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.
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 ’90s managed a 1,000 member “Reinventing Government” listserv, is working on an unconference around the forthcoming Open Government Directive.
Hosts Adriel Hampton and Steve Lunceford discuss enterprise knowledge management and Web 2.0 with Scott Ryser, CEO of Yakabod.
Join federal Web developer Scott Horvath for a lively discussion of the U.S. Geographical Surveyâ€™s Web initiatives, including â€œDid You Feel That?â€ and the Twitter Earthquake Detector (TED) project. With hosts Adriel Hampton, Steve Ressler and Steve Lunceford.
A discussion about Gov 2.0 and public service with Canadian govie and blogger Nick Charney and hosts Adriel Hampton, Steve Ressler and Steve Lunceford.
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. As GovLoop nears 20,000 members, we discuss how real collaboration between local, state and federal govies is catalyzing reform. Hear about new developments and initiatives on the network thatâ€™s helping make Gov 2.0 a reality. Joining the discussion will be Scott Burns of GovDelivery; Meghan Harvey, co-producer of Gov 2.0 Radio and new media producer for WomenCount.org; and Gov 2.0 Radio co-host and GovTwit founder Steve Lunceford.
Alan Silberberg, Nisha Chittal and Jim Gilliam on Congress Camp and the future of Gov 2.0 and the federal legislature. Find out more at http://congresscamp.org. Hosted by Steve Lunceford, Steve Ressler and Adriel Hampton.
A Masters in Gov 2.0: Join us as we talk with Yasmin Fodil and Anna York of the Harvard Kennedy School and WeTheGoverati.WordPress.com about their call for Government 2.0 projects for public policy students. Weâ€™ll also discuss the Gov 2.0 Summit and Expo.
Listen to co-hosts Steve Ressler of GovLoop and Steve Lunceford of GovTwit discuss Rethinking Conference Learning. Conferences have existed forever but there are new ways that conferences are collaborating and capturing knowledge. Hear from Andy Krzmarzick as he discusses the Open Government Innovations Tweetbook. Ken Fischer of the Potomac Forum will talk about his upcoming August 26-27 Gov 2.0 Best Practices Forums and some ways they hope to capture best practices.
We discuss the challenges of turning from strict hierarchies to collaborative culture, with guest Gwynne Kostin, a federal new media practitioner and publisher of the blog “On Dot-Gov.”
Join us for a conversation with Mary Davie, Assistant Commissioner of GSAâ€™s Office of Assisted Acquisition Services, and Noel Dickover of DoDTechipedia, about bringing government acquisition services into the digital age.
We talk with City of San Francisco CTO Blair Adams, SF innovations manager Jay Nath, and Web developer Tom Croucher about the open access to government data.
We discuss collaboration and governmental culture change with Maxine Teller of MiXT Media Strategies and Nova Scotian city administrator Bob Ashley.
Dr. Mark Drapeau and Dick O’Neill join us to discuss upcoming Gov 2.0 events in the nation’s capitol.
We talk with Justin Herman of the Beltway and David Tallen of Ontario, Canada, about the promise and pitfalls of Gov 2.0, waxing philosophical, we hope.
We talk Gov 2.0, feed aggregation and community building with Silona and GovFresh’s Luke Fretwell.
Join a freewheeling discussion of the transformational power of Gov 2.0, with author/consultant David Stephenson, and Scott Burns of e-government solutions provider GovDelivery. Stephenson offers insights into the management style of new U.S. CIO Vivek Kundra.
Gov 2.0 Radio hosts Lauren Vargas and Lindy Kyzer in a discussion of how the modern military is using Web 2.0 tools to fulfill its mission.
Joining us to talk about using social media and new technology in a local and state government context are communications specialist Cara Keithley and consultant and social media trailblazer Steve Radick.
Guests Andrew P. Wilson and of the Health and Human Services social media team and civil servant and Health 2.0 enthusiast Dan Deakin will talk about using Web 2.0 to educate and respond to health emergencies, as well as to collaborate and share knowledge.
We talk with Overtone VP Neil Patil and Gov 2.0 consultant Peter Corbett about enabling collaborative government using Web 2.0 tools.
Government 2.0 means increased transparency, open data and collaboration. Join us for a free-wheeling discussion with Craig Newmark, founder of Craigslist, and Marilyn Clark from the Federal Web Managers Social Media Sub-Council.
Join us for a discussion Gov 2.0 and social media practices around the world, with Ari Herzog, Andrew Krzmarzick and Jeffrey Levy.
Alan Black (@AFPADude on Twitter), Chief for Public Affairs Force Management for the USAF & Dave Faggard Chief, New Media and Emerging Technology at Office of the Secretary of the Air Force for Public Affairs joins Gov 2.0 Radio to talk about why social media is playing a bigger role in the Air Forceâ€™s communications efforts.
GovLoop founder Steve Ressler and Adriel Hampton will be joined by Clay Johnson, Director of Sunlight Labs (@cjoh on Twitter). To discuss Sunlight’s Apps for America Contest, lus much more!
Andrea Baker is a Renaissance woman, geek grrl and director of Enterprise 2.0 for Navstar. She’s also a Gov 2.0 junkie and has worked with the federal government since 1994. Liz Rosas is e-Gov program manager for the County of Santa Clara and a member of the Federal Web Managers Social Media Subcouncil.
GovLoop founder Steve Ressler and Steve Lunceford of GovTwit and BearingPoint along with host Adriel Hampton will be joined by Jeffrey Levy, EPA Web Manager, Federal Web Managers Council and Social Media Subcouncil Co-Chair (@LevyJ413 on Twitter). Join them! Be sure and DM @meghan1018 on Twitter with your number ahead of time if you plan on calling in.
GovLoop founder Steve Ressler and Steve Lunceford of GovTwit and BearingPoint along with host Adriel Hampton will be chatting it up with the folks behind TweetCongress, Chris McCroskey, Wynn Netherland.
GovLoop founder Steve Ressler and Steve Lunceford of GovTwit and BearingPoint in conversation with O’Reilly Media’s Tim O’Reilly. Adriel Hampton hosting, with special guests Sally Lieber, three-term Assemblywoman from Silicon Valley, and Michael Russell on DC’s upcoming Gov 2.0 Camp. O’Reilly will be taking listener calls.
Free-wheeling Government 2.0 discussion with hosts Steve Ressler and Adriel Hampton, guest host Ari Herzog, guests Alan W. Silberberg (You2Gov.org), Steve Radick (BAH social media lead), Andrea Baker of Navstar and Maxine Teller of MiXT Media Strategies live from SXSW, Jeffrey Levy and Marilyn Clark from the Federal Web Manager’s Council and Social Media Subcouncil, and social media expert Michael J Russell.