Voting Now Open for Open Government and Innovations Conference

The deadline for submissions of topics and panels has passed and voting on the submissions is now open from May 12 through May 22.

Timelines

May 11: Submit proposals by 5:00 pm EDT

May 12:Voting Opens

May 22: Voting Closes

Individuals whose abstracts are selected for the Open Government and Innovations Conference program will be notified by June 30, 2009.

http://my.opengovinnovations.com/events/proposed

In order to vote, you must have an account with the conference website. Having an account is not a committment to attend and is free to register. If you register for the site, you still need to register officially with the conference and pay the associated fees as listed below:


Registration

Industry Rate – $495.00

Private Sector organizations including government contractors.
Government Rate – $195.00

Government and Military employees only. Valid Government ID must be presented when you pick up your badge on-site.
Education Rate – $95.00

Available for Students only. A University or School ID must be presented when you pick up your badge on-site.

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Profile Photo Andrea Baker

BTW, I am not affiliated with this conference other than that I submitted a proposal at this time. I just wanted to post this to raise awareness, as I did not see a post already on the site promoting the voting round. One of the things I know I have experienced with past conferences is not knowing enough or being reminded enough of the deadlines. The uniqueness about this event is that the #gov20 community has a chance to vote on submissions to help shape the conference.