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Barbara-Chiara Ubaldi

The ongoing eGovernment evolution

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 OECD’s eGovernment unit, explains that there is much work still to be done to bring eGovernment into the daily work of the public sector.


Participatory budgeting for genuine citizen engagement

In the countdown to the OGP2012 forum in Brasilia, Tiago Peixoto from the World Bank Institute’s ICT4Gov program discusses the value, opportunities and challenges of participatory budgeting.

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…

Stephen Hood

Taking the Neighborhood to Your Smartphone

Civic tech startup Blockboard aims to reconnect and enhance neighborhoods through smartphone technology, putting messaging, city services and local news together in a fun social format. It’s live now in San Francisco’s eclectic…


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…

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….

Pillbox app

Future Health

Join us for a fast-paced discussion with Walter Luh and Gilbert Guerrero of Ansca Mobile discussing their new Pillbox app for iPhone and Android, and Andrew Wilson of SAMHSA on health mashups and…

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