Free online Gov 2.0 conference Dec. 10

O'Reilly Gov 2.0 Online Conference O’Reilly Media will host a free online Gov 2.0 conference, Facing Challenges and Winning: Five Government 2.0 Examples, December 10, 9:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. (Eastern).

Overview

The Gov 2.0 Online Conference is the meeting ground for hearing about government and non-profit Gov 2.0 initiatives, learning about the people and technology, and challenging the status quo. In this half-day online conference, you’ll have the opportunity to hear from Gov 2.0 practitioners, share your ideas, ask questions, and join in a conversation with panelists and other participants, all looking to build a solid and future for Gov 2.0 trends, tools, and technologies.

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Luke Fretwell is the founder of GovFresh and a strategy consultant for CivicActions and NuCivic. More about him here. He can be reached at luke@govfresh.com.

 

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  • http://twitter.com/mheadd Mark Headd

    API key requested.  I’m particularly interested in this:

    “..[F]uture releases, the site will include APIs for receiving comment submissions from other sites.” 

    That could open up a whole range of options for people to not only review proposed regs, but to comment on them using the medium of their choice.

    Who knows – they may even get me fired up enough to pump out some language bindings for them. Wouldn’t it be cool if they had a GitHub repo with a whole mess of libraries for accessing the Regulations.gov API.

    (swoon)

  • http://twitter.com/mheadd Mark Headd

    A review of the new Regulations.gov API here - http://civic.io/2012/02/23/get-opengovernmentapis/