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lewis-shepherd

Gov 2.0 – Losing the Crutch of Technology

A conversation with Lewis Shepherd, CTO of Microsoft Institute for Advanced Technology in Governments. How you can use this episode Listen to the episode Share and feedback You can use the social sharing…

SCF Tucson

SeeClickFix and the City of Tucson

Discussing citizen engagement, Gov 2.0, and quality of life issues with SeeClickFix CEO Ben Berkowitz and Andrew Greenhill, mayor’s chief of staff in Tucson. City of Tucson is rolling out a new mobile…

Dustin Haisler

Manor, TX – Local Government Innovation

Guest Dustin Haisler, CIO of Manor, Texas, discusses Manor Labs and local government innovation. Laurel Ruma of O’Reilly Media also joins us at the top of the hour. How you can use this…

david hale

Health 2.0 and “Coopetition”

In conversation with David Hale about the Pillbox project, and brainstorming the future of gov. Feature image courtesy Medicine 2.0 How you can use this episode Listen to the episode Share and feedback…

keyhole

“Getting Big Things Done in Government”

We host a conversation with Bill Eggers and John O’Leary, authors of the new reform treatise If We Can Put a Man on the Moon: Getting Big Things Done in Government. Eggers in…

road

Doing It Your Way

We join Jill Miller Zimon (Pepper Pike, Ohio) and Ari Herzog (Newburyport, Mass.), both newly elected to their city councils, to discuss campaigns and personal and community empowerment in the social media era….

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Fix It?

We discuss what’s working and what’s not in government with retired career fed Stephen Buckley and collaboration consultant Brian Drake. Drake is planning the Government 2.0 #FAIL workshop, while Buckley, who in the…

Scott Ryser

Creating Collaboration in Secure Environments

We discuss enterprise knowledge management and Web 2.0 with Scott Ryser, CEO of Yakabod. How you can use this episode Listen to the episode Share and feedback You can use the social sharing…

Scott Horvath

Shaking Gov 2.0 Ground

Join federal Web developer Scott Horvath for a lively discussion of the U.S. Geographical Survey’s Web initiatives, including “Did You Feel That?” and the Twitter Earthquake Detector (TED) project. How you can use…

Steve-Ressler

Growing GovLoop

It was a big week for Gov 2.0 Radio co-host Steve Ressler, as his social network, GovLoop, joined G2C communications provider GovDelivery and Steve left the feds to manage the community full time….

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