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Government 2.0 Club

Government 2.0 Club is an informal organization focused on convening the tribe of technologists and thinkers focused on applying social technologies to the governments worldwide.

Location: Washington DC
Members: 1998
Latest Activity: Aug 25

What is Government 2.0?

Please Note: The comments and activity related to defining "Gov 2.0" have been moved to a discussion forum entitled What is the definition of "Gov 2.0"?.

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Comment by GovLoop on March 24, 2014 at 9:26am

Can someone help Kimberly - she's looking for examples of website governance docs ?

Comment by Julia Begley on July 9, 2013 at 2:17pm
Google Apps Collaboration area now open on OMB's MAX!
To help encourage info exchange and collaboration for those of us in Google Apps for Government, I've created a collaboration space in the MAX Federal Community 'E-Government Community' with the main page as Google Apps Collaboration and a scripting discussion forum at Google Apps Script Forum.
This grew out of the need within NOAA for a discussion space - which ironically cannot be hosted within NOAA's Google Groups due to technical difficulties for our domain.  The benefit of having this in MAX is that it also allows cross-GAFG domain and outside GAFG participation.
As with any discussion forum or collaboration platform, this is what we make of it.  I hope it proves useful.
Comment by Joshua Ladick on June 13, 2013 at 10:07am

The State of the Federal Market

It is as good a time as ever to evaluate the federal environment and draw some conclusions on the effects of the sequester. Many other factors come into play when considering the Federal Market from the perspective of a Government Contractor.

Comment by GovLoop on May 30, 2013 at 9:36am

Anyone got an example for Thomas - he's looking for a policy on sharing government photos

Comment by Catherine Upton on February 21, 2013 at 4:49pm

How is learning & technology transforming work?

Elearning! is hosting a study on this important subject. We invite you to share your view with us at:

Your responses will be strictly confidential and tabulated with hundreds of others. Each participant will receive an executive summary upon completion.

Thank you for your participation!

Comment by GovLoop on February 12, 2013 at 8:30am

Great key opening at

The Office of Citizen Services and Innovative Technologies (OCSIT) of the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) is seeking a highly skilled software developer/data architect/project manager with a passion for open data and innovation and track record of success to lead major technical development for the next generation of is the a flagship open data program under  President Obama's Open Government Initiative and the White House Strategy for Digital Government, providing access to data from across the agencies of the Federal Government.  The candidate will be the senior technical expert, software developer, and open source project manager for, and will  lead technical evolution of, including adoption of application programming interfaces (APIs), greater automation of discovery and publication of agency datasets, as well as the continued movement toward more open source software.  


Comment by Andrew Krzmarzick on January 22, 2013 at 9:06am

It is time to abandon the term "Government 2.0"? So asks Craig Thomler, an early Gov 2.0 global leader.

Comment by Carla Briceno on January 6, 2013 at 7:24pm

Interested in learning Drupal? If so, please join us for a full-day course to ramp up on Saturday, January 12th in Fairfax: Drupal-in-a-Day

Comment by GovLoop on November 19, 2012 at 8:10am

Wordpress just announced their new web pages for cities - what do you think?

Comment by Steve Cottle on November 9, 2012 at 10:46am

Do you know what Gov 2.0 looks like in other countries? Craig shares some updates on Gov 2.0 in Asia:


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