Leadership

Sweet Gov Conference Tweets – Open Government & Innovations Conference (#OGI) – Part 7 Final

July 22, 2009 continued 1:00 pm PacificFleet: RT @FlexPlexico: Don’t complain about social media policy unless you’re willing to change it – http://govsocmed.pbworks.com/ #ogi 1:01 pm US_EUCOM: Looking forward to the panel on Measuring the Impact of Social Media. #ogi 1:03 pm washingtronic: lol @Dave_Ferguson: [email protected] Fed hiring process IS onerous, in the way thatRead… Read more »

Sweet Gov Conference Tweets – Open Government & Innovations Conference (#OGI) – Part 6

July 22, 2009 continued 9:00 am kayawalton: Shea: Acknowledge on-network (twitter etc) and off-network (site, RSS) communications #ogi 9:00 am USMSOffice: Identity Assurance & Privacy Panel: re info sharing- what if info is inaccurate? #ogi 9:01 am dlblack: FEMA use of social media is perfect example of mission first, tools to implement mission second #ogiRead… Read more »

Sweet Gov Conference Tweets – Open Government & Innovations Conference (#OGI) – Part 5

July 21, 2009 continued 4:00 pm ScottHorvath: RT @krazykriz: Q for Kundra: What’s your plan to encourage orgs to unblock sites like @GovLoop where gov is collabing transparently? #ogi 4:00 pm krazykriz: More on the “digital landfill” w/all the data – is a new competency the ability to dig and discover gems? Mining in theRead… Read more »

Sweet Gov Conference Tweets – Open Government & Innovations Conference (#OGI) – Part 4

July 21, 2009 continued 12:00 pm topperge: As we go to real time services, also need real time security for security clearances, not a clipboard survey #OGI (via @paula_thrasher) 12:00 pm web20blog: Transparency as a way to bring about believe something david weinberger #ogi #gov20 12:00 pm csukach: Dr. David Weinberger speaking now #ogi 12:00Read… Read more »

Sweet Gov Conference Tweets – Open Government & Innovations Conference (#OGI) – Part 3

July 21, 2009 continued 9:25 am marydavie: Follow @kpkfusion if you want a different perspective #ogi 9:25 am shorepoints: Following a great conversation on Social Media @ #ogi 9:25 am salemonz: O’Reilly: if it works, great; if it does not, stop doing it. We have problem with stopping things in gov’t. #ogi 9:25 am Riverbyte:Read… Read more »

Sweet Gov Conference Tweets – Open Government & Innovations Conference (#OGI) – Part 2

July 21, 2009 Continued 8:30 am jrick: Not sure where to focus attention: On speaker, on his PPT, on TwitterBerry, or on huge live-Tweet screens flanking speaker? #ogi #add 8:30 am civictec: RT @GovTwit: RT @mixtmedia: Transparency has tremendous impact on accountability #ogi 8:30 am salemonz: Chopra: by provisioning open API we could greatly helpRead… Read more »

Sweet Gov Conference Tweets – Open Government & Innovations Conference (#OGI) – Part 1

Facilitated by the Department of Defense, the Open Government & Innovations program featured real-world case studies and insights presented by the government leaders who, themselves, are leveraging social media tools and Web 2.0 technologies to define and create a more open and innovative United States government. Held at: The Walter E. Washington Convention Center, 801Read… Read more »

Federal Eye: Energy Dept. Facilities Wasting Energy

You’d think the Energy Department would be good about saving on energy consumption, but a new internal audit suggests it has wasted millions of dollars on unnecessary energy costs that could have been avoided if temperature controls in certain facilities functioned properly. The department spent approximately $300 million to cool and heat its 9,000 facilitiesRead… Read more »

FAA Web 2.0 Strategy

Last week I released the final draft for internal agency management review through an extranet based wiki. Soon I intend to open it to other agencies and private industry comments to comply with the administration’s directive on transparent and collaborative government. I would like this to be a collaborative effort. No anonymous comments are allowed.Read… Read more »

Open Source for America: A resource for the Gov2.0 CTO and other IT decison makers

With this post I’d like to tell you a bit more about the coalition Open Source for America and why I believe it is so important for our collective future. I would also like to encourage you to join this coalition yourself. Whether you represent industry, academia, non-profit organizations or are an individual technologist thisRead… Read more »