61m through online service delivery

The State of Utah has been well regarded for a number of years for its portal at Utah.gov, and the University of Utah’s Center for Public Policy and Administration has recently completed a study to quantify the financial benefit of delivering these online government services. The results – based on just nine online services from over 1,200 available at Utah.gov – found a total of $61 million saved over five years.

kheira belkacem

eDemocracy in Botswana – connecting citizens and leaders

Botswana, like many African countries, has a strong history of traditional tribal leadership and administration. Kheira Belkacem from the eGovlab at the University of Stockholm is leading the Botswana Speaks project to enable citizens, traditional leaders and local kgotla assemblies in four constituencies of Botswana to use digital tools to share their views and policy concerns with their elected representatives.

David Eaves

OECD e-Leaders 2012: From e-Gov to OpenGov

David Eaves was special guest keynote at the OECD High Level Meeting on e-Government held in Mexico City on 26-27 March 2012.  This National e-Leaders gathering focused on ‘New ICT Solutions for Public…

Salem Al Shair Al Suwaidi

eGovernment in the United Arab Emirates

  In the first of Gov 2.0 Radio’s Country Profile interviews, we look at connected government in the United Arab Emirates. Host Allison Hornery is joined by Salem Al Shair Al Suwaidi, the…


Gov 2.0 Radio is 3 years young!

Join Gov 2.0 Radio for two special episodes to celebrate our third birthday Gov 2.0 finding its voice: G2R third birthday (pt 1) In the first of this 2-part program, the new G2R…

Jeanne Holm

Data, Gov and the W3C

Join us for a conversation with Jeanne Holm, Evangelist for data.gov and Chair of the W3C eGovernment Interest Group.  We chat about some of the innovative ways in which data is being used…

Legistar Long Beach

An E-Gov Approach to Legislative Data

We talk to Granicus and City of Long Beach about the ROI of going digital and cloud with municipal legislative data. We also talk about Granicus’ approach to open data and its acquisition…

Goldy Kamali

Fedscoop Gets Fresh

FedScoop CEO Goldy Kamali and Luke Fretwell, publisher of GovFresh, share their thoughts on government tech trends, talk about FedScoop.tv, and expand on the Luke’s new role with FedScoop. How you can use…

Chris Vein - WEGO

The new World e-Governments Organization

San Francisco CIO Chris Vein and Allison Hornery of CivicTEC join us for a wrap of the Inaugural General Assembly of the World e-Governments Organization of Cities and Local Governments, held early September…

Larry Freed

Gov on the Web – Measuring Success

A conversation with Larry Freed, CEO of ForeSee Results about customer satisfaction with web sites, and the analytics firm’s quarterly eGov survey that measures improvement across 106 federal web sites. Is social media…

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