We’ve put up the initial list of speakers
We’re pleased to announce our initial list of speakers confirmed for Gov 2.0 Summit 2010, happening September 7-8, 2010 in Washington DC. We’ll be looking at the big opportunities in education, healthcare, finance, and more this year. Confirmed speakers Include:
Debra Bowen – Secretary of State, State of California
Karen Cator – Director of the Office of Education Technology, U.S. Department of Education
June Cohen – Executive Producer. TED.com: TED Conferences
Elizabeth Coleman – President, Bennington College
Dale Dougherty – Editor and Publisher, MAKE / O’Reilly Media
Nicholas Gruen – Chairman, Gov 2.0 Taskforce (Australia)
David Hale – Project Manager, Pillbox: National Institutes of Health
Steve Herrod – CTO and Senior VP of R&D, VMware
Steve Killelea – Chairman and Founder, Institute for Economics and Peace
Clare Lockhart – Co-founder and Director, Institute for State Effectiveness
Carl Malamud – President, Public.Resource.org
Gregory Miller – Executive Director, Open Source Digital Voting Foundation
Tim O’Reilly – Founder and CEO, O’Reilly Media
Todd Park – CTO, U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services
John Seely Brown – Co-Chairman, Deloitte Center for the Edge
Jim Shelton – Assistant Deputy Secretary, Innovation and Improvement: U.S. Department of Education
Kathy Sierra – Author: Creating Passionate Users
Bryan Sivak – CTO, Government of the District of Columbia
Jim Traficant – VP & Senior Executive Account Mgr: Healthcare Solutions, Government
Padmasree Warrior – CTO, Cisco Systems, Inc.
Harlan Yu – Co-author: Government Data and the Invisible Hand
Gov 2.0 Summit is the place to join other leaders from federal, state, and local government along with individual and corporate entrepreneurs, citizens, not-for-profits, and educators, to articulate and explore the idea of Government as a Platform. Registration is by invitation only. Reserve your seat today and request an invitation.
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